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Thursday 31 July 2014

Williams 'buys Winner's mansion'

Robbie Williams has bought a mansion that previously belonged to the late Michael Winner, according to reports

Robbie Williams has reportedly bought late director Michael Winner's former home.

The Candy singer splashed out £17.5 million on the 46-room mansion in London's Holland Park, according to reports.

Robbie had apparently been looking for a family home in London for himself, wife Ayda and their daughter Theodora Rose for around a year.

He was won over by Woodland House's stunning indoor pool and cinema room.

And it seems the star has snapped up a bargain, as it has been reported that the house was put up for sale for £60 million two years ago.

Winner died in January at the age of 77, and the sale of the house he'd had since the 70s was ordered by his executors.

Estate agent Andrew Langton, of Aylesford International, told the Daily Mirror: "The most important thing is that Woodland House has gone to a family and not a developer, which is really what Sir Michael wanted."

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