One Direction heartthrob Harry Styles is reportedly sick of London life and looking to move from the North London bachelor pad he bought for £3 million in 2012.
The singer is busy browsing properties in the West Country in a bid to escape the demands of life in the capital, and perhaps his neighbours – earlier this year vandals attacked his Primrose Hill party pad with the inflammatory word ‘c***’ sprayed across one of his pristine white exterior walls.
DMZ understands that the 1D star has been eyeing up a £5 million mansion in the Bath region and has told pals that he will be moving from England’s capital for good, if he decides to relocate.
If he does move to the West Country, he will be joining a whole raft of A-listers – including Nicholas Cage, Johnny Depp and John Cleese – who also own luxurious properties in the area.
Styles is no slouch when it comes to property, it’s just been revealed that in January this year he purchased a three-bedroom, five-bathroom house in Los Angeles for a whopping $6.87 million in a very hush-hush off-market deal.
The property boasts 4,100 sqr ft of living space. It enjoys 10-foot high ceilings throughout and includes a kidney shaped pool, a gym, screening room and a huge master kitchen.
Harry’s career continues to skyrocket, he makes his silver screen debut in Dunkirk, superstar director Christopher Nolan’s movie about the English army’s 1940 evacuation of Dunkirk, France. He has also just signed a new deal with Columbia Records for three solo albums, estimated to be worth around $80 million.
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