Asked By: Carter Coleman Date: created: Jul 05 2023

Where do most Arsenal fans live in London

Answered By: Elijah Wilson Date: created: Jul 07 2023

Demographics – Arsenal’s performance in home matches have resulted in them having the second-highest average League attendance for an English club during the 2007–08 season, (60,069, which was 99.5% of available capacity), and as of 2006, the fourth-highest all-time average attendance.

Arsenal have the highest proportion (7.7%) of non-white attending supporters of any club in English football, according to a 2002 report. There are supporters’ clubs worldwide. A 2005 report by Granada Ventures, which at the time owned a 9.9% stake in the club, estimated Arsenal’s global fanbase at 27 million, the third-largest in the world.

The club’s north London location, adjoining socially wealthy areas such as Canonbury and Barnsbury, mixed areas such as Islington, Holloway, Highbury, and the adjacent London Borough of Camden, and largely working-class areas such as Finsbury Park and Stoke Newington, as well as neighbouring Homerton, Clapton and Dalston, has meant that Arsenal’s supporters have typically come from across the usual class divides.

What famous people live in Totteridge?

1. Barnet T here’s a sticker on the ‘Welcome to Barnet’ sign just outside the town of Chipping Barnet. It’s from the Urban Alliance and states: ‘The Countryside Alliance: the killer minority.’ The UA knows that Barnet thinks it is genuinely rural. Chipping Barnet borders the north, Hampstead Garden Suburb the east, Cricklewood and Golders Green the south and Edgware the west.

  • It includes The Bishops Avenue, N2, the mansion-strewn street famous as the original Millionaires’ Row.
  • There’s also Finchley, Hendon and Mill Hill.
  • So Barnet’s big.
  • Totteridge is the jewel in Barnet’s crown.
  • The ‘village’ boasts the most millionaires in London (an impressive 631) attracted by its Green Belt views and duck pond.

Indeed, Barnet as a whole has the highest proportion of self-employed people in London. The league-topping Queen Elizabeth’s School churns out millionaires in the making, such as 20-year-old Andrew Culverhouse whose company, Time2talk, has a turnover of nearly £1 million.

Barnet just had to be number one. NUMBER OF MILLIONAIRES 6,872. WEALTHIEST POCKETS Mill Hill, NW7, with its pastures and cows; Hampstead Garden Suburb, N20, with its good schools; Kingsgate Avenue in Finchley, N4; Thornton Way in Golders Green, NW11. As many of The Bishops Avenue mansions fall into a state of disrepair (constraints on planning permission, etc), the area has lost some of its cachet.

Totteridge now houses the borough’s truly wealthy. The best addresses here are on Totteridge Lane, Totteridge Common and Totteridge Village. This is strictly ‘price-available-on-application’ territory. WHO LIVES THERE? Families – there are good schools throughout the borough – who want space on the edge of the Green Belt.

  1. A million or so here can mean a garden with lakes, paddocks and palm trees, as well as accommodation for the staff.
  2. Bruce Forsyth, Des O’Connor, David Ginola and Lord Levy (Tony Blair’s multimillionaire tennis partner) all live in Totteridge.
  3. Jonathan Ross and Helena Bonham Carter prefer Hampstead Garden Suburb.

PROS Unlike its sister, Hadley Wood in Enfield, Totteridge has tons of community spirit. Totteridge Residents’ Association is very powerful with around 2,000 members. Indeed, ‘villagey’ activities are prevalent throughout the borough with f?tes, sports days, vegetable competitions and the like.

CONS Never call Totteridge nouveau. Residents are swift to point out that the village was mentioned in the Domesday Book. But would the authors recognise it now, with its stone lions and kidney-shaped swimming pools? THE RICH SHOP AT Robinsons Delicatessen, 182 High Street, Barnet (020 8449 0828). The oldest shop in Barnet – established in 1913 – stocks dinner-party essentials such as home-cooked ham and traditional farmhouse Cheddar.

AND PLAY AT The Orange Tree, 7 Totteridge Village, N20 (020 8343 6961). The famous Totteridge mock-Tudor pub where locals can pretend to be country squires. Average cost of a four-bed house £500,000 in Totteridge. The rest of the borough averages out at £350,000.

Asked By: Ryan Perry Date: created: Feb 25 2023

Which footballers live in Highgate

Answered By: Cole Sanders Date: created: Feb 25 2023

The leafy north London village attracting Premier League footballers BREAKING T he north London village of Highgate makes the perfect location for Premier League footballers, as it is only a short limo ride from the Emirates Stadium in Holloway. £38 million American reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian spent a week-long getaway at a in Nantucket, Massachusetts.

