Live like a celebrity: This week’s hot properties
Inside Judy Murray's home
Inside Judy Murray's home
Inside Judy Murray's home
Inside Judy Murray's home
Inside Judy Murray's home
Inside Judy Murray's home
Inside Judy Murray's home
Inside Judy Murray's home

Inside Judy Murray's home

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Ever wondered what it would be like to live like a celebrity? It just so happens Judy Murray's home is now on the market. Even if you have no intention of moving, or your budget doesn’t quite stretch to the cool million mark, there’s still something compelling about having a poke around other people’s homes, so go on, have a nosy at the VIP pads below…

 

Khyber House, Stirlingshire

Judy Murray, best known as mother of the world number one tennis champion, Sir Andy Murray, has put her four bedroom traditional country house on the market (scroll through the slideshow at the top of this page to have a proper snoop around). Dating from the 1930s, this Scots Baronial inspired mansion underwent a full refurbishment just five years ago and it’s tastefully decorated of course, but it’s what lies outside that’s the real selling point. No, sadly it doesn’t have a tennis court, but look through the windows of the huge master bedroom (pictured above) for impressive panoramas of the hills of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.

Celebrity suitability: A secluded retreat, ideal for a celeb looking to escape the public eye.

Address: Khyber House, Upper Glen Road, Bridge of Allan, Stirling, FK9 4PX
Price: Offers over £825,000
More information: www.savills.co.uk

 

Shiro House, Edinburgh

Shiro House may not currently have a celebrity resident but it certainly ticks all the boxes when it comes to aspirational living. Enter the contemporary five bedroom villa via the double height hallway and make your way to the kitchen, designed by Colin Wong, UK Kitchen Designer of the Year. Here you’ll find all the latest integrated appliances, premium German furniture and six-metre wide patio doors which flood the kitchen with natural light, making it the ideal entertainment space for VIP parties.

Celebrity suitability: A 24-hour party pad, ideal for entertaining VIP friends.

Address: Shiro House, 108 Cammo Grove, Cammo, Edinburgh, EH4 8HD
Price: Offers over £980,000
More information: www.edinburghprimeproperty.com

 

La Casa, Glasgow

If period features are what you’re after, this magnificent mid 19th Century mansion in Glasgow’s Park Circus is quite literally packed to the rafters with them. We're talking Liberace levels of gold gilding and decorative details. The entrance is lined with striking columns and a wide marble staircase leads to the main reception rooms on the first floor. Plus there’s original metalwork, wood carvings and fine cornice detailing throughout, providing the perfect backdrop to any celebrity photoshoot.

Celebrity suitability: Packed with potential, the ideal showhome for a star with a taste for the opulent. 

Address: La Casa, 22 Park Circus, Park, Glasgow, G3 6BY
Price: Offers over £1,500,000
More information: www.rightmove.co.uk

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