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...
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
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
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
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
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.