The former home of Napoleon III, which once entertained Charles Dickins and Benjamin Disraeli, has gone on sale for £4.5million.
The incredible property is on the market for the first time in 20 years.
The apartment has 1,947 of space and is on the market for £4.5m.
It was owned by Napoleon III who was the heir and nephew of Napoleon I - the first president of France and Emperor.
Peter Wetherell, founder and chairman of agents Wetherell, said: “We are delighted to bring this beautiful and elegant former royal residence at 1C King Street, once the Londonhome of French Emperor Napoleon III, to the market for the first time in 20 years.
“This Blue Plaque home provides the perfect London base for someone like Napoleon III, who wants to be located in the heart of London with easy access to the luxury shops and fine restaurants of Piccadilly, Jermyn Street and adjacent Mayfair.”
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