DAVID Walliams is selling Noel Gallagher’s Supernova Heights for £5.3million.
He bought the plush mansion, in London’s Belsize Park, from the Oasis rocker 13 years ago.
Marcus Parfitt Estate Agent David Walliams is selling Noel Gallagher’s old home, Supernova Heights, for £5.3million
Supernova Heights was known as the place to be for the Brit pack back in the 1990s.
Noel was known for throwing hedonistic house parties that lasted from dusk until dawn.
The Guardian said of the house: “Drunken guests were regularly seen spilling out of Supernova Heights
“Fans milled around seven days a week, and loutish groupies staggered around in drunken stupors.”
Marcus Parfitt Estate Agent Oasis rocker Noel sold him the mansion – which used to hold some hedonistic parties in the 1990s – for £3.25m 13 years ago
When David decided to move in, after paying £3.25m for Noel’s infamous abode, he went to great lengths to modernise the house.
The five storey, three bedroom house, now boasts vaulted rooms after David’s architect removed the ceilings and walls.
It’s now billed as “exceptional architectural masterpiece,” which from the road looks like a traditional Victoria building.
Marcus Parfitt, the company selling the property, added: “The interior has been transformed to make bright and spacious, well planned open family living space with generous sized bedrooms with a feature open bathroom with wet area to the master suite and cast stone bath and wet area accessed from the other bedrooms.
Marcus Parfitt Estate Agent David’s work on the house has led to the estate agent calling it an ‘exceptional architectural masterpiece’
Marcus Parfitt Estate Agent The Britain’s Got Talent judge had a team remove the ceilings and walls to created vaulted rooms
“The house has been finished to the highest of standards with use of the finest materials, fixtures and fittings throughout.”
David’s clever attention to detail means he’s likely to net a decent profit from the sale of the house.
Outside the property has a 70ft garden and boasts an impressive roof terrace with views over the neighbourhood.
There is also a sophisticated alarm system and the property is guarded from the road by large, electronic gates.
Marcus Parfitt Estate Agent The five-storey property boasts a 70ft garden and a roof terrace
Marcus Parfitt Estate Agent His clever use of glass means the back of the property is flooded with light
Inside, David has put down solid oak floor panels which contrast with the sprawling white walls of the property.
The staircase has been specially made for the property and has a glass barrier running up one side.
Inside the large entertaining area in the property, David has created three different areas.
One with an enormous sofa, an island with chairs and a more formal dining table which has six chairs around it.
Marcus Parfitt Estate Agent A more formal area of the large entertaining room has an ornate chandelier with a dining table underneath it
Marcus Parfitt Estate Agent One of the bedrooms has a big freestanding bath in the middle of it
The back of the house has floor to ceiling bifold doors, allowing light to flood into the property.
An enormous chandelier hangs from the centre of the main room close to the futuristic staircase.
Marcus Parfitt Estate Agent And this smaller room, which could possibly belong to David’s five-year-old son, is the perfect space for kids