Houses for showing off art
Cheyne Row, Chelsea
This five bedroom house sits in an area of Chelsea reknowned for its association with artists such as Joseph Mallord Turner, James McNeil Whistler and John Singer Sargent. A fantastic selection of rooms with plenty of light, make it an ideal home for displaying art.
Loud & Western Building, Fulham
With this iconic building ready to be developed, you have the opportunity not only to create an ideal space for displaying art, but you can make the layout itself a work of art, like the potential interior shown here. It was also chosen to host the Verve Open 2014: Sculpture Competition.
Oldfield, Maidenhead, Berkshire
This 12 bedroom, 12 bathroom house certainly has plenty of wall space for hanging your favourite pieces. 135 ft of river frontage dotted with windows also means you won't be lacking in light, hence why it once served as the Reitlinger Fine Art Museum.
Yaldham Manor, Kemsing, Sevenoaks
If the old masters appeal more to you than their contemporary counterparts this historic manor house would be the perfect setting. Featuring a great hall of 12,000 sq ft, where it is said Henry VIII once danced with Anne Boleyn, this is a home worthy of fantastic art.
Savills is proud to be the exclusive property sponsor the of Masterpiece London for the third consecutive year. Masterpiece is the highlight of London's summer art season, offering pieces from over 150 leading galleries worldwide.
Held on the South Grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea between 26 June and 2 July, Masterpiece gives visitors the opportunity to view stunning art and artefacts from multiple categories and eras.
Come and talk to our staff at the Savills stand, where we will be presenting some of the finest available properties for displaying art in London, throughout the UK and around the world.
This year we have also undertaken some bespoke research comparing the investment potential of art, property and other assets. Find out how each performs in our Spotlight on Property and Art.