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CONFIRMED: One PwC UK Partner Is Filthy Rich

From the Daily Mail:

Kate Moss has reportedly sold her mansion in Highgate, London for a whopping £11.5million as she seeks to swap city living for life in the country.

The model, 48, has made a £4.25million profit on the home, located next door to George Michael’s former house, which she bought 11 years ago for £7.25million.

According to The Sun, Kate put the property on the market at the end of last year and it was bought by a partner at accountancy firm PWC.

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Kate Moss ‘sells her Highgate mansion for £11.5million as she swaps city living for life in the country’ [Daily Mail]
Kate Moss flogs Highgate mansion for £11.5m and quits London for the countryside [The Sun]

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  1. The interesting thing to note that the stamp duty to buy this property was £1,293,750, which gives a total purchase price of £12,793,750. This ignores any legal costs. I will leave you with that thought.

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