London Home Built by Ancestor of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Lists for £10 Million
Thomas Cubitt, the Duchess' great grandfather on her mother's side, helped establish Bloomsbury, Belgravia, and Pimlico in the early 19th century.
According to listing firms Jackson-Stops and Radstock Property, Warwick Lodge was the family's Pimlico escape.
Warwick Lodge was one of three mansions erected for the Cubitt family in Warwick Square in 1851.
The location is more rural than urban London.
The home has the biggest walled garden in the area, spanning 70 by 60 feet with a dining terrace, he said.
It's excellent for a family that wants to entertain, work from home, and enjoy the garden.
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