Sting's Former London Home Is For Sale — and Queen Elizabeth Is One of the Neighbors!

Jamie McCarthy / Getty Sting and daughter Mickey Sumner
You can stand very close to Sting - when you have a cool $ 17 million to spare.
The former 17-time Grammy-winning home in central London is on the market and has seven floors, two rooftop terraces, an elevator, a large drawing room and landscaped private gardens.
Built in 1775, the 5,901-square-foot Georgian townhouse also overlooks historic St. James's Park, meaning the new owner of the house will be neighbors to Queen Elizabeth and Buckingham Palace.
The house, which Sting and his wife Trudie Styler rented for around two years, also has a separate study, two reading areas, four guest rooms, a large modern kitchen, and many carefully preserved historical features, from marble fireplaces to intricate plastering.
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Tony Murray Photography
"It's a beautiful Georgian townhouse with elegant living space and great acoustics," says Gary Hersham of real estate agent Beauchamp Estates. "It's the perfect home for any music mogul or performer looking for exceptional entertainment space."
68-year-old Sting lived in the historic home while renovating his permanent family home in nearby Westminster.
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Tony Murray Photography
Tony Murray Photography
The place is about as far from Sting's hometown of Wallsend in the north east of England as you can imagine.
The "Roxanne" singer recently wrote about his early life in the Broadway musical "The Last Ship," which describes the demise of a proud shipbuilding town and the local union's struggle to deal with the consequences.
Ryan Miller / WireImage Sneak Peek Event for Sting in "The Last Ship" at the Center Theater Group
In June, Sting also surprised members of the Battersea Power Station Community Choir in London by organizing an exclusive performance of "Hymn" from the musical with professional singers and professional members of the show's cast.
"Battersea was the first place I lived when I moved to London in the 1970s," he told the Community Choir about his reasons for attending their weekly online meeting. "Well, I've come full circle now that I'm back in Battersea."
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Sting and Styler also own an impressive 16th century villa outside of Florence, Italy. "I fell in love with the view," says Sting of the Italian property. "It overlooks some of the most lush Chiantishire hills."
They spent a decade painstakingly renovating the house known as Il Palagio, which now covers a whopping 865 acres and features 6 guest houses, 5 lakes, and a forest of 8,000 trees.
The couple listed their New York City penthouse overlooking Central Park in 2017, asking for $ 56 million. The New York Post reported at the time that they were moving to a new location on the street.

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