Jerry Hall and Rupert Murdoch snap up a little place in the Oxfordshire countryside… for £11million
As the former partner of Rolling Stones star Mick Jagger, Jerry Hall has never been short of a luxury pad to call home. PHOTOGALLERY HERE Dailymail
And she’s not exactly slumming it since marrying the billionaire media tycoon Rupert Murdoch either, for I hear that the supermodel has been handed the keys to an £11.25 million palace in the Chilterns.
The couple are the new owners of handsome Holmwood House, a Grade II listed Georgian property near Henley-on-Thames.
The house has an interesting history and was once a haven for 19th Century poets Algernon Charles Swinburne and Lord Tennyson.
The Texan beauty queen remained at the couple’s magnificent mansion in Richmond, South-West London, and left only after marrying Murdoch in 2016.
A clause in her divorce settlement with Jagger stated she had to quit the property if she remarried.
However, it looks like Jerry, 63, is having the last laugh by moving to the Oxfordshire countryside with Murdoch, 88.
Their new home, built in the 1700s, boasts an infinity pool, library, ballet studio, and 11 bedrooms, each with a bathroom – an extremely unusual feature for a listed property, according to the estate agents handling the sale.
There are also three annexes – each with a gated entrance – in the 26 acres of grounds, providing accommodation for staff or guests.