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Standard: In and Out Club to become Britain’s most expensive home

The building that housed one of London’s most exclusive gentlemen’s clubs for more than 100 years is set to become Britain’s most expensive home

The building that housed one of London’s most exclusive gentlemen’s clubs for more than 100 years is set to become Britain’s most expensive home.
  
Billionaire property tycoon brothers David and Simon Reuben plan to transform the former In and Out Club on Piccadilly into a palatial 48-room residence.
  
They bought the run-down grade I listed site, opposite Green Park, last year and have now submitted plans to Westminster City Council.
 
Designed by architect Paul Davis + Partners, it would boast an underground swimming pool, gym and 35,000-bottle wine cellar.
 
Experts are predicting it could fetch £214million, £74million more than Russian billionaire Andrey Borodin paid for Park Place near Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire – currently Britain’s most expensive pad.
  
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