Will David and Samantha Cameron move back into a £17million west London townhouse next to Beckham?
David Cameron has made a surprise return to government as the new one United Kingdom Foreign Secretary After the major cabinet reshuffle carried out by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
It has been seven years since the former Prime Minister resigned from his position, moving from 10 Downing Street to Townhouse in Holland Park worth £17 million With his wife Samantha and their three children Nancy, 19, Arthur, 17, and Florence, 14.
The Cameron family’s seven-bedroom home can be found in one of London’s most expensive postcodes, nicknamed ‘Millionaire’s Row’. The likes of David and Victoria Beckham, Elton John, Ed Sheeran and Led Zeppelin are known to own properties in this star-studded enclave, which features tree-lined streets and multi-storey homes tucked behind wrought-iron gates.
According to the Evening standardThe Cameron family moved into this luxury London property after it was purchased in 2014 16.5 million pounds sterlingBy their friends, PR tycoon Sir Alan Parker and his wife Lady Jane Hermione Parker.
The stunning three-storey, six-bathroom, three-reception-room building served as a ‘stop home’ immediately after David’s resignation as Prime Minister, where it is believed the family stayed until David and Samantha’s children could finish the school year.
Much like Beckham, The family also owns a second property in the Cotswolds; A ‘family nest’ so charming the former Prime Minister is said to have written an autobiography of his time at 10 Downing Street, per Beautiful house.
The couple bought the house for £650,000 in 2001 when David became Member of Parliament for Witney, Oxfordshire. It is now said to be worth around £1.5 million.
An idyllic stone-clad cottage covered in rolling roses is set in the enchanting Cotswolds countryside near Chipping Norton, moments from the popular member’s club Soho Farmhouse.
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Mrs Cameron said Beautiful house: “To be honest, the house is falling apart a little. The windows are rotting, the roof needs replacing, but it’s beautiful and it’s the place we brought all our kids home from the hospital. It’s our family nest.”
It is not yet known whether David will once again uproot his family’s life in favor of his next political chapter, or whether he will move to the capital from his modest home in the countryside.