Mozart’s London townhouse has been listed for £7.5 million – take a look inside

21 October 2019, 15:42 | Updated: 21 October 2019, 15:51

The Grade I Listed Belgravia town house was built in 1730
The Grade I Listed Belgravia town house was built in 1730. Picture: Savills

The house where Mozart composed his first symphony in 1764 boasts five bedrooms, an enormous garden and a guest house.

The Georgian house which once served as Mozart’s summer residence has been listed for £7.5 million.

Built in c.1730 and situated on Mozart Terrace (also known as Ebury Street), the four-storey Belgravia townhouse is close to the affluent areas of Sloane Square and Victoria.

Living room
Living room. Picture: Savills
Study
Study. Picture: Savills

Mozart spent the summer of 1764 in the property with his father and family. During this time he composed his first symphony, No. 1 in E flat major, at just eight years old.

According to Tom Lamb, the Savills agent handling the sale, the 3,871-square-foot house has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and four reception rooms. It also includes an outside home-office building and a two-bedroom guest house.

View the floor plan on the Savills website >

The house, now a Grade I listed building because of its former musical owner, also has a rare find in London: a 33 metre-long garden.

Bedroom
Bedroom. Picture: Savills
Kitchen
Kitchen. Picture: Savills

Speaking to Mansion Global, Tom Lamb said: “The previous owner, who lived in the house for 50 years, did all the renovations and added the two buildings.

“While the original building had a charm of its own, the renovations transformed the old-fashioned residence, adapting it for modern living by creating open-living spaces and adding a generous kitchen.”

On 19 June, the current owner bought the property for £7.1 million. Savills would not disclose her reason for selling so soon after the purchase.

Living area
Living area. Picture: Savills