Diamond Billionaire's Posh London Home
A few weeks ago, I mentioned that diamond billionaire Lev Leviev was switching his main residence to London. It looks like he's found a place to call home sweet home and it just happens to be the most expensive new property ever sold in Britain. Leviev's new house in Hampstead, North-West London cost him £35million. The house will be home to Leviev, his wife Olga and two of his nine children. The home's luxurious features include a cinema, a nightclub, hair salon, an armor-plated front door and an indoor pool that turns into a ballroom with the touch of a button. The house was designed by architect William Bertram of Bath and was originally built for property developer Mansour Namaki, who decided to move to Regent's Park instead. The Telegraph has more pictures of the home including the indoor pool and a £750,000 stone staircase.