A property within the historic Royal Victoria Patriotic Building, a former asylum for girls orphaned during the Crimean War and an MI6 interrogation centre during World War II will today be unveiled on our Virtual Open House on Facebook.
The £2,950,000 property, Flat 24, is the largest within the allegedly haunted Grade II listed building on Wandsworth Common and was previously owned by a member of Duran Duran in 1981; the same year they released their eponymous debut album and their single 'Girls on Film' reached number five in the UK charts.
The four bedroom apartment is being sold by SellMyHome.co.uk and we are inviting prospective buyers to view this historic property via a 360 HD Virtual Open house at 2:30pm on Wednesday 15th July.
An open house is traditionally an opportunity to publicly open the doors to a property in demand in order to drive up the asking price, but these archaic measures used by traditional estate agents are both an inconvenience to the current owners and often a sweaty melee for would-be-buyers.
The Virtual Walkthrough innovation provides a platform for buyers and sellers to showcase a property, illustrating the nuances and intricacies of a home to a much wider and easily assessable audience, and all in sparkling HD.
To view further details about this unique property, click here. To read a more detailed history about the Royal Victoria Patriotic Building and also comments from the current owner of Flat 24, click here.