Tamara Ecclestone, daughter of Formula One founder Bernie Ecclestone, has just listed her London home for $32 million!
Now, this might sound like a steal if you're thinking of Tamara's recently renovated 55,000-square-foot Kensington Palace Gardens place, which she purchased in 2010 for $73 million and plunked another $20 million into for its transformation.
Alas, no buyer would ever be so lucky.
The house the 28-year-old heiress is actually trying to unload is another abode—this one being a 6,245-square-foot mansion in nearby Chelsea.
The property features a skylit indoor pool, a custom hair and makeup station and a driveway equipped with a vehicle turntable that the heiress could use whenever she wanted to take any of her high-end cars for a spin…literally!
So does this mean Tamara is ready to downsize her real estate portfolio? Not quite. The heiress has reportedly been eyeing the $125 million Fleur de Lys estate in Los Angeles' Holmby Hills, and some speculate that she's already leased the property!
Maybe the heiress is trying outdo her sister, who famously purchased the Spelling manor for $85 million in 2011.
Ah, sibling rivalry...