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George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin buy English estate

The home was listed for $16 million last year
October 11, 2014 01:00PM

Newlyweds George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin’s have closed on a multimillion-dollar spread in “Downton Abbey.”

The couple are the lord and lady of the Mill House, a 17th-century manor on the Thames in the village of Sonning, about 40 miles from Central London, according to the New York Daily News. They purchased the house nine days after their Venetian wedding, according to the Land Registry office in Gloucester, England.

The mansion sits on a four-acre island in the Thames and is just an hour from Highclere Castle, the 5,000-acre estate used in the hit PBS series “Downton Abbey.”

The nine-bedroom estate was listed last year for $16 million but the price the celebrity couple paid was not disclosed. [NYDN] Christopher Cameron

  • She said too small…

    Looks kind of poony, we expected a castle right?

  • Hello . . .

    where is the castle Sir Georgie?

  • Marc

    I’m always impressed when Hollywood communists and their beards spend lots of money.

    • Char4Dew

      It is all a prop. GC is getting prepped for political agenda.
      this is not a love story, and because our economy is what it is they do not wish to seem opulent. (I’ve been right about these things before, won’t be surprised if I am right again)

  • Char4Dew

    LOL… I am not sure about that, Me don’t know…. But it is definitely a business plan.
    more like a political plan.