But while the average price of an apartment sold at the Belgravia address is more than £7 million this year, this pad is expected to sell for less than half the average home in England.
This is because it is a leasehold apartment and the lease only has 13 months remaining on it.
Eaton Square in Victoria, Central London
The area has been home to billionaires, politicians and celebrities
Spacious green space in Eaton Square, London
A seating area and lovely fireplace in an apartment in Eaton square
The apartment has exclusive communal gardens
Blue plaque of Lord Robert Boothby outside 1 Eaton Square in Victoria, Central London
So whoever buys the flat will have to either permanently leave at the end of June 2018 or pay the freeholder, the Duke of Westminster, £900,000 to extend it for another 20 years.
But despite the lease extension cost, it is still thought a buyer could make a tidy profit when they go to sell.
The apartment, which has a lift, porter service, exclusive communal gardens with a tennis court, will be sold by Auction House London on June 2.
The outside of the apartment in London
The block of apartments in Eaton Square
A spacious hallway and carpeted stairs
The flat will be sold by Auction House London
The apartment has two bathrooms
It is in one of the capital's most desirable locations
The flat has two bedrooms
The London apartment's kitchen area
Andrew Binstock, auctioneer, said: "Eaton Square is one of the most desirable addresses in London. It is a stunning location and this is an unbelievable opportunity.
"Where else can you pick up a home for around £100,000 which is in one of London's finest locations?
"With the lease extension and costs, you'll be in for £1 million, so you'll need to have the money. But when it's done up it should be worth around £1.5 million so the margins are good."