Tony Blair has finally stepped on to the British street to sign some deluxe real estates to his name. Whilst the ex-Prime Minister holds a five-story estate in London’s Connaught Square, Blair has also plans to pick up Winslow Hall; an unaltered artistic creation of Sir Christopher Wren.
Designed outside London, the villa is a treasure of a William and Mary belongings erected for Sir William Lowndes and Listed Grade I. Spread over 10,000 sq.ft., the property flaunts 6 reception rooms and bathrooms each, 7 bedrooms, 2 complete flats accompanied with an array of outbuildings. The fully-grown picturesque precincts expand to about 5.14 acres, with 16.86 acres of significant park and nibbling counting a total of 22 acres (approx.). The exotic estate demands a monstrous sum of $240,267,268.