The compound includes a main house with four bedrooms, a cinema and an entertainment room, plus a two-bedroom guest cottage. (Scroll right.) Image: Rex £64.4 million Cher’s former Beverly Hills home has been transformed by the current owners into a 16-acre equestrian estate, and it’s now for sale for £64.4 million.

Hidden from public view by mature landscaping, the 20,000sq ft main residence has 11 bedrooms, wood-burning fireplaces and beamed ceilings. Outside there is a pool, spa and kitchen, plus a detached 7,000sq ft five-bedroom guesthouse. (Scroll right.) Image: Rex £6.95 million Matthew Perry rented the penthouse while performing in his hit West End play ‘The End Of Longing’.

  • £4.5 million
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Lisa Marie Presley is selling her 15th-century manor house with three swimming pools south of Rotherfield village in East Sussex. Located within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Grade II-listed property, right, named Coes Hall, also includes 11 bedrooms.

  1. £10 million
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  3. Savills

Once the Thirties home of the eminent Italian doctor Sir Aldo Castellani, who skipped England in a rush after it was revealed the dictator Benito Mussolini was his patient, the last privately owned and occupied house in Harley Street is for sale. The grand central London property has been in aristocratic hands for more than 100 years.

  • £1.5 million
  • Image: Marc Piasecki/John D Wood
  • Marc Piasecki

A Grade II-listed apartment which had a starring role in the hit 2003 movie Love Actually has just come on to the market. The two-bedroom garden flat was the home of writer Jamie Bennett, portrayed in the film by Colin Firth, right. Jamie lived there with his girlfriend — until he found out she was having an affair with his brother.

The property is in Chiswick and was originally built for the English watercolour painter and lithographer Joseph Nash, who was apprenticed to the architectural draughtsman and artist Augustus Charles Pugin in 1827. The layout is still centred around the original artist’s studio which is used as a big open-plan dining room with a wonderful large window and high ceilings.

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  1. £45 million
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Demi Moore has taken a staggering £12.2 million off the asking price for her New York City penthouse atop the glamorous San Remo building, below. The 7,000sq ft triplex was originally listed last year for £57.2 million. However, in a bid to sell quickly, the actress, above, has slashed the price of the six-bedroom home she bought 25 years ago with then-husband Bruce Willis from Saturday Night Fever producer, Robert Stigwood.

The flat has its own lift entrance and the spacious roof terrace has one of the best views in the city. Hollywood’s A-list favours the block, where neighbours include Diane Keaton, Dustin Hoffman and Steven Spielberg. (Scroll right.) £10,000 Power couple George and Amal Clooney have splashed out on a £10,000 small boat for their Oxfordshire estate.

The pair are said to be spending £20 million renovating their Thameside Sonning home which they bought for a rumoured £7.5 million two years ago. (Scroll right.) Getty £5.3 million Elstree Lodge in Hertfordshire has been used as a filming location by the likes of Reggie Yates, Fearne Cotton and Joanna Lumley.

Now the five-bedroom family home is on the market for £1.35 million with Lumley Estates. The loud interiors won’t be to every buyer’s taste but that is easily fixed. (Scroll right.) £2 million The celebrated actor and director used the property in the picturesque Provençal village of Châteauneuf-Grasse as his,

Set in approximately four acres of gently sloped grounds, it offers uninterrupted countryside views all the way to the Mediterranean. Perfect for summer escapes, the grounds include a swimming pool, a covered patio and hundreds of century-old olive trees.

Lord Attenborough, who acquired the plot in the 1980s, revamped the main house to include four bedrooms, three bedrooms and an open-plan living room.(Scroll right.) £819,000 In Bendinat on the island of Mallorca, Mansell’s former retreat is part of a private community of 14 luxury villas with communal gardens and a swimming pool.

There are four double bedrooms and the large terrace has a brick-built BBQ and a wood-burning pizza oven for al fresco dining. It would be ideal for keen golfers as the Real Golf de Bendinat club is just a few minutes away by foot. (Scroll right.) £499,950 A Victorian building in the middle of Eton High Street, once the medical wing of Eton College, is now seven apartments.

With alumni including English actor Tom Hiddleston — seen right with his girlfriend, American singer Taylor Swift — to Princes William and Harry, Eton has long been synonymous with wealth and privilege. The new are designed with this in mind, appealing to those with a taste for the finer things in life.

