Home of UK’s Marilyn Monroe hits the market

Home of UK’s Marilyn Monroe hits the market

The former home of the late Diana Dors, dubbed "England's Marilyn Monroe", has gone on sale with Lurot Brand at an asking price of £6m. Head of Sales Marlon Lloyd Malcolm comments: "It seems wholly appropriate that the house she chose to live in is a beautiful double-fronted Chelsea townhouse."

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Chelsea home of Sixties glamour icon for sale

Chelsea home of Sixties glamour icon for sale

Owners Mark Manduca and Alexandra Gershon have lovingly refurbished the former Chelsea home of the late British "blonde bombshell" Diana Dors. Head of Sales Marlon Lloyd Malcolm observes: "For a buyer who needs priceless heritage, character and beauty, this is the property equivalent of a 'bombshell'.

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Burnsall Street beauty

Burnsall Street beauty

A beautiful Chelsea townhouse once occupied by actress and film star Diana Dors has gone on sale with Lurot Brand for £6m. The actress – known as "England's answer to Marilyn Monroe” lived in the property between 1931 and 1984. Ms Dors frequently threw star-studded parties at this fabulous Burnsall Street property.

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A home with star billing

A remarkable refurbishment

A remarkable refurbishment

"This Chelsea house has been expanded and updated in a tasteful and sympathetic way," says our Head of Sales, Marlon Lloyd Malcolm, describing the former home of British glamour icon Diana Dors. Having undergone a recent renovation, Marlon agrees the Victorian townhouse has fully recaptured its former star quality.

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The budget: what’s in it for UK property?

The budget: what’s in it for UK property?

With a substantial majority in parliament, the Conservative government is now emboldened to come up with its hardest-hitting budget yet. Head of Sales and Managing Director Marlon Lloyd Malcolm says: "I hope they make decisions on what will increase revenues to help pay for the growing needs this country has."

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