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George Michael’s home sale!

George MichaelGeorge Michael puts his £8.25m home up for sale!

George Michael has reportedly just put his £8.25 million home up for the sale. The “Faith” singer’s property, which is located on Gilston Road in South Kensington, was also previously owned by radio presenter and TV host Chris Evans. However, Evans, who bought the house last year for £6.7 million, never even moved in and months later sold it onto George for £7.25 million.

This 6 bedroomed Victorian house boasts its own tower and in terms of pounds per square foot is one of Britain’s most expensive houses. It also benefits from a walled garden, meaning privacy is one of its most attractive traits.

The 4,250 sq. ft. residence is located on one of South Kensington’s most prestigious streets nicknamed Goldman Sachs Alley, after the Investment Bank. This quiet west London setting, with its white stucco houses, is already home to celebrities such as David Bowie, comedian Rowan Atkinson and fashion designer Tom Ford. If George Michael achieves his desired price-tag, then it will fetch a record-breaking price, making him a profit of 1 million pounds. This property clearly has something special, as it became one of the first houses in London to fetch a seven figure sum in the late 80’s, after it was sold by an elderly lady who owned a dozen cats!

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