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Selling Clifford

Max Clifford attempts to sell his bland and frankly boring £3.45 million Surrey home for a million more than he paid for it

 

Already jailed for eight years and now facing further charges of sexually assaulting a 17-year old girl, Max Clifford has placed his house at 10 Onslow Road, Burwood Park, Walton-on-Thames, near Weybridge in Surrey on the market for £3.45 million through Churchods.

 

Selling Clifford – Max Clifford – 10 Onslow Road, Burwood Park, Hersham, Walton-on-Thames, near Weybridge, Surrey, KT12 5BB – Max Clifford house
Max Clifford house for sale – Max Clifford pictured outside 10 Onslow Road, Burwood Park, Hersham Walton-on-Thames, Surrey KT12 5BB telling lies about the subsequently proven allegations against him

 

Previously described by the convicted sex offender and paedophile as a being a place that was “perfect for helping [him] relax”, the somewhat bland residence was built by Octagon Developments in 2004 and has been used as a location for interviews about the likes of Gerry and Kate McCann and Heather Mills. It was purchased by Clifford for £2.45 million in 2006 and includes five reception rooms, six bedrooms and a swimming pool.

 

In 2008, in an interview with The Independent, Clifford spoke about the property and remarked:

 

“As soon as we [Clifford and his then wife, Jo Westwood] walked into this house we fell in love with the place. We didn’t have to do much work to it at all. All we did is redecorate in our style, lots of pastels, to make the house bright and relaxing. We had the kitchen fitted with all the mod cons as Jo loves to cook – whereas I love to eat but I can’t boil an egg”.

 

“It has so much space and is surrounded by greenery – it’s the total opposite of all the buildings, traffic, congestion and noise of London. The house is so relaxing and gentle that some might call it bland. But because I’ve got so much excitement in my life, the quieter and gentler everything is at home, the better”.

 

“I’ve been very lucky to have such a wonderful home. It is a total contrast to the little terrace house in south Wimbledon that I grew up in and that makes me appreciate it all the more… I’ll always know I’ve done it myself. The only person who has made it and paid for it is me”.

 

Selling Clifford – Max Clifford – 10 Onslow Road, Burwood Park, Hersham, Walton-on-Thames, near Weybridge, Surