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Sir David Frost selling Hampshire home for £5m
BROADCASTER Sir David Frost is selling his Hampshire home for £5.25 million after living there for 25 years.
Sir David, who has interviewed eight prime ministers and seven American presidents, and his wife Lady Carina are selling their Grade 2*-listed home in Michelmersh.
Estate agents Knight Frank have said the property, set in 21 acres of woodland three and a half miles outside Romsey, is on the market courtesy of estate agents Knight Frank.
Stephen Fry, Lord Andrew Lloyd-Webber and Baroness Margaret Thatcher are just some of the many famous people visited their home in Hampshire.
Sir David – who has presented many shows throughout his career including Through The Keyhole – and Lady Carina are moving to Hambledon in the Chilterns in Oxfordshire to be closer to family.
The television personality became a household name on both sides of the Atlantic when he interviewed shamed US president Richard Nixon who admitted there was a cover up over the Watergate scandal.
The series of interviews was dramatised into a play and then a film called Frost/Nixon.