Annie Lennox has put her stunning home in London’s Notting Hill neighborhood on the market for £12 million ($20 million). Spacious five storey Tudor mansion, features 5,131 square foot of living space with 5 bedrooms and 3-and-a-half bathrooms. Built in 1853 and designed by architect and topographical illustrator Thomas Allom, this mansion features impressively high ceilings, espresso-toned wide plank wood floors and elaborate ceiling moldings and window trims. According to RealEstalker, the first floor has a trio public rooms: sun room with fancy tile floor, a snug/library with marble-manteled fireplace and a baby grand piano, and a spacious drawing room fireplace and with three sets of transom-topped French doors that open to a slender, wrought iron-railed wrap around balcony.
The entire second floor of the house is Annie’s luxurious master suite which features a massive sitting room, a bedroom and a white bathroom with frosted glass windows and lavish two-person bath tub that sits in the middle of the room. The two rooms on the uppermost level share a bathroom which has double sinks, a big bathtub and a separate shower.
Annie bought the house for £4.4 million ($7,2 million) and now hopes to triple that amount.