Prime Ministers and Prime Property
sought after high degree of real estate in London,
which was home to the former British Prime Minister Margaret
Thatcher for more than two decades has hit the market in exchange for £ 30 million.
ministers are not far from the prime property
and we have taken this opportunity to take a look at real estate portfolios for individuals who have recently held a large role in the country.
It has been put in the home 73 Chester Square in Belgravia in London, where he lived for the late Mrs. Thatcher after he stepped down as prime minister for sale with a price of £ 30 million (about $ 43.5 million).
However, it is not people who will benefit from the sale. It has come to the market through an estate agent Savills on behalf of Leconfield, to develop and build Belgravia company, which bought the property in 2013 and spent 18 months renovated.
Paid only Leconfield £ 4160000 (approximately $ 6 million)
for the property because of a short lease, which would have extended far. While many believed to be the former owner of the estate Thatcher, it is not clear from the title deeds.