Sir Michael Caine's former house for sale for £5m
Sir Michael Caine's former London home is being sold for almost £5 million.
The 82-year-old actor's previous house, where he lived during the 60s, is located near Hyde Park has been put on the market for the hefty asking price of £4,950,000.
One of just 12 homes on the cobbled street of Albion Close, the terrace, which was originally two mews houses but has since been merged, is just a short walk from Park Lane.
The gorgeous property is complete with four generous-sized bedrooms, a library and a study area, as well as an open plan kitchen-come-diner, perfect for entertaining guests.
The interiors are light and bright with solid oak flooring throughout, while the large windows and glass double doors allow the summer sunlight to seep through.
The kitchen boasts gloss white touch opening and soft close cupboards as well as a built-in microwave, a double fridge-freezer, along with a wine fridge and a powerful dishwasher.
The large master bedroom has been decorated with deep royal blue paint, a dark grey feature wall, mink velvet-like carpet, a large walk-in-wardrobe and a spacious en-suite bathroom complete with a bath and state-of-the art shower.
The living room is the perfect place to hold a party, with its funky multi-coloured furniture, large wall-mounted plasma-screen TV and stunning open fire with a thick mantle piece.
The entrance room creates an immediate peaceful vibe upon arrival, while the suave spiral staircase adds mystery.