James Bond’s Fort Knox in City of London sold for £40m

The 291,573 sq ft property has permission for 181 bedrooms, bars, restaurants, health clubs, private members’ club and roof garden, protecting the Portland stone façade and interior features including Lutyens’ banking hall which is decorated with marble Corinthian columns.
 
Stephen Clifton, Head of City Investment at Knight Frank, said: "This sale demonstrates the continued strength and depth of international investor interest in prime Central London properties, particularly with mixed use potential, having carried out 75 inspections and received numerous offers."

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