Home is where the art is: Goldilocks house is just right for an enterprising type

Lord Mitchell’s Hampstead home, once the private residence of Victoria & Albert Museum founder Sir Henry Cole, is for sale for £6.95 million.
Elm Row in Hampstead, once the private residence of Victoria & Albert Museum founder Sir Henry Cole, has been home to Lord Mitchell, Labour’s business adviser, for 26 years.
 
He and his film-maker wife Hannah moved in just before their twin sons were born, and he describes it as a “Goldilocks house, not too big or too small, just right”.
 
The five-bedroom mansion, with magnificent views of central London landmarks, a south-facing garden and a beautiful drawing room, is on the market at £6.95 million with Aston Chase and Knight Frank.
 
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