Petra Ecclestone's House: Why Buy a Small Country When You Can Buy Her House Instead?

By on January 3, 2013 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

Sometimes pedigree is everything, and Petra Ecclestone has pedigree in spades.  The early 20s British socialite is the daughter of Slavica, a former model for Armani, and Bernie Ecclestone of Formula One racing fame.  She launched her first fashion line when she was 19.  Her menswear label, called FORM, was initially successful, but the company folded after a year.  She then launched her own accessories line, and is now working on a footwear line.  When she is not focused on fashion, she can be found looking fabulous on multiple continents, driving expensive cars, hanging out with the "right" people, and living in, "The Manor", which is otherwise known as the most expensive house in the United States.  Her lavish wedding to James Stunt in 2011, cost a reported $19,300,000 dollars.  Her gown, designed by Vera Wang, cost more than a mid-size family vehicle.  Apparently, she decided that she no longer needed one of her many dizzyingly expensive abodes, so she is unloading one… for a massive amount of money that only someone born to ridiculous wealth would consider reasonable.

Petra Ecclestone's house in the Belgravia neighborhood of London, England, is 7,995 square feet.  It houses five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and has a separate apartment for staff.  Petra Ecclestone's house was given as a present to Ms. Ecclestone back in 2009.  The house is spread out over eight floors, and includes multiple reception rooms, a built-in buffet, multiple fireplaces, a state-of-the-art eat-in kitchen, a massive dining area, multiple balconies, an elevator, and a master suite that stretches the entire width of the townhouse.  Floor-to-ceiling windows, winding staircases, beautiful wood floors, and marble accents complete the opulent look.  Petra Ecclestone's house is on sale for 32,000,000 GBP, or approximately $52,000,000.  So ditch those plans to buy a small country, and buy her house, instead.

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