Princess Diana’s Family House On the Market After Decades

The family house of Princess Diana, where her “wicked stepmother” formerly resided, is on the market for £10.95 million.

John, the late Princess of Wales’s father, purchased the Mayfair mansion in 1990, and the royal family resided there for most of her last years.

Diana’s stepmother, Countess Raine Spencer, became the sole owner of the expansive estate after John died in 1992.

There was an infamous incident, which sounds like a scene from a Disney movie fairytale, in which Princess Diana pushed her evil stepmother, Raine, down the stairs.

Diana and her siblings referred to her as “Acid Raine.”

Raine did not join John on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ 1981 wedding.

However, after Diana’s marriage to Charles ended in divorce, rumors had it that she had a reconciliation and grew close to Raine. The story at the time stated that as the Princess was coming to terms with the breakdown of her marriage — while estranged from her mother — Raine had provided a no-nonsense shoulder to cry on.

Just two days after John passed away, Raine was forcibly removed from Althorp House, forcing her to seek refuge at the Mayfair mansion on Farm Street, which is now on the market.

The widow’s reaction was to paint the dining room a vibrant crimson, identical to the one in Althorp—a color that has remained unchanged to this day.

This relatively new house in London’s most exclusive area boasts four bedrooms and five bathrooms, having been constructed in the early 1980s.

The five-story townhouse shows well, with its over 5,000 square feet of restored space, marble floors, and new, luxurious carpets adorning it.

Chestertons is offering this house, which has a private elevator, a rooftop patio, underground parking, and on-site personnel.

The magnificent Althorp House boasts 30 opulent bedrooms spread across 100,000 square feet.

On the premises, you can find a billiard room, a ballroom, and an outstanding gallery housing artwork, such as War and Peace by Anthony van Dyck, painted in 1637.

Princess Diana’s last resting place is also here.