Boris Johnson and wife Carrie view a nine-bedroom Georgian mansion in the Cotswolds as the couple looks for a new family home.
- The former prime minister is reportedly searching for a home even though he already owns several
- The property is said to have nine bedrooms and its own tennis court
boris johnson and his wife, Carrie, have reportedly seen a massive Georgian mansion in the Costwolds while searching for a new family home in recent weeks.
The Grade II-listed nine-bedroom mansion is said to have garnered offers of “over £4million”, and its online listing states that it has “sold STC”. [subject to contact]’.
mirror The couple reported being interested in a 400-year-old Oxfordshire property on about five acres of land.
possibility of moving away from London It has also sparked speculation that the 58-year-old former prime minister could make a comeback in a new constituency.
A couple with two children, Wilf two and Romy, was previously reported As if trying to put down roots in the capital.
Boris Johnson and wife Carrie have reportedly seen a massive Georgian mansion in the Costwolds in recent weeks while looking for a new family home.
A couple is reportedly interested in a 400-year-old property in the Cotswolds (stock image)
Miller described the property as being close to the churchyard and packed with period features. There are also walled gardens, moats and tennis courts.
The house is located in the Wantage parliamentary constituency, near Henry’s seat when Mr Johnson stepped down as mayor of London from 2001-2008.
Late last year, it was reported that the couple had already stayed in a luxurious cottage at Daylesford Manor in Gloucestershire, courtesy of JCB founder Lord Bamford and his wife Carol.
Regardless of the location, the price tag certainly won’t be an issue for Johnson, who makes a lot of money from speaking engagements. He earned £276,000 from a speech in Colorado Springs in October and £2.5 million from a booking agency for a speech he has yet to make.
Mr Johnson partly owns three homes in Oxfordshire, London and Somerset.
A spokesman declined to comment on whether Johnson’s prime minister had purchased the house.
Mr Johnson has repeatedly said he will return to his current seats in Uxbridge and South Ruislip, which he won for the first time in the 2015 general election.
The revelation of his interest in real estate close to his former constituency fuels Henry’s suggestion that he can fight for his old seat.
Current Tory MP John Howell has not confirmed whether he will run again, but when asked if Johnson could come back earlier this month, he said: said.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11761425/Boris-Johnson-wife-Carrie-view-nine-bedroom-Georgian-mansion-Cotswolds.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Boris Johnson and wife Carrie ‘see nine-bedroom Georgian mansion in Cotswolds’