A flat fit for a future queen: Kate’s three-bedroom Chelsea home she shared with sister Pippa before becoming a duchess is put up for sale for £1.95m (a sum that would net their parents a £1.2million profit!)
- The Duchess of Cambridge’s parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, bought the home for £780,000 in 2002
- Set on a stylish street, the flat is decorated with neutral colours, patterned curtains and traditional furniture
- The Middletons may have no need for the flat now that Kate lives in Kensington Palace and Pippa in London
The Chelsea home that Kate Middleton shared with her sister Pippa before she became the Duchess of Cambridge has been put on the market for £1.95million.
Kate’s parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, own the three-bedroom flat in west London and are set to make a £1.2million profit from the sale, according to The Sunday Times.
The Middletons, who bought the home for £780,000 in 2002, have not revealed the reason for selling the flat in the well sought after area.
But they may have no need for the property due to The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge now living in Kensington Palace.
The Chelsea home that Kate Middleton shared with her sister Pippa before she became the Duchess of Cambridge has been put up for sale for £1.95million
The bedrooms are decorated with calm and neutral colours and simple furnishings. The home in west London was bought for £780,000 in 2002
The staircase and landing in the Chelsea flat, where Kate and Pippa Middleton lived before Kate became the Duchess of Cambridge
Prince William and Kate Middleton moved into Apartment 1A in 2013 after Prince George was born. The family of five live in the stunning 20-room home that has a view of Hyde Park.
Pippa Middleton married hedge-fund multi-millionaire James Matthews and the couple recently spent £1.2million renovating their five-storey London mansion, which already boasted a gym, an underground cinema, a lift, a ‘staff room’ as well as six bedrooms.
And the third sibling, James, who lives and works in Scotland, divides his time between staying up north, being in London and the seven-bedroom family home in Berkshire.
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Set on a stylish street, the flat Chelsea flat is spread across three floors with a trio of bedrooms decorated with colourful cushions.
The property is decorated with simple and neutral colours and traditional furniture, oriental-style rugs and comfortable sofas.
A spacious dining room includes patterned curtains and old-fashioned mirror. The Middletons have not revealed the reason they are selling the home
The property has two bathrooms tiled in golden-coloured marble with modern fittings. The home is also spread across three floors
The property is set on a stylish street in the sought after area of Chelsea in London. The Middletons could make a “1.2million profit from the sale
And a small kitchen features oak-coloured furnishings with black marble counters and the bathroom is tiled in golden-coloured marble with modern fittings.
A spacious dining room has been furnished with patterned curtains and more traditional furniture, such as old-fashioned mirror.
Calm and neutral colours on the wall suggest the use of Mrs Middleton’s favourite paint from Farrow & Ball and Cord and Hay, according to The Sunday Times.
And the furniture may have been from some of her favourite shops including Peter Jones, a branch of John Lewis in Chelsea.
Kensington Palace said they were unable to comment on the home being put up for sale.
The estate agents, Knight Frank, have been approached for comment.
A bedroom is decorated with neutral colours and furnished with London-themed cushions, patterned curtains and traditional furniture
A small kitchen in the Middleton property has oak furnishings with black marble counters and modern fittings
The property is decorated with simple and neutral colours and traditional furniture, oriental-style rugs and comfortable sofas
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