Boris and Carrie Johnson sell their home in Camberwell, south London. They themselves have never lived there because they have moved to 10 Downing Street, the official residence of the British Prime Minister. The asking price for a cottage in Camberwell is a filthy 1.9 million euros.
Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie bought the house in Camberwell near Myatt Fields in July 2019. They never moved because the then new British Prime Minister chose 10 Downing Street as their residence. This prime ministerial term is coming to an end, but Johnson still has no intention of living in the Camberwell House. It is up for sale for 1.6 million pounds, or 1.9 million euros.
The couple hope to make at least 400,000 pounds (475,000 euros) from the sale. In 2019, Johnsons paid more than 1.4 million euros for the four-bedroom, three-bathroom Victorian home. They bought the semi-detached house when Johnson became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Carrie Johnson also had to leave her apartment in the same neighborhood after complaints about a Lily house argument.
The Daily Mail has learned that the Johnson family is looking for a new home in Hearn Hill, just south of London. According to the newspaper, they rented their home in Camberwell for at least 10,000 pounds (nearly 12,000 euros) a year.
Carrie Johnson was going to furnish the house with her mom in 2019, but photos from the real estate agent show the house is now empty. Renovation work has been underway since the beginning of this year. According to the real estate agent, the home is “beautiful” and “personalised” and is located in a “highly wanted” neighborhood. Living area 195 square meters. In May of this year, another car crashed into the house in the early hours.
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