Former London Tube Station Sold For £53m – Sky News

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Sky News
A former London Underground station used as a World War Two command centre has been sold to a mystery buyer for £53m. The Brompton Road property, close to department store Harrods, was owned by the Ministry of Defence, which put it onto the market
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