At £499,950 the homes will also benefit from Crossrail completion in 2019, with trains to the City, Canary Wharf and the West End running from nearby Taplow station. (Scroll right.) Rex £5.3 million Supermodel Kendall Jenner has bought a five-bedroom home in the Hollywood Hills from British actress Emily Blunt and her American actor husband, John Krasinski.

The 20-year-old sister of the Kardashians spent £5.3 million on the 4,800sq ft house in Sunset Strip. Social butterfly Kendall loves the white walls, exposed brick and the fabulous outdoor pool area with a cosy fireplace and barbecue. (Scroll right.) Getty £5.95 million Brexit isn’t bringing down prices on the Hyde Park Estate in W2.

A home in Connaught Square, has just exchanged at the asking price of £5.95 million, a record for the square in terms of pounds per square foot. Richard Branson started Student magazine, his first business, in the basement of the 3,671sq ft property in 1968.

  • The five-bedroom Grade II-listed house with a pretty terrace has a location to die for — with Hyde Park and Oxford Street just around the corner.
  • New residents should brace themselves for the paparazzi, as the Blairs are among near neighbours.
  • Scroll right.) Getty £4.4 million Gordon Ramsay has won planning permission to demolish his £4.4 million home and, despite ongoing protests from locals who claim his scheme will ruin the picturesque coastline, the council has ruled in favour of the celebrity chef.
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He will be able to build two properties in place of the original. One will sit at the bottom of the garden, very close to the sea. He also has his sights set on a lower ground-floor swimming pool. (Scroll right.) Rex/ SWNS £11.5 million Hollywood couple Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor have splashed out on a swish New York apartment.

Overlooking the Hudson River in Manhattan, the apartment block has an on-site fitness club and private green space. (Scroll right.) Getty £329,000 Dragon’s Den star Duncan Bannatyne has put his picturesque lodge, overlooking Lake Windemere, up for sale. The wooden three-bedroom retreat is in the heart of the Lake District.

(Scroll right.) Image: Rex £3.45 million A north London home that formed the backdrop for an iconic Beatle photoshoot has hit the market. St James’s Villa boasts three bedrooms and a terrace overlooking trees. (Scroll right.) £8.3 million Robbie Williams is leaving LA and returning to live in Britain as soon as work is complete on his home in west London.

  • Williams, who bought the £17.5 million home, from Michael Winner’s estate is selling his Beverly Hills mansion, above, for £8.3 million.
  • It has seven bedrooms, and a recording studio off the master suite (Scroll right.) Image: Film Magic £1 million The Fisheries in Hertfordshire is a go-to property for TV dramas.

The Grade II-listed Regency house, above, has been a location for Waking the Dead, Midsomer Murders and Holby City, as well as Jonathan Creek, starring Alan Davies and Sarah Alexander, pictured.Built in the 1820s as the fishing lodge for the Chorleywood House Estate has been occupied by the same family for over 75 years.

Image: Richard Barlow £8.2 million Here is a fragrant French opportunity. Estée Lauder’s former holiday home in Cannes is on the market.The late US cosmetics queen and her husband bought six-bedroom Villa Roche Cline, above, in 1963 and used it as a holiday home for the rest of their lives.The house passed to the two Lauder sons, but it was sold and refurbished keeping her signature mint green colour scheme.

The grounds boast a cinema and a pool. Maybe Estée Lauder brand ambassador, the US model Kendall Jenner, inset, would love this glamorous retreat. (Scroll right.) Image: Pascal Pronnier/Reuters £18,190 a month The New York penthouse Britney Spears once called home is available to rent.

The singer bought the 4,400sq ft flat in the Silk Building, pictured, in 2002 for £2.27 million, going on to sell it at a £758,000 profit. The current owner put it back on the market earlier this year but has failed to find a buyer — so he has gone down the rental path instead. The plush three-bedroom, four-bathroom home has a sprawling outdoor space with views of downtown Manhattan.

(Scroll right.) Image: Wire Image £2.65 million Rowan Atkinson has put his Oxfordshire home, The Old Rectory, up for sale for £250,000 less than when he first listed it a year ago. Originally dating from 1777, the grade II-listed, has had a contemporary extension, linking the original Georgian village house to a stunning swimming pool complex and gym.

  1. Image: Getty £1,995,000 Sex pistols frontman Johnny Rotten threw wild parties at his Chelsea home at the height of the band’s fame in the late Seventies.
  2. The punk rocker used to visit Sex, Vivienne Westwood’s boutique around the corner in King’s Road.
  3. The refurbished still has the original 400sq ft roof terrace where 50 could party.

