Christian Candy plans super-basement under £75 million Chelsea home - Spear's Magazine

Christian Candy plans super-basement under £75 million Chelsea home

Plans submitted to the local council last week for the development of 204-year-old Gordon House reveal a cavernous subterranean “lifestyle” space

Property developer Christian Candy wants to build an extraordinary private spa and “leisure centre” complex under a Georgian mansion in Chelsea that will be one of London’s biggest ever family home basements.

Plans submitted to the local council last week for the development of 204-year-old Gordon House reveal a cavernous subterranean “lifestyle” space that include a 20-metre swimming pool, a cold plunge pool and jacuzzi, sauna and steam room, a dance studio, three treatment rooms, a cinema room and an 18-metre two-lane bowling alley.

Mr Candy bought a long lease on the Grade II listed building from The Royal Hospital Chelsea – home to the scarlet-coated Chelsea Pensioners – for £75 million last year.

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