David Walliams is selling Noel Gallagher’s former Belsize Park home

David Walliams' property

David Walliams' property - Credit: Archant

Britain’s Got Talent judge and author David Walliams is selling his Hampstead home for 5.35million with Marcus Parfitt.

David Walliams' property

David Walliams' property - Credit: Archant

Walliams bought the Victorian mansion 13 years ago from Noel Gallagher and then wife Meg Matthews for £3.25 million.

The Gallaghers named the property Supernova Heights during the 90s and it was the centre of the Primrose Hill set, hosting hedonistic rock ‘n’ roll parties at the height of the Britpop era.

David Walliams' property

David Walliams' property - Credit: Archant

But Walliams has made a lot of changes to the house, removing ceilings and floors to make vaulted rooms, as well as spectacular double and triple volume areas.

Marcus Parfitt describes it as: “An exceptional architectural masterpiece.”

David Walliams' property

David Walliams' property - Credit: Archant


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The interior has been transformed to make bright and spacious, well planned open family living space with three generous sized opulent bedrooms, an open bathroom with wet area and cast stone bath to the master suite, and a wet area accessed from the other bedrooms. There’s also a 70ft rear garden and roof terrace.

If you’re interested or just fancy a sneak peek, there are more details at marcusparfitt.com

David Walliams' property

David Walliams' property - Credit: Archant

David Walliams' property

David Walliams' property - Credit: Archant

David Walliams' property

David Walliams' property - Credit: Archant

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David Walliams arrives for the Britain's Got Talent - Credit: PA Wire/Press Association Images

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