World’s most expensive garage sells for £24m in London
The former Bentley racing car garage is now a converted mews house in the middle of Mayfair and cost its new owner 130 times more than the average UK property.
The Reeves Mews house was originally built in the 1920s to store cars raced by the legendary Bentley Boys at Le Mans. But since then, everything apart from the original facade has been replaced.
The 6,200 sq ft property, which is set over four floors, now has six bedrooms, including a master with two bathrooms and two dressing rooms. There are also staff quarters, a wine cellar, a cinema, a lift, a gym and a rooftop garden.