Kazakhstani Horelma Peramam Paid £50 million for a London Mansion

Horelma Peramam, a super-wealthy Kazakhstani has paid £50 million ($97 million) for a mansion on Bishop's Avenue one of London's most expensive streets. The Sultan of Brunei and the Saudi Arabian royal family own properties there.

The neo-classical Toprak, with a green copper roof and Grecian-style pillars at the front, sits in two acres of garden and boasts a main salon that is 80ft long with a 30ft dining table, a Turkish bath that can accommodate 20, a swimming pool with a glass bridge and four separate kitchens.

Horelma Peramam now intends to spend another £30 million renovating her property on Bishop's Avenue in genteel Hampstead, north London, adding features including a heliport, beauty salon and cinema.
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