Image: Getty £4,500 a month Undergraduates seeking a pad with provenance in the city need look no further than the former of Burma’s revolutionary leader Aung San Suu Kyi, which is available to rent. The study, where the Nobel Peace Prize laureate must have spent many hours planning her return to Burma to bravely lead her people to democracy, has a balcony overlooking the gardens.

Image: Getty £11.5 million Noel Gallagher is struggling to find a buyer for his five-bedroom house. The decor is surprisingly safe, but there’s a conservatory, a private terrace and Juliet balconies. The High Flying Birds frontman bought the semi-detached house next to Regent’s Canal for £8m in 2010. Despite being keen to sell, the former Oasis star, is not under pressure to drop the asking price.

He has already moved to another home in north-west London. Image: Rex £3,931,000 Brad Pitt fell in love with the Balearics after filming on the Spanish islands for his new Second World War drama, Allied. So enchanted was the Hollywood star that he and actress wife Angelina Jolie’s latest home is reportedly a £2.65m villa in the ancient Majorcan town of Andratx.

You could be a near neighbour if you buy this villa, with equally lovely Mediterranean views. Dare we say it, but this property seems even more luxurious than Brangelina’s place. It’s for sale with Mallorca Sotheby’s International Realty. Image: Rex £2.25 million A beautiful village home renovated by Melinda Messenger is for sale.

The Old Rectory, in Lydiard Millicent near Swindon, was built in 1855 by the Rev Christopher Cleobury. Messenger, of TV’s Loose Women and This Morning, sold it in 2005, and the next owners lavished even more cash on the Grade II-listed house. It has six bedrooms and the master suite has lovely views over the gardens, the paddock and the Marlborough Downs.

Image: Rex £7,097 a night Brazilian football player Neymar Jr is living the high life in a Beverly Hills mega mansion. The superstar, who plays for Barcelona, has been posting pictures of his stay at the palatial 22,000sq ft property, above, to his 50m Instagram followers. The seven-bedroom house has a cinema and a wine cellar and comes with maid, butler and chauffeur.

For those keen to follow in the 24-year-old striker’s footsteps, the estate is available to rent on Airbnb. Image: Cameron Carothers/Getty As the club attracts more star players, Highgate’s glamorous homes are increasingly being sold to footballers and their wives.

Former Arsenal winger and model Freddie Ljungberg — who is thought to be returning to the club as the Under-15s coach — and his wife, Natalie Foster are said to be looking in the area. They could well be interested in in Bishopswood Road, the latest home on the market. The Victorian mansion has been restored by luxury developer Atelier, retaining its red-brick façade.

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Is Barnet a nice area to live?

Living in Barnet | London Area Guide 2023 Barnet is a haven for homeowners seeking the best of the buzz of city culture while maintaining the tranquillity of green open spaces and near-countryside living. It is no wonder that Barnet is the most populous London borough.

Is Barnet classed as London?

Barnet is an outer London Borough adjacent to the London Boroughs of Enfield, Haringey, Camden, Brent and Harrow. To the north, it borders Hertsmere District in Hertfordshire.

Asked By: Eric Scott Date: created: Dec 17 2022

Who has a bigger fan base Chelsea or Arsenal

Answered By: Jesus Roberts Date: created: Dec 20 2022

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# Football Team Number of Fans
02 Chelsea 54,000,000
03 Manchester City 47,000,000
04 Liverpool 45,000,000
05 Arsenal 41,000,000

Which areas of London are Chelsea fans from?

Ownership and finances – Todd Boehly, chairman and one of the co-owners of Chelsea. Chelsea Football Club was founded by Gus Mears in 1905. After his death in 1912, his descendants continued to own the club until 1982, when Ken Bates bought the club from Mears’ great-nephew Brian Mears for £1.

  1. Bates bought a controlling stake in the club and floated Chelsea on the AIM stock exchange in March 1996.
  2. In the mid-1990s Chelsea fan and businessman Matthew Harding became a director and loaned the club £26 million to build the new North Stand and invest in new players.
  3. In July 2003, Roman Abramovich purchased just over 50% of Chelsea Village plc’s share capital, including Bates’ 29.5% stake, for £30 million and over the following weeks bought out most of the remaining 12,000 shareholders at 35 pence per share, completing a £140 million takeover.

