You may own a pantsuit (or two) of Margaret Thatcher’s, but if you really want to channel the Iron Lady, then consider buying her home in London’s Belgravia, which just hit the market for £30 million (about $43,294,500).
According to Savills, which is listing the property, Thatcher lived in the home from 1991 to 2013 when she died. A construction company bought the property after her death, and has since renovated it from top to bottom, adding a garage and an elevator.
Other features of the 6,229-square-foot home include the number “73” plaque at the entrance, which Thatcher installed (the address is No.73 Chester Square); a bomb-proof front door; a gymnasium so you can get guns like the Baroness; a 500-bottle wine cellar; and the same Hopton stone flooring that is used in the House of Parliament.
“If only the walls could talk, one could almost imagine Ronald Reagan and other heads of state sitting with Baroness Thatcher in her dining room,” Richard Gutteridge, Head of Savills Sloane Street office said in a statement. That’s a selling point indeed!