LONDON – The former family home of Stanley Johnson, father of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, is up for sale, but it will cost you.
The five-storey West London house, which also served as the base for Johnson’s successful race to become London mayor in 2008, is available for £11,250,000. Take a look inside.
The exterior of the house, which is located on Regent’s Park Road in west London.
Pictured are Boris and Stanley Johnson. Stanley, best known for his recent stint on ITV show “I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here,” purchased the home with his wife in 1994 and sold it to current owners in 2011. The Johnsons had first lived in Primrose Hill in the 1970s, with a young Boris and sister Rachel, who is a journalist, attending Primrose Hill Primary School.
The five storey, 5,200 sq. ft. Victorian townhouse contains four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
As well as reception rooms, a family kitchen and breakfast room, it also contains a cinema room, study, and wine cellar.
Various television interviews were undertaken in and around the property.
The house was built in the 1820s.
It’s being sold through agents Aston Chase and Knight Frank for £11,250,000.
Here’s a floorplan.
This is the formal lounge.
The basement also offers a gym, guest bedroom, and bathroom.
The en-suite bathroom attached to the Master Bedroom.
The lower ground floor of the townhouse contains an eye-catching cinema room, designed in a deep red, with a suede finished sofa and a soft red carpet. It goes on sale in February.
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