Robbie Williams has bought a house of the late director on the cheap

Robbie Williams has bought a house of the late director on the cheap

Popular singer Robbie Williams has acquired Michael Winner's London mansion for just £17.5 million (€21 million), although the late director was not going to sell the house for less than £60 million (€72 million), according to ee24.com citing Daily Mail.

Nobody knows what would have said Michael Winner, if he knew that his 46-room mansion in the elite district of Holland Park in west London, will be sold for just £17.5 million (€21 million). After all, the famous director evaluated his home at least three times more expensive. The former owner of the house, who died in January 2013, lived there with his wife, and in 2011 tried to sell it for £60 million (€72 million).

It is said that Robbie Williams has been searching for a house for himself , his wife Aida and newborn daughter Theodora Rose for over a year. Williams family already owns a 7-room mansion in Wiltshire, that costs £8 million (€9.6 million), but Robbie insisted that his daughter should grow up in London.

Winner got a house inherited from his father in 1978, when it was still divided into many apartments, and spent a fortune to turn it into his own mansion with lots of rooms, a swimming pool, a cinema and a garden.

Curiously, not far from the new home of Robbie Williams lives the legendary Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin.

Recall that ee24.com wrote that Robbie Williams is trying to sell his mansion in Wiltshire at a discounted price.