The Mary Poppins star and her filmmaker husband once lived in the Grade II listed property.

The breathtaking Belgravia mansion that once belonged to Julie Andrews and her filmmaker husband Blake Edwards is now on sale for a cool £24 million.

The magnificent Grade II listed property has had a multi-million makeover since the iconic Mary Poppins star resided there with husband Edwards and their children in the 1970s, and is now on the market via luxury estate agent Rokstone.

Built in 1835-36, under the auspices of the Duke of Westminster, the newly refurbished six-bedroom townhouse mansion – and linked mews property in Chester Square – is one of the most luxurious in south-west London’s Belgravia.

Covering 7,005 sq ft, the historic house boasts vast reception rooms, a private cinema, a gymnasium and a private spa to wind down in afterwards, including a jacuzzi, steam room and sauna.

Using skilled artisans who have worked at Windsor Castle and The Palace of Westminster, the grand ground floor entrance hall leads to the staircase and seven-person passenger lift.

There’s a 12-14 seat formal dining room, family kitchen and breakfast room located off the entrance hall, and the first floor features a double reception room, dual aspect with high ceilings.

The outside space is equally as impressive as the indoor room. The property has access to the private square gardens and 658 sq ft of outside entertaining space including a walk-out balcony and three large terraces.

It comes complete with a double garage with direct access into the house.

Meanwhile, some of the stunning decor highlights include ornate ceiling coving, book-matched marbles and Tom Ford inspired bathrooms. Plus, there’s underfloor heating in the winter and air conditioning throughout for the summer months.

Oh, and it’s played host to Hollywood icons including Peter Sellers, Herbert Lom and Omar Sharif.