Feb 2 2013
Psychopath Tony Blair paid £1.35m in cash for home number SEVEN: Splashed out on a four-storey Georgian townhouse for son Nicky
The Daily Mail
Now, don’t you just want to send the Mass Murder an Email congratulating him on his family’s latest acquisition?
- The house bought for Nicky Blair brings Blairs’ empire to £20million
- New property is walking distance from Blairs’ five-storey £3.65m mansion
PUBLISHED: 00:23, 2 February 2013 | UPDATED: 00:46, 2 February 2013
Tony and Cherie Blair were not initially noted for their shrewd moves in the housing market.
Shortly before London’s property boom, they sold the Islington home where Mr Blair plotted Labour’s 1997 election victory and moved into Downing Street.
But if that was a painful lesson, it is one that they learned very quickly.
Nicky’s new Georgian townhouse, worth £1.35m is walking distance from the Blairs’ £3.65m mansion
Now it emerges that another property has been added to the Blair portfolio – this time a new home for son Nicky – as they continue to invest the former Prime Minister’s growing fortune in some of the capital’s prime locations.
The four-storey, £1.35million Georgian townhouse in central London was paid for with cash.
It is the third costly home in almost as many years that the Blairs have bought, mortgage-free, for their children and brings the combined value of the seven properties owned by the family to an estimated £20million.
But given that Mr Blair reputedly earns £20million a year from government advisory work, speeches and consultancy work and has amassed a fortune of up to £60million, it will hardly dent the family finances.
Nicky’s new house, like his previous property and the homes bought for siblings Euan and Kathryn, is within walking distance of the Blairs’ mansion, which they bought in 2004 for £3.65million.
Two flats in Bristol which Cherie Blair bought for £260,000 (left) and the Blairs’ £800,000 London mews house
According to Land Registry documents, all the children’s properties have joint ownership between them and their mother Cherie.
The latest purchase, an un-modernised mid-terrace property was bought four months ago and the Blairs’ second son has obtained permission to drastically improve the house. Nicky, 27, a former teacher with ambitions to become a football agent, intends to erect a single-storey extension – with a ‘living sedum’ roof (made from plants).
The work to provide a new kitchen and create ‘a good family home’ is understood to be costing several hundred thousand pounds.
A spokesman for the Blairs said Nicky’s nearby mews house, bought for £1.13million in 2009 – again, without a mortgage – has been sold. The four-bedroom home was described as ‘the ultimate lad’s pad’. Last month it emerged that a computer games firm and football agency run by Nicky was being dissolved five years after its launch.
Grade II listed townhouse bought for Euan (left) and Georgian house bought for Kathryn for nearly £1 million
Accounts filed at Companies House show Magnitude Gaming made losses of almost £4,000 in 2008, more than £8,000 in 2009 and almost £17,000 in 2010. Oxford graduate Nicky and university friend Gabriel Moraes each owned a 40 per cent share, while Cherie had a 20 per cent stake. The company is solvent with no debts.
Magnitude Gaming said it was restructuring to carry on trading as Magnitude Partnership.
In 2010, Mrs Blair and eldest son Euan, 29, bought a townhouse for £1.29million. The three-bedroom, two bathroom Georgian property was purchased with a mortgage.
Later in 2010, the Blairs paid £975,000 in cash for a three-bedroom maisonette for daughter Kathryn – again with Mrs Blair as joint owner with her child. Kathryn, 24, has followed her parents into the legal profession.
The rest of the Blair property empire is outside London.
South Pavilion, the magnificent country estate in the Chilterns once owned by Sir John Gielgud, is now valued at twice the £5.75million they paid for it four years ago.
Less profitable were the two discounted flats in Bristol that Mrs Blair bought in 2003 with the help of convicted fraudster Peter Foster. She paid £262,500 for each but one has since been sold for £260,000.
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Tony Blair: A Study In Psychopathy
by Zen Gardner
This will be brief.
“A picture is worth a thousand words” may sound trite, but it encapsulates a serious truth. Take a look for yourself.
Tony is the kind of pathetic entity that rises to the top of a dog eat dog pyramid structure we’re told we need to live by.
That’s total BS. We don’t need them or any such structure. That structure is imposed, like royalty. A phony hierarchical supposition by would-be controllers on an unsuspecting populace. Yet they fall for the illusion.
The truth of the matter is, these usurping parasites need us to survive.
Tony glorying in his power….
I know….fill in your own caption.
Classic sunshine Tony….vampirish or what…
Just for fun…(not really…)
Whoops…dark side showing?…with lover boy Bob Geldof?
Bob showing off his Illuminati credentials…
Perfect photoshop pic…couldn’t help it…..
And now the the quintessential Tony:
Future Prime Minister of the UK. Disturbing doesn’t cover it.
They “rule” over us. Bother you?
Psycho or no-go is their logo….