By Patrick Sawer 09 Oct 2014
George Clooney and his new wife, the London-based human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin, appear to have settled for their marital home on the River Thames in Berkshire
It didn’t take long for word to spread through the small Berkshire village of Sonning that someone had bought one of the finest homes in the area – a £10million Grade II listed manor house on the River Thames.
After marrying in Venice last month, Clooney and his new wife, the London-based human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin, appear to have settled for their marital home in Sonning, Berkshire.
The nine-bed roomed house has its own library, gym, spa and steam room, along with a cellar and a boathouse and separate cottage for guests or staff.
Set in four acres and surrounded by dense trees and expansive gardens it offer all the seclusion required of an A-list couple.
And with Uri Geller and Theresa May, the Home Secretary, living nearby, the residents of Sonning are used to spotting the occasional celebrity.
Clooney is understood to have been drawn to the area after visiting the nearby Oxfordshire village of Fingest last June to shoot scenes for his film The Monuments Men. SOURCE Telegraph
- Theresa May, the cabinet minister responsible for MI5, and responsible for dealing with the child abuse crisis.
- Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, who hopes to become the next Prime Minister.
- Uri Geller
- Led Zeppelin’s guitarist, Jimmy Page
- George and Amal Clooney
- Glenn Hoddle,
- Jon Lord, composer and founder member of the 1970s group Deep Purple
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