This is the jaw-dropping transformation of a pub converted into a luxury £17 MILLION mansion with an indoor swimming pool and sauna.

Thought to be London’s most expensive pub conversion ever, the Lonsdale watering hole in Notting Hill is unrecognisable after its conversion into a family home.

Along with the 15-metre pool and cinema, the luxurious home also boasts a sauna, gymnasium and a separate staff or guest entrance, with a passenger lift to all floors.

Covering a sprawling 6,225 square foot, the mega mansion on Lonsdale Road, also features a spectacular four-storey high curved staircase topped by a bespoke chandelier.

The boutique mansion also boasts its own garage and 1,249 square foot of outside space in the form of a large south-facing garden and two private terraces.

The transformation, all tucked away behind the pub facade, is the work of residential developer Fenton Wheelan and took more than two years to complete.

Other luxurious features of the Lonsdale pub, which was once a favoured haunt of Hugh Cecil Lowther, the 5th Earl of Lonsdale, include parquet flooring and marble slab worktops.

James Van Den Heule, co-Founding Director at Fenton Whelan said: "This spacious family house at 48 Lonsdale Road introduces a Mayfair quality property into the Notting Hill marketplace, behind the understated facade is a beautiful boutique-mansion with hotel-like leisure amenities and health spa.

"It is perfect for a successful family looking for a turn-key luxury home they can move into immediately and use as their London base."

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