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Rock star real estate: Seven-storey London mansion once home to Sting and his wife Trudie Styler goes on sale

PHOTO: The Old Queen Street townhouse was originally constructed in 1775

An impressive seven-storey mansion once home to Sting and his wife Trudie Styler has hit the market for nearly £13million – and comes complete with two roof terraces, a lift and stunning views over St James’s Park.

Located moments from Parliament Square, on Old Queen Street in Westminster, London, the grade II listed Georgian mansion was rented by the British A-lister couple for two and a half years whilst renovating their property on nearby Queen Anne’s Gate, according to the current owners.

Originally constructed in 1775, the townhouse is arranged over seven spacious floors, boasting a landscaped rear garden, a terrace overlooking St James’s park and roof terrace with far-reaching views across Whitehall and the London Eye.

It’s on sale with Beauchamp Estates for £12,950,000 and offers five bedrooms, six bathrooms, as well as a grand drawing room, contemporary kitchen and a formal dining space.