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25 Aerial-Interior Images Of Justin Bieber’s $108,000 A Month Rental

October 20, 2016 by Billionaire Addresses

Since so many news outlets and blogs have been reporting about Justin Bieber’s new rental house in London, we thought maybe you would like to see it from above also.

But first, here’s a little about the house.

The mansion is called ‘Heath Hall’, which Justin will reportedly turn into his U.K. base, (he also rents a mansion in the Los Angeles area for a reportedly $80,000 per month for his U.S. base)  is located on The Bishops Avenue in North London an exclusive road sometimes known as ‘Billionaires’ Row’ because it is home to so many luxury properties, millionaire and billionaire mansions, and extremely wealthy people.

It boasts 15 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms and six reception rooms, as well as tennis courts, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a five-car garage and a home cinema. 24,000 sq ft property, 2.5 ares of gardens and was built in 1910 as a London base for William Park Lyle of the Tate and Lyle family behind the sugar empire.

Formerly known as East Weald, the mansion was designed by Henry Victor Ashley and Winton Newman, their designs for their ‘East Weald’ mansion were exhibited at the Royal Academy exhibitions of 1910 and 1911.

The property fell into disrepair after the Bank of China took over the three-story mansion in the 1950s. Around 50 members of staff lived there at the time.

The hall had again fallen into disrepair before developer Andreas Panayiotou bought it for $5 million in 2007 and employed a team of more than 100 to renovate it.

The house became the most expensive property on the market in the UK when property tycoon Panayiotou put it up for sale in 2011 for a whopping $100 million, but it failed to sell.

Panayiotou put it up for sale in 2011 at 20 times what he had paid, but had to slash the price repeatedly before the house was finally sold in March last year.

The home went on the rental market a year after it was sold in 2015 to a mystery buyer for around $25 million – which is just a quarter of its original asking price.

The hand-carved marble basins were prepared in Italy before being transported to the property. Twelve types of Italian marble and seven types of wood were used for the bathrooms while the snooker room, office, bar, library and grand staircase are all clad in oak.

Heath Hall is on the market through Glentree International (020 8458 7311; glentree.co.uk)

The Back of Heath Hall From Above

Aerial View Of The Back Of Heath Hall, London

 

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