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Daddy had already gifted her a £56million house in Chelsea. But when a girl has the world at her feet, one extraordinarily extravagant home simply isn’t enough.

Which is why Petra Ecclestone – or rather her father, Formula 1 boss Bernie – has paid £91million for the most expensive house in America.

The Manor in Los Angeles will enable the 22-year-old once labelled ‘the most spoilt girl in Britain’ to split her time between the U.S. and UK.

The asking price is high, Petra-fyingly so, one might say.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2003296/Petra-Ecclestone-Candy-Spellings-91m-home-Bernie-Ecclestones-little-rich-girl.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

Daddy had already gifted her a £56million house in Chelsea. But when a girl has the world at her feet, one extraordinarily extravagant home simply isn’t enough.

Which is why Petra Ecclestone – or rather her father, Formula 1 boss Bernie – has paid £91million for the most expensive house in America.

The Manor in Los Angeles will enable the 22-year-old once labelled ‘the most spoilt girl in Britain’ to split her time between the U.S. and UK.

The asking price is high, Petra-fyingly so, one might say.

How vulgar.

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Two sisters that were NOT hit by the credit crunch: Petra and Tamara Ecclestone cash in on a booming London property market

Tamara, 28, has put her seven-bedroom Chelsea house up for sale for £19,750,000 – just five years after buying it for £10,750,000.

Petra's Chelsea house is £32 million - a rise of £12 million since 2009

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2257298/Petra-Tamara-Ecclestone-cash-booming-London-property-market.html

Asking prices these are. They can get away with trying it on with these asking prices when market is so inflated, and yet so much blame is being cast on bankers, media, and friends/family for helping younger people to buy, with SMI and low rates and QE propping it up.

Long term HPC renters themselves putting those who bought at high prices before their own self-interests, and the VI loving it because no challenge at all against them running the house prices supporting policies they're running.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2257298/Petra-Tamara-Ecclestone-cash-booming-London-property-market.html

Asking prices these are. They can get away with trying it on with these asking prices when market is so inflated, and yet so much blame is being cast on bankers, media, and friends/family for helping younger people to buy, with SMI and low rates and QE propping it up.

Long term HPC renters themselves putting those who bought at high prices before their own self-interests, and the VI loving it because no challenge at all against them running the house prices supporting policies they're running.

It'll be interesting to see what these sell for, if they do. This has to be the equivalent of the bellboys giving stock tips.

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I suppose the contrast has to be the likes of EasyStelios, who got a staggering sum from a rich dad, but instead of spoiling himself used it to build a business providing a service, employing people, and contributing to the economy.

But of course that makes him an evil capitalist whose assets have to be heavily taxed ...

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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