Boy George asks $19.5 million for impressive London mansion

Boy George owned this mansion for 40 years – Photo: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images.

British singer Boy George has decided to sell the mansion in London, England, which he has owned since the 1980s.

The also-fashion designer listed the property on the real estate market with a price of £17 million, or about $19.5 million.

This property was built in 1868, and during all these years, it has had some renovations, including the one in the 1950s that turned it into a house divided into duplexes. It is not known if the singer changed this.

What is known is that the main house has an extension of 5,500 square feet distributed in six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a foyer, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen, a laundry room, a meditation room, and other amenities.

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Its facade is highlighted by smooth beige bricks adorned with red Mansfield stone. On the other hand, the interior looks quite modern, with marble columns included.

Glass walls surround the kitchen, and in addition to having a central island with a table that serves as a breakfast area, it also has direct access to an outdoor dining area.

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The master bedroom is spacious with a large bed, sitting area, private bathroom, and other luxurious details that the music star surely enjoyed for over 40 years.

Green areas with walkways, a terrace, and other details are ideal for outdoor enjoyment outside the property.