With its rusting tin rooftop and spoiled wooden dividers, the delicate structure has been utilized as a garage, workshop and storeroom. In any case, today, like never before, one man’s shed is another’s potential goldmine. This is why in the course of recent months the proprietors of this crumbling heap have been transforming it into a three-room house worth around £500,000.
To be built from powder-covered aluminium and shaped glass, and with the rooftop raised to permit space for a level floor, included in the site would be a path giving untainted perspectives over the moving Buckinghamshire countryside.
As it has been revealed, Tony Blair and his rich family are the owners of the controversial shed. The fortunes of the Blairs have been followed since their departure from 10 Downing Street and may come to many as no little surprise.
For the most recent decade, they have developed an outstanding property range comprising of 39 homes and flats whose value is priced at £35million. Tony and Cherie’s investments include student digs in Manchester, homes in London and Buckinghamshire, worth more than £20million alone. Not to be beaten, their youngsters have caught up with their parents by achieving their own statures on the property step.
The Blair’s oldest child Euan, lives in a townhouse calculated to be worth around £4.6million. A year ago, his 33-year-old sibling Nicky splashed out £2.75million on another London property. In the mean-time, their sister Kathryn, 30, possesses two London houses, the first of which was purchased in 2015 and is worth approximately £1.4million. A year ago, she purchased a second house for £2.4million. Now her second home is undergoing redesigning which will probably increase the property’s value even further.
Leo, the Blair’s fourth and most youthful youngster turned eighteen last May. As we can uncover, extinguishing his birthday candles meant he was invited into the ‘family firm’, by being made the co-owner of a £800,000 house near the Blairs’ country seat.