Tony Blair calls in valuers to £7.5m four-storey Bayswater home

Tony Blair has called in property valuers for his £7.5m London mansion.

The former Prime Minister bought the five-bedroom property in Bayswater for £3.6m in 2004, reports the Daily Mail.

The homes comes with four bathrooms, three reception rooms and a mews home. The home also has a police presence outside which reportedly costs £2m a year.

Other properties owned by Tony and Cherie Blair include the £5.75m Wotton House in Buckinghamshire, three houses in London worth between £1m million and £1.m, and two flats in Bristol.

“The Blairs have absolutely no plans to sell their home,” a spokesman told Daily Mail.

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Readers' comments (2)

  • And we're supposed to believe that people like this have the faintest notion of what it's like to live on minimum wage...or with no home or job? They've clearly done an excellent job of looking after themselves

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  • Anonymous

    He is not referred to being the best Tory leader they never had for no reason

    I have nothing against wealth or people having money

    But people like this pretending to represent the working class and hard up families is lower than a Tory claiming expenses for his duck house

    Blair is the ultimate Cristal Champagne socialist

    Just surprised he doesn't live in pile in north London pretending he is poor

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