London’s X-Factor base up for sale

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London’s X-Factor base up for sale

Fine dining in a very fine looking setting.
The Evening Standard’s Homes & Property Columnist Amira Hashish joined Wake Up London to share all the latest property news. 

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Paul McCartney’s childhood home up for sale 

The childhood home of Paul McCartney is available to purchase at auction.
The three-up, two-down terrace is going under the hammer at the famous Cavern Club in Liverpool on February 26.
Beatles legend McCartney, who has recently teamed up with Rihanna for new single Four Five Seconds, lived at the three-bedroom house on Liverpool's Western Avenue with his parents Jim and Mary until the mid 1950s.
It is being auctioned with a guide price of £100,000 through Merseyside based agent Entwistle Green.

 

Celebrity designer, Sera of London, selling flat

Interior decorator Sera Hersham-Loftus, known as Sera of London, has kitted out the homes of Courtney Love, Twiggy, Kelly Brook, Yoko Ono, Kate Moss, Eliza Dolittle, Sadie Frost and Patsy Kensit.
The stylist, who splits her time between London and Norfolk, has listed her Westbourne Terrace flat for £1.175 million.
The two-bedroom apartment that she shares with photographer Martin Pope is for sale with Domus Nova.
It comes with a beautiful conservatory where French doors lead to a decked garden. Natural light also floods into the open-plan kitchen. 
A walk-in wardrobe is an added bonus. 

 

X-Factor London pad for sale

Judging by the estate agent's pictures, the X-Factor house has been spruced up since Ben Haenow and the 2014 contestants left just over a month ago to embark on a UK tour.
The eight-bedroom, four-bathroom property, which is on the market for £2.795 million, looks immaculate.
Spread over four floors, the 6,400sq ft home has a contemporary fitted kitchen overlooking the landscaped rear garden with a swimming pool. 
There is also a gym, where Fleur East and Jake Quickenden worked out, as well as a wet room and sauna. 
The Hadley Wood residence is listed Just a 30-minute commute from Moorgate.

 

Pub that sparked Graham Norton’s success lease available

Graham Norton may be the BBC's leading chat show host but earlier in his career he often performed at The White Horse in Hampstead.
Actor Christopher Eccleston has also been a regular customer over the years and literati George Orwell and Joe Orton frequented the pub during their time. 
The leasehold for the three-storey corner terrace building is now available at £110,000 with Fleurets.
A short walk from Hampstead Heath, the property has exposed brick upper parts, ornate sash windows, a copper top bar, open fire, marbled pillars and a small beer garden.
With funnymen Michael McIntyre and Ricky Gervais in the neighbourhood, the new landlords will be in good company.

 

J-Lo selling LA mansion 

Jennifer Lopez is selling her Los Angeles mansion.
The nine-bedroom residence, which she bought with her ex husband Marc Anthony in 2010 for $8.2 million (£5.4 million), is now listed at $17 million (£11.2 million).
All-singing, all-dancing Lopez installed her own dance studio, recording room and 20-seat cinema at the property. 
The 17,129sq ft base comes with a garage that has room for eight cars as well as a motor court with space for 20 cars.  
Meanwhile, Lopez is said to be looking for her next investment.

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