Kate Middleton Childhood Home
June 4, 2011 by Post Team
Kate Middleton Childhood Home, When Tom Wyatt and Emma Appleby began to look for a house he just wanted a nice home in a quiet town to raise their children. But yesterday the couple collected the keys to what can only be described as part of Britain’s royal heritage. They are the proud new owners and the childhood home of Kate Middleton in the village of Bradfield Southend in Berkshire. Tom and Emma, two professors at age 35, bought West View, a four-bedroom Victorian semi at auction for £ 485.000. The red brick property is two doors away from Bradfield Church of England Primary School, where Kate studied the girl until she was eight, and where Emma teaches.
It is also a short walk to the Church of San Andres, where Kate, were baptized her younger sister, Pippa and her younger brother, James. The new owners fought against the interests of oligarchs and rich buyers shipping magnates tempted by the novelty of owning a house in the future of the Queen.
Emma, who is expecting the couple’s second child, said that although he knew now illustrious resident of the old property, not why I bought it was. “It’s a large family home and that we can grow,” he said.
“The Middleton factor affecting us all and we had no idea at first. We were attracted by the beautiful people, beautiful house, and primary school well and are close friends.
“We’re just waiting to come and enjoy the summer.” Kate Middleton, now the Duchess of Cambridge after her fairytale marriage to Prince William, lived in West View from birth until the age of 13.
His parents Michael and Carole Middleton bought in 1979, three years before the birth of Kate, for £ 34,700.
Since the announcement of the actual participation of the house has become a key point in the bus tours around what tour guides are asking Middleton country.
Dudley Singleton, the auctioneer who handled the sale, Middleton said the family was pleased that a young couple had the house.
He added: “I met the Duchess of Cambridge and her family long before any of us thought it was going to marry a prince.”
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