Most people selling a property try to make it seem welcoming by brewing coffee and - at a stretch – baking bread. But in a world gone mad for property and art, the stakes have been raised. How about a house that's been 'staged' (as they say Stateside) with a built-in art collection, including an eclectic array of work from Picasso to Grayson Perry, Rodin to Richter, Manet to, predictably, Murakami, the artist who famously emblazoned his designs on Louis Vuitton bags.
Yes, the £29m budget is a bit steep, but it needn't put you of from booking a tour to see this renovated mansion in Cornwall Terrace that has been curated by Victoria Golemblovskaya and artist Wolfe Von Lenkiewicz, with the participation of the Saatchi Collection and Channel 4.
Exhibition open until 20 October, 11am – 6pm, by appointment only
Boswall House Map here
2 Cornwall Terrace
London NW1 4QP
More Frieze week highlights