Chapel Street, Belgravia
No. 24 was home to Brian Epstein, the manager of the Beatles, who moved there in January 1965 from a flat in nearby Whaddon House. The house hosted numerous parties, including the Sgt Pepper album release party. He died there on 27 August 1967 of an accidental barbiturate and alcohol overdose.
Michael Heseltine lived at no 30 for many years, formerly home to Nina Campbell. It was from the steps of this house that Heseltine announced that he would challenge Margaret Thatcher for the leadership of the Conservative Party. In 2013, he sold the house for £11.5 million, and it is now owned by an offshore company in the British Virgin Islands, Terrace Development Agency.
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