April 10, 2012 1 Comment
The home of Nigella Lawson and her husband Charles Saatchi has been sold after being on the property market for 18 months. Christian Candy, a property developer with an international property portfolio worth £9 billion, purchased the luxury property in Begravia. Lawson and Saatchi dropped its price by £11 million less than the original asking price and eventually sold the apartment for the price of £25 million.
The property originally belonged to Charles Saatchi who purchased the property in 2001 for £3.8 million. The pair moved out of the apartment in 2010 after nine years of residence due to problems with neighbours. Saatchi ordered workmen to remove scaffolding from a neighbour, which caused damages of £50,000. Therefore the sale of this property means a profit of £21 million- not to mention the fact that the power couple are already worth around £128 million. Read more of this post