Wealthy foreign buyers have cut nearly 400 million pounds into a number of landmarks in central London in recent weeks, which contradicts warnings of a slowdown in the capital's super-prime market.

The Sunday Telegraph A Chinese shopper spent £ 105 million on the Penthouse apartment and another apartment on One Grosvenor Square in Mayfair, historically the US Embassy and more recently the seat of the Canadian High Commission.

The Ambassador's House, another property in the same complex, was also sold for around £ 50m.

A third super rich buyer is said to have submitted a £ 100 million offer to the Hyde Park Corner Peninsula Penthouse, overlooking the Queen's Buckingham Palace …



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