Margaret Thatcher's Belgravia home to go on sale for £35m

Baroness Margaret Thatcher’s five-bedroom Belgravia home is set to go on sale for £35m.

The Iron Lady’s home at 73 Chester Square is where she continued to live there until a few months before her death.

Margaret Thatcher at her home, London, Britain - 01 Nov 2010

Margaret Thatcher at her home in November 2010

According to the Standard, the home is being transformed into a 7,000 sq ft mansion by adding the adjacent mews property and creating a two-level basement.

“There is no other property that can boast it was the final family home of the Iron Lady,” a surveyor told the paper.

Back in January, the home was valued at £12m. Surveyors say the “blue plaque effect” has helped add millions to the property.

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Readers' comments (2)

  • Small wonder so many politicians are so out of touch with the people most affected by the policies they dream up. It must be tough to develop empathy from within the walls of a £35 million home

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  • Does the previous comment mean you have to live in a council house all day waiting for your giro to arrive to know what's best.
    This lady stood up to the miners, printers, the IRA and the Argentinians. She may not have always got it right, but she didn't sit on the fence, she had a view and she acted on it.
    For someone who worked tirelessly for what she felt was for the benefit of the majority, not in her own interest AKA Tony Blair, my hat goes off to her.

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