Fashion model Daisy Lowe sells her Camden townhouse for £1.82million – after she was sued by celebrity builder for not paying £45,000 refurb bill
Daisy Lowe has sold her Camden mansion for £1.82 million – after being sued by a famous builder for failing to pay a £45,000 renovation bill.
The fashion model, 34, bought the historic three-storey property for £1.55 million in 2017 and set about modernizing it, adding trendy decor and a new kitchen extension.
She sold it last year for £1.82 million – £20,000 more than the asking price of £1.8 million.
The model enthusiastically told followers on Instagram that she and her partner Jordan Saul are ready to tackle a new renovation project together.
The star posted photos of her former home in north London and said: ‘While Ivy is napping, I’m finally going to sit down and start planning our new renovation.
Sale: Daisy Lowe, 34, (pictured) has sold her Camden mansion for £1.82million – after being sued by a celebrity builder for failing to pay a £45,000 renovation bill
Home: The fashion model bought the historic three-storey property (pictured) in 2017 for £1.55 million and set about modernizing it, adding trendy decor and a new kitchen extension
Style: A lot of pink and green paint has been used in the house, with brightly colored upholstery
Design: Daisy got into a fight with her former builder last year after he claimed she still owed him money for her kitchen extension
“I’m very excited to make us a new nest (and slightly nervous about my baby brain taking over and making everything pink).
These are the photos @inigo.house took of my first home and @jordanjaysaul together.
‘I am really proud of what we have achieved after much blood sweat and tears! Now on to the next one.’
Agents describe Inigo House as a “beautiful three-storey house in the Camden Square Conservation Area.”
It was built in the 1860s and has 1,600 square feet of space, including a custom DeVol kitchen.
‘Great care has been taken in the design and renovation, introducing a glass-roofed extension to the rear; all interior and exterior paints are from the ecologically responsible color specialist Lick Paint,” the description continued.
Astonishing: Agents Inigo House describe it as a ‘beautiful three-storey house’
Historic property: Photos show Daisy’s interior touches, perhaps a gift from her designer mother Pearl, throughout the home
Beautiful: The hose has many beautiful details in vintage style, such as this ceiling cap
Colors: The walls of the corridor are painted light pink, while the stairs are green
Stars: The house is close to the one owned by Amy Winehouse when she died, and is in a celebrity-filled enclave
Clothing: You can see Daisy’s wardrobe bursting at the seams
Impressive: ‘The kitchen is perhaps the most impressive room’, according to the description
Baby: Daisy and Jordan welcomed their first child, daughter Ivy, in April
‘Historic features have been revealed, restored and celebrated, including beautiful Victorian cornices, sash windows, mantelpieces and pine floors.
“In addition, the house is equipped with a speaker system for a Sonos unit throughout.”
The house is close to the one owned by Amy Winehouse when she died, and is in a celebrity-filled enclave.
“The kitchen is perhaps the most impressive room,” the description continues.
‘Recently designed and completed by DeVol and set in a glass mono-pitch roof extension, the contemporary addition flows effortlessly with the main house, both spatially and in terms of design quality.’
Photos show Daisy’s interior details, perhaps a gift from her designer mother Pearl, throughout the house.
A lot of pink and green paint has been used in the house, with brightly colored upholstery.
You can see her wardrobe bursting at the seams, while a bathroom uses brightly colored floral wallpaper.
Daisy got into a fight with her former builder last year after he claimed she still owed him money for her kitchen extension.
But the fashion model claimed that the work was not up to par.
Daisy and Jordan welcomed their first child, daughter Ivy, in April.