A £3 million price drop for a royal love nest

The Primrose Hill house where Wallis Simpson was courted by Edward VIII is on the market for £15 million.
The house where Edward VIII wooed Wallis Simpson is back on the market through Savills, with a price cut of £3 million. The property in Elsworthy Road, Primrose Hill, designed in 1903 by architects Harry Measures and Amos Faulkner, was used by the king to romance both the American divorcee and her friend Lady Furness, who preceded Mrs Simpson in his affections.
 
The Arts & Crafts-style home was previously on the market for £18 million. So if you like a scandalous tale to tell at the supper table, and have £15 million, it could be ideal.
 
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