Other shareholders at the time of the takeover included the Matthew Harding estate (21%), BSkyB (9.9%) and various anonymous offshore trusts. At the time of the Abramovich takeover, the club also had debts of around £100 million, which included a 10-year £75 million Eurobond taken out in 1997 by the Bates regime to buy the freehold of Stamford Bridge and finance the redevelopment of the stadium.

The 9% interest on the loan cost the club around £7 million a year and according to Bruce Buck, Chelsea were struggling to pay an instalment due in July 2003. Abramovich paid off some of that debt immediately, but the outstanding £36 million on the Eurobond was not fully repaid until 2008. Since then, the club had no external debt.

Abramovich changed the ownership name to Chelsea FC plc, whose ultimate parent company was Fordstam Limited, which was controlled by him. Chelsea were additionally funded by Abramovich via interest free soft loans channelled through his holding company Fordstam Limited.

  1. The loans stood at £709 million in December 2009, when they were all converted to equity by Abramovich, leaving the club themselves debt free, although the debt remained with Fordstam.
  2. Chelsea did not turn a profit in the first nine years of Abramovich’s ownership, and made record losses of £140m in June 2005.
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In November 2012, Chelsea announced a profit of £1.4 million for the year ending 30 June 2012, the first time the club had made a profit under Abramovich’s ownership. This was followed by a loss in 2013 and then their highest ever profit of £18.4 million for the year to June 2014.

  • In 2018 Chelsea announced a record after-tax profit of £62 million.
  • Chelsea has been described as a global brand; a 2012 report by Brand Finance ranked Chelsea fifth among football brands and valued the club’s brand value at US$398 million – an increase of 27% from the previous year, also valuing it at US$10 million more than the sixth best brand, London rivals Arsenal – and gave the brand a strength rating of AA (very strong).

In 2016, Forbes magazine ranked Chelsea the seventh most valuable football club in the world, at £1.15 billion ($1.66 billion). As of 2016, Chelsea was ranked eighth in the Deloitte Football Money League with an annual commercial revenue of £322.59 million.

  • As of May 2022, Chelsea is ranked the eighth most valuable club in the world, according to Forbes,
  • And eighth according to Deloitte, with an annual commercial revenue of €493.1 million.
  • The club’s recent accounting records highlight £26.6m they lost in compensation to former head coach Antonio Conte for sacking and to pay off his backroom staff and the legal costs that followed.

On 26 February 2022, during the Russo-Ukrainian War, Abramovich handed over “stewardship and care” of Chelsea FC to the Chelsea Charitable Foundation. Abramovich released an official statement on 2 March 2022 confirming that he was selling the club due to the ongoing situation in Ukraine.

Although the UK government froze Abramovich’s assets in United Kingdom on 10 March due to his “close ties with Kremlin”, it was made clear that the Chelsea club will be allowed to operate in terms of activities which are football related. On 12 March, the Premier League disqualified Abramovich as a director of Chelsea Football Club.

On 19 March 2022, there were five confirmed bids to acquire Chelsea FC: submitted to Raine Capital which was handling the sale of the club. Some of these were a consortium led by ex-Liverpool chairman Sir Martin Broughton, a group of investors led by the Ricketts family (among them Joe and Pete Ricketts ), Swiss and American businessmen Hansjörg Wyss and Todd Boehly, Aethel Partners headed by Portuguese Ricardo Santos Silva and British businessman Nick Candy, supported by former Chelsea striker Gianluca Vialli,

  1. On 7 May, the club finally confirmed that “terms have been agreed” for a new ownership group led by Todd Boehly and Clearlake Capital.
  2. On 30 May, it was confirmed that the Boehly consortium had completed the purchase of the club.
  3. The consortium also includes Wyss and Mark Walter,
  4. Walter and Boehly are also owners of the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Los Angeles Lakers, and the Los Angeles Sparks,

The consortium was later known as BlueCo, The transaction had received all necessary approvals from the governments of the United Kingdom and, the Premier League, and other authorities.

Which Premier League team has the most fans in London?

