Tony Blair’s £4million Stately Home

Wealthy Tony Blair
Blair certainly isn’t worried about the housing slowdown; he’s just purchased himself a rather cool mansion in Wotton Underwood, Bucks, for a super cool £4 million.

There’s always been something about Tony Blair that I’ve liked. He carries this certain persona which comes across as rather charming. He’s that embarrassing dad that isn’t all that embarrassing, because he’s just that little bit cool. Know what I mean? Consequently, unlike many, his success doesn’t bother me at all.

Mr Blair is a big draw on the speaking circuit, which has proved to be a lucrative source of income, and I strongly believe that’s directly related to his warming charisma. Do any of you see Gordon Brown’s loveable personality getting him opportunities like that when he’s thrown out of office? I sure as hell don’t. There’s no room for a bulldog chewing a wasp in the public relations circuit. Move over, Brown, you miserable looking hobbit.

It turns out there’s now one more likeable feature about Blair, and that’s his lavish taste in bricks and mortar. He’s already got an impressive property portfolio, but it just got a whole lot better when he added this impressive £4million stately home to it.

Tony Blair's &pound4 million mansion

Tony Blair Chilling Like Snoop DoggLeaving office was probably the best move Blair ever made, because now he’s living it large like Snoop Dog. Mad respect to his excellent timing as well. He cut and run from office just before shit hit the fan with the credit crunch n’ all that shit. Perhaps it’s a little tasteless that he’s buying up property with a £16k monthly repayment mortgage, while the average schmuck off the street is struggling to keep up with a basic £500 interest-only mortgage, but that’s how he rolls. And you know what? I don’t blame him one bit. Every success boils down to timing.

Mr Blair, or as I like to call him now, T-Bizzle, is estimated to have earned about £10 million since his departure from 10 Downing Street. Needless to say, the purchase comes at a time when the Blairs’ bank balance looks pretty healthy.

It’s a Grade I-listed mansion based in South Pavilion, Wotton Underwood, Bucks. The seven-bedroom house, which dates from 1704, comes with a four-bedroom outbuilding conversion, a domed weather vane tower and ornamental gardens. Other features include, a drawing room, ornamental gardens and two paddocks. South Pavilion will act as an out-of-town retreat from the Blairs’ Georgian town house in Connaught Square, London, which they bought in 2004 for £3.5 million. Well, obviously, you’re not anyone if you don’t have get away pad. Ya’ know, just in case you get bored of your primary residency. Psh.

Apparently the one drawback is a lack of privacy as the house lies in the shadow of Wotton House, a stately home open to the public during the summer. Somehow, I’m sure the Blair’s will cope.

Tony Blair's &pound4 million mansion

Tony Blair's &pound4 million mansion

Tony Blair's &pound4 million mansion

Tony Blair's &pound4 million mansion

Pretty impressive, right? This pad was designed for one purpose and one purpose only; i’m sure Blair recognises the potential of what a beehatch magnet his new crib contains. I’m sure he won’t disappoint the P.I.M.P community. Speaking of which, Cherie best step up her game, because you know what can happen to men with power and money…Bill Clinton.

If anyone has any further information on this fly pad, just holla at your boy, Admin.

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BlairSupporter 6th May, 2008 @ 20:06

Yeah, great isn't it? He's finally getting what he's worth. And good for him.

But, you know something, I think he'd give it all up tomorrow if the British people in their present ignorance could be dissuaded from the idea that he is a bad guy, money grabber, war criminal and the rest of the press vomit.

In the meantime, while he sets about proving the press are wrong and HE was right, he can relax in comfort.

I still wish he'd come back as PM, though. We surely need him now.

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The Landlord 11th May, 2008 @ 20:45

Hey BlairSupporter,
I’ve always got a good vibe from Tony, so it’s cool that he’s landed on his feet.
I’m not heavily into politics, so I can’t comment on his political contributions, or lack there of, but I know I prefer him over Brown by a longshot

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dave halsey 7th February, 2009 @ 20:54

Tony Blair, bless him, and we'd all do the same if we could..., learnt from an early age that if you're full of crap and bullsxxt (add that to a cheesy smile and dodgy hand-shake) you'd end up in a £4m stately home and well minted! Er,.........good luck to him too ! :-)

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mark hamilton 17th July, 2009 @ 14:38

Not good luck to him, not sure if your joking, labour the party for the working man, yeah right!

he's a greedy scum bag like the rest of them, even his expences when missing, shredded?

what a greedy cock, we'd do the same for sure, but when you talk for the working man and then peel off chunks for your self, he should have been Tory!

He got that money doing speeches and talks! but up the working man!

I worked hard for my money and give 40% of it back for them to spend on a F***ing duck pond!

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Glen Masuluke 31st July, 2009 @ 08:26

Mr Denzel Washington should give Tony Blair an interior/exterior design book for future use, I mean his house sucks!! Is that an Anglican church, or ...? Geez, doesn't work for me, though it wasn't meant to work for me.

Knd rgds,
Narrow valley

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Dave 22nd March, 2011 @ 11:18

I’ve been looking for a new property and stumbled across this site. Not quite sure what the supply and demand factors of such luxurious properties like this one would actually be. Judging by the current property market I’d say that if Blair ever chose to retire from this property it may not sell for its recommended house valuation

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carl 30th August, 2014 @ 16:06

Some of the commentators here need help, Blair knowingly protected Muslim paedos, is a war criminal ,peace envoy? bollocks! didn't see much of him in the latest war in Gaza. A man of the working class? not.

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