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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