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You can see...and hear, wonderful things from this stunning London apartment, but you'll need pockets as deep as Tutankhamun to afford them.<br />
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Egyptian adventurer Howard Carter used to live in this stunning mansion block right next door to the Royal Alberrt Hall - but even he might struggle to come up with the £9.75 million asking price.<br />
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Carter moved in to the building when he returned from Egypt after discovering the tomb of Tutankhamun, hailed as the archaeological triumph of the 20th century.<br />
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Albert Court built in 1890 was one of London's first purpose-built mansion blocks and its prime location in the heart of Kensington means it should strike the right note for buyers looking for a perfect pad in the capital.