An imitation of the Oval Office in an opulent London flat that just sold for $181 million puts another shape on telecommuting.
The well known copy space is in a loft where patriarch Joseph P. Kennedy filled in as US ambassador in the last part of the 1930s. Kennedy, the dad of President John F. Kennedy, manufactured the copy in 1938, his first year at work, media detailed.
Kennedy added the workplace at the rear of his home, however the Oval Office currently is in front — with higher roofs yet a similar neo-Georgian façade.
A unidentified purchaser intends to join the highest level cushion and two others on the story beneath to make a 15,600-square-foot space, as indicated by land designer Lodha UK, which took care of the deal in the previous US Embassy working at No. 10 Grosvenor Square.
The square, in the expensive Mayfair area, was the place where John Adams lived when he was US ambassador in 1785.