Hampstead Garden Suburb mega-mansion on the market for £65million

Heath Hall in The Bishops Avenue in Hampstead Garden Suburb (pic: Knight Frank)

The swimming pool (pic: Knight Frank)

One of the 15 bedrooms (pic: Knight Frank)

The hallway (pic: Knight Frank)

Dining room (pic: Knight Frank)

Cinema (pic: Knight Frank)

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With 15 bedrooms, a swimming pool and cinema, some of us could only dream of living in a home like this.

But the 27,000sq ft imposing mansion in The Bishops Avenue, Hampstead Garden Suburb, is on the market for £65million.

Known as Heath Hall, the house was built in 1910 as the London residence for William Lyle of the Tate & Lyle family and is set in 2.5acres of land.

It has recently been extended and refurbished and boasts bathrooms for all 15 bedrooms, a tennis court and six reception rooms.

And to top it off, there is a master bath carved out of a solid block of Milas Lilac marble, a cinema room with cream suede seats, a high definition screen and 7.1 surround sound, as well as storage for 647 wine bottles.

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