Inside Victoria And David Beckham’s New £50 million London Home

Victoria and David Beckham bring unusual LA comforts back to London, as they find their dream home near the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Victoria and David Beckham may look set to stay put in the UK for good this time, but it seems the family couldn’t help but inject their new London home with a bit of LA lifestyle.

Said to be eyeing up a swanky, five-story mansion in West London, Posh and Becks have apparently picked out a property with a working panic room.

‘Security is a concern and the new house had a soundproof panic room,’ a source told The Mirror.

Adding: ‘It may sound OTT but they are actually the norm in Los Angeles.’

David and Victoria moved out of their beloved ‘Beckingham Palace’ last month, which sold for £9.5 million, along with two Jaguars and the family’s £2.6 million holiday home in France.

But with little time to dwell on their first family home, sob, the couple will bag some impressive new neighbours in Kate Middleton and Prince William.

According to reports, the Beckhams’ dream London home is just a stone’s throw away from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge‘s home at Kensington Palace.

Jealous, us?

As as well as a small AstroTurf pitch – to encourage Wills round for a game of football, we hope – the seven-bedroom house boasts an underground spa, a pool, an indoor cinema, library, underground car park, and ‘staffed massage rooms’. 

‘After months of searching they have found their dream city home. Their offer should get accepted any day now,’ the source said. ‘It is in a perfect, quiet location with discreet, well-to-do neighbours.

‘David and Victoria want everything perfect. It will be unique.’ 

Currently living in a rented mews house, the family, including three sons, Brooklyn, Cruz and Romeo, and two-year-old daughter Harper, aren’t expected to move until late 2014.

Does David and Victoria’s new London mansion sound like your dream home?

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