Fifty Shades of Grey’s Jamie Dornan sells English lodge for $1.2 million
September 20, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Jamie Dornan’s semi-detached lodge has only one thing in common with his Fifty Shades impression – a colour.
In fact, Dornan’s tangible skill is an English lodge with a £500,000 (NZ$1.2 million) cost beam – and no red room in sight.
It seems a a three-bedroom, one-bathroom cottage has been popular, is already remarkable as underneath offer by offered representative Knight Frank.
The farming getaway has duration features. Photo: SUPPLIED
It’s Grade II listed, in a Westonbirt encampment in Gloucestershire, and dates behind to a 1850s, according to a listing.
Dornan and his wife, Amelia Warner, along with daughter Dulcie, live in another home they possess in London’s Notting Hill.
The Sunday Times Style formerly reported that they transient to the semi-detached panorama home retreat “to get divided from London during a weekends. So that’s dual mortgages.”
A operative grate is a centrepiece of a sitting room. Photo: SUPPLIED
The old-fashioned home has mill mullion leaded light windows, unprotected joist beans and a mill grate in a sitting room, as good as views over a panorama from a four-tier garden.
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