Boris Johnson as your new Landlord for just £2,000 a week?

Love or hate him, Boris Johnson certainly grabs plenty of headlines from his Brexit activities to his barnet and now you have the chance to get that little bit closer to him as his former marital home is up for rent at £2,000 a week. The Islington 5 bedroom end of terrace house is being listed by Knight Frank and is available to view on Rightmove here.

Boris’s recent split from his wife Marina Wheeler is the main reason the property is up for rent, so the media reports, and will offer the new tenant a very conveniently located character property that appears to be freshly decorated throughout.

Knight Frank’s description includes:

Knight Frank are extremely pleased to offer one of the best houses to come to the rental market in Islington. At just under 3,300 square feet and arranged over five floors, the property offers ample space in both the reception areas and in the bedrooms. The property retains a wealth of period features and comprises a beautiful double reception room on the raised ground floor leading to a quiet study area overlooking the gardens and the Regents canal. There is a large open plan kitchen/dining room on the lower ground floor with a further casual reception area leading out to the south easterly facing garden. With a private roof terrace, dressing room and bathroom, the master bedroom is found on the first floor, with two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom on each of the top two floors. The property also offers off street parking and ample storage throughout. Available beginning of March on an unfurnished basis.

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