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On the move: you could live in Sienna Miller’s former home

PUBLISHED: 17:00 23 August 2016

You could live like Sienna Miller for just £9,750 a month

You could live like Sienna Miller for just £9,750 a month

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Rumour has it the actress has put her Queen’s Park home - with it’s Matthew Williamson and Kelly Hoppen interiors - up for rent

The living room is said to include a distinctive Matthew Williamson wallpaper (Image: PA Photo/HandoutThe living room is said to include a distinctive Matthew Williamson wallpaper (Image: PA Photo/Handout

Star of the silver screen and former card carrying member of the Primrose Hill set Sienna Miller is struggling to sell her home in Queen’s Park.

According to The Sunday Times she bought the five bedroom pad for £2.7million in 2011, and put it on the market in 2014 for £3million.

Many prime property owners who struggle to find buyers look to the luxury rental market for solace, and Miller, it seems, is no exception. The paper says the home will be available to rent from September for £9,750 a month.

Miller refurbished the place with the help of celebrity friends Matthew Williamson and her former stepmother Kelly Hoppen.

The bedroom is decked out in distinctive Kelly Hoppen tones (Image: PA Photo/Handout)The bedroom is decked out in distinctive Kelly Hoppen tones (Image: PA Photo/Handout)

The lucky tenant will enjoy the luxurious wooden floors throughout, flamboyant chinoiserie wallpaper and and a bedroom decorated in tasteful shades of taupe.

Of course, when we approached the agent listing a property matching that description there was a resounding “no comment” but either way it’s a beautiful property in its own right with fabulous views over the park.


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