Graphic showing biggest clubs in England picks Arsenal over Chelsea in London Pictured LONDON IS RED

Published : 10:28, 25 May 2023 Updated : 17:47, 25 May 2023

WHICH club is the biggest in London? That debate has been sparked once again by a fan who produced a graphic detailing the biggest club in each county in England.3 Arsenal being picked over Chelsea for London has proved controversial Credit: Twitter @craigDLyons 3 Arsenal have bragging rights in London after finishing higher than their rivals Credit: Getty 3 Sheffield United being chosen over Wednesday has also provoked outrage Credit: Reuters

The, but many fans believe that is the wrong choice.That is not the only region that has caused controversy with Sheffield Wednesday fans bemused that rivals United have been picked for South Yorkshire. Elsewhere, Colchester have been chosen over fierce rivals Southend despite the Shrimpers boasting double the average attendances of their neighbours this season, and in a division below too.Further north Lincoln fans have the bragging rights over rivals Grimbsy as the Imps have been controversially selected as the biggest side in Lincolnshire.But fans in London have been the most vocal in defending their team’s right to be the best in the capital.The Gunners traditionally boast the best support in London along with the most trophies, and,But in recent years Chelsea have become and victors of the Champions League twice – a feat Arsenal have never achieved.As a result, some Blues cannot believe have been chosen as London’s biggest club. But Arsenal managed a runners-up finish in the Premier League this campaign, as they were in a title race with Man City.Chelsea, meanwhile, languish in 12 place in the league.As a result, they won’t be playing European football next season, after over £600million worth of investment.One fan wrote: “Funny how the only club from the capital that has won two European championships doesn’t feature.”

But an Arsenal fan said: “Lol so many pressed Chelsea fans. London has more Arsenal fans it’s a fact. Chelsea has more international fans i.e US. But Arsenal IS the club with the largest London fanbase. Deal with it.” A third football supporter added: “Is this one of those parody accounts? Imagine thinking that Sheffield United are bigger than Wednesday.” : Graphic showing biggest clubs in England picks Arsenal over Chelsea in London

Which footballers live in Highgate?

The leafy north London village attracting Premier League footballers BREAKING T he north London village of Highgate makes the perfect location for Premier League footballers, as it is only a short limo ride from the Emirates Stadium in Holloway. £38 million American reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian spent a week-long getaway at a in Nantucket, Massachusetts.

The compound includes a main house with four bedrooms, a cinema and an entertainment room, plus a two-bedroom guest cottage. (Scroll right.) Image: Rex £64.4 million Cher’s former Beverly Hills home has been transformed by the current owners into a 16-acre equestrian estate, and it’s now for sale for £64.4 million.

Hidden from public view by mature landscaping, the 20,000sq ft main residence has 11 bedrooms, wood-burning fireplaces and beamed ceilings. Outside there is a pool, spa and kitchen, plus a detached 7,000sq ft five-bedroom guesthouse. (Scroll right.) Image: Rex £6.95 million Matthew Perry rented the penthouse while performing in his hit West End play ‘The End Of Longing’.

  • £4.5 million
  • Image: Rex/Sotheby’s
  • Rex

Lisa Marie Presley is selling her 15th-century manor house with three swimming pools south of Rotherfield village in East Sussex. Located within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Grade II-listed property, right, named Coes Hall, also includes 11 bedrooms.

  1. £10 million
  2. Image: Savills
  3. Savills

Once the Thirties home of the eminent Italian doctor Sir Aldo Castellani, who skipped England in a rush after it was revealed the dictator Benito Mussolini was his patient, the last privately owned and occupied house in Harley Street is for sale. The grand central London property has been in aristocratic hands for more than 100 years.

  • £1.5 million
  • Image: Marc Piasecki/John D Wood
  • Marc Piasecki

A Grade II-listed apartment which had a starring role in the hit 2003 movie Love Actually has just come on to the market. The two-bedroom garden flat was the home of writer Jamie Bennett, portrayed in the film by Colin Firth, right. Jamie lived there with his girlfriend — until he found out she was having an affair with his brother.

The property is in Chiswick and was originally built for the English watercolour painter and lithographer Joseph Nash, who was apprenticed to the architectural draughtsman and artist Augustus Charles Pugin in 1827. The layout is still centred around the original artist’s studio which is used as a big open-plan dining room with a wonderful large window and high ceilings.

(Scroll right.)

  1. £45 million
  2. Image: Alamy/Rex
  3. Alamy

Demi Moore has taken a staggering £12.2 million off the asking price for her New York City penthouse atop the glamorous San Remo building, below. The 7,000sq ft triplex was originally listed last year for £57.2 million. However, in a bid to sell quickly, the actress, above, has slashed the price of the six-bedroom home she bought 25 years ago with then-husband Bruce Willis from Saturday Night Fever producer, Robert Stigwood.

The flat has its own lift entrance and the spacious roof terrace has one of the best views in the city. Hollywood’s A-list favours the block, where neighbours include Diane Keaton, Dustin Hoffman and Steven Spielberg. (Scroll right.) £10,000 Power couple George and Amal Clooney have splashed out on a £10,000 small boat for their Oxfordshire estate.

The pair are said to be spending £20 million renovating their Thameside Sonning home which they bought for a rumoured £7.5 million two years ago. (Scroll right.) Getty £5.3 million Elstree Lodge in Hertfordshire has been used as a filming location by the likes of Reggie Yates, Fearne Cotton and Joanna Lumley.

  1. Now the five-bedroom family home is on the market for £1.35 million with Lumley Estates.
  2. The loud interiors won’t be to every buyer’s taste but that is easily fixed.
  3. Scroll right.) £2 million The celebrated actor and director used the property in the picturesque Provençal village of Châteauneuf-Grasse as his,
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Set in approximately four acres of gently sloped grounds, it offers uninterrupted countryside views all the way to the Mediterranean. Perfect for summer escapes, the grounds include a swimming pool, a covered patio and hundreds of century-old olive trees.

Lord Attenborough, who acquired the plot in the 1980s, revamped the main house to include four bedrooms, three bedrooms and an open-plan living room.(Scroll right.) £819,000 In Bendinat on the island of Mallorca, Mansell’s former retreat is part of a private community of 14 luxury villas with communal gardens and a swimming pool.

There are four double bedrooms and the large terrace has a brick-built BBQ and a wood-burning pizza oven for al fresco dining. It would be ideal for keen golfers as the Real Golf de Bendinat club is just a few minutes away by foot. (Scroll right.) £499,950 A Victorian building in the middle of Eton High Street, once the medical wing of Eton College, is now seven apartments.

With alumni including English actor Tom Hiddleston — seen right with his girlfriend, American singer Taylor Swift — to Princes William and Harry, Eton has long been synonymous with wealth and privilege. The new are designed with this in mind, appealing to those with a taste for the finer things in life.

At £499,950 the homes will also benefit from Crossrail completion in 2019, with trains to the City, Canary Wharf and the West End running from nearby Taplow station. (Scroll right.) Rex £5.3 million Supermodel Kendall Jenner has bought a five-bedroom home in the Hollywood Hills from British actress Emily Blunt and her American actor husband, John Krasinski.

The 20-year-old sister of the Kardashians spent £5.3 million on the 4,800sq ft house in Sunset Strip. Social butterfly Kendall loves the white walls, exposed brick and the fabulous outdoor pool area with a cosy fireplace and barbecue. (Scroll right.) Getty £5.95 million Brexit isn’t bringing down prices on the Hyde Park Estate in W2.

A home in Connaught Square, has just exchanged at the asking price of £5.95 million, a record for the square in terms of pounds per square foot. Richard Branson started Student magazine, his first business, in the basement of the 3,671sq ft property in 1968.

The five-bedroom Grade II-listed house with a pretty terrace has a location to die for — with Hyde Park and Oxford Street just around the corner. New residents should brace themselves for the paparazzi, as the Blairs are among near neighbours. (Scroll right.) Getty £4.4 million Gordon Ramsay has won planning permission to demolish his £4.4 million home and, despite ongoing protests from locals who claim his scheme will ruin the picturesque coastline, the council has ruled in favour of the celebrity chef.

He will be able to build two properties in place of the original. One will sit at the bottom of the garden, very close to the sea. He also has his sights set on a lower ground-floor swimming pool. (Scroll right.) Rex/ SWNS £11.5 million Hollywood couple Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor have splashed out on a swish New York apartment.

Overlooking the Hudson River in Manhattan, the apartment block has an on-site fitness club and private green space. (Scroll right.) Getty £329,000 Dragon’s Den star Duncan Bannatyne has put his picturesque lodge, overlooking Lake Windemere, up for sale. The wooden three-bedroom retreat is in the heart of the Lake District.

(Scroll right.) Image: Rex £3.45 million A north London home that formed the backdrop for an iconic Beatle photoshoot has hit the market. St James’s Villa boasts three bedrooms and a terrace overlooking trees. (Scroll right.) £8.3 million Robbie Williams is leaving LA and returning to live in Britain as soon as work is complete on his home in west London.

  1. Williams, who bought the £17.5 million home, from Michael Winner’s estate is selling his Beverly Hills mansion, above, for £8.3 million.
  2. It has seven bedrooms, and a recording studio off the master suite (Scroll right.) Image: Film Magic £1 million The Fisheries in Hertfordshire is a go-to property for TV dramas.

The Grade II-listed Regency house, above, has been a location for Waking the Dead, Midsomer Murders and Holby City, as well as Jonathan Creek, starring Alan Davies and Sarah Alexander, pictured.Built in the 1820s as the fishing lodge for the Chorleywood House Estate has been occupied by the same family for over 75 years.

Image: Richard Barlow £8.2 million Here is a fragrant French opportunity. Estée Lauder’s former holiday home in Cannes is on the market.The late US cosmetics queen and her husband bought six-bedroom Villa Roche Cline, above, in 1963 and used it as a holiday home for the rest of their lives.The house passed to the two Lauder sons, but it was sold and refurbished keeping her signature mint green colour scheme.

The grounds boast a cinema and a pool. Maybe Estée Lauder brand ambassador, the US model Kendall Jenner, inset, would love this glamorous retreat. (Scroll right.) Image: Pascal Pronnier/Reuters £18,190 a month The New York penthouse Britney Spears once called home is available to rent.

The singer bought the 4,400sq ft flat in the Silk Building, pictured, in 2002 for £2.27 million, going on to sell it at a £758,000 profit. The current owner put it back on the market earlier this year but has failed to find a buyer — so he has gone down the rental path instead. The plush three-bedroom, four-bathroom home has a sprawling outdoor space with views of downtown Manhattan.

(Scroll right.) Image: Wire Image £2.65 million Rowan Atkinson has put his Oxfordshire home, The Old Rectory, up for sale for £250,000 less than when he first listed it a year ago. Originally dating from 1777, the grade II-listed, has had a contemporary extension, linking the original Georgian village house to a stunning swimming pool complex and gym.

  • Image: Getty £1,995,000 Sex pistols frontman Johnny Rotten threw wild parties at his Chelsea home at the height of the band’s fame in the late Seventies.
  • The punk rocker used to visit Sex, Vivienne Westwood’s boutique around the corner in King’s Road.
  • The refurbished still has the original 400sq ft roof terrace where 50 could party.

Image: Getty £4,500 a month Undergraduates seeking a pad with provenance in the city need look no further than the former of Burma’s revolutionary leader Aung San Suu Kyi, which is available to rent. The study, where the Nobel Peace Prize laureate must have spent many hours planning her return to Burma to bravely lead her people to democracy, has a balcony overlooking the gardens.

  • Image: Getty £11.5 million Noel Gallagher is struggling to find a buyer for his five-bedroom house.
  • The decor is surprisingly safe, but there’s a conservatory, a private terrace and Juliet balconies.
  • The High Flying Birds frontman bought the semi-detached house next to Regent’s Canal for £8m in 2010.
  • Despite being keen to sell, the former Oasis star, is not under pressure to drop the asking price.

He has already moved to another home in north-west London. Image: Rex £3,931,000 Brad Pitt fell in love with the Balearics after filming on the Spanish islands for his new Second World War drama, Allied. So enchanted was the Hollywood star that he and actress wife Angelina Jolie’s latest home is reportedly a £2.65m villa in the ancient Majorcan town of Andratx.

  • You could be a near neighbour if you buy this villa, with equally lovely Mediterranean views.
  • Dare we say it, but this property seems even more luxurious than Brangelina’s place.
  • It’s for sale with Mallorca Sotheby’s International Realty.
  • Image: Rex £2.25 million A beautiful village home renovated by Melinda Messenger is for sale.

The Old Rectory, in Lydiard Millicent near Swindon, was built in 1855 by the Rev Christopher Cleobury. Messenger, of TV’s Loose Women and This Morning, sold it in 2005, and the next owners lavished even more cash on the Grade II-listed house. It has six bedrooms and the master suite has lovely views over the gardens, the paddock and the Marlborough Downs.

Image: Rex £7,097 a night Brazilian football player Neymar Jr is living the high life in a Beverly Hills mega mansion. The superstar, who plays for Barcelona, has been posting pictures of his stay at the palatial 22,000sq ft property, above, to his 50m Instagram followers. The seven-bedroom house has a cinema and a wine cellar and comes with maid, butler and chauffeur.

For those keen to follow in the 24-year-old striker’s footsteps, the estate is available to rent on Airbnb. Image: Cameron Carothers/Getty As the club attracts more star players, Highgate’s glamorous homes are increasingly being sold to footballers and their wives.

  1. Former Arsenal winger and model Freddie Ljungberg — who is thought to be returning to the club as the Under-15s coach — and his wife, Natalie Foster are said to be looking in the area.
  2. They could well be interested in in Bishopswood Road, the latest home on the market.
  3. The Victorian mansion has been restored by luxury developer Atelier, retaining its red-brick façade.

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