From fashion shows to house hunting, Taylor Swift is on the move

We've just made it easier for this Grammy award singer to find her dream London base

After performing in a glittery Union Jack-inspired dress with the angels at the recent Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City, 23 year-old singer Taylor Swift has wasted no time falling back down to Earth, and is said to be looking for a home in west London.

The Grammy award winner spends much of her time in Europe and must be tired of living out of a suitcase, schlepping from one hotel to another. She apparently bought her eight-bedroom, 11,000sq ft mansion in Westerly, Rhode Island, for £11 million in cash and is now thought to be house hunting in Notting Hill and Regent's Park. With such a generous budget, we thought these properties might catch her eye...

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Gloucester Gate, Regent's Park, NW1
This magnificent Nash Villa period property boasts 10 bedrooms, six receptions and a separate mews house, £14,000,000


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Holland Park, W11
Opposite the entrance to Holland Park, this six-bedroom apartment has a private cinema, steam room, spa and gym and a beautifully landscaped private garden, POA


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Kensington Park Gardens, London W11
Designed by architect Thomas Allom in 1853, this listed Grade-II property in Kensington Park Gardens has five bedrooms, 5132sq ft of living space, an abundance of natural light and a library/snug which Taylor can turn into a music studio,  £12,000,000 


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Elgin Crescent, Notting Hill, W11
This charming three-bedrom house is located in one of the area's most sought after streets with a spacious terrace and 50ft garden, which also has direct access to a picturesque communal gardens, £4,500,000


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St. Katharines Precinct, NW1
Originally built in 1826 and designed by renowned architect Sir Ambrose Poynter, this five-bedroom house combines Gothic architecture with contemporary interiors. Taylor can use the wine cellar to keep her guests imbibed.


 

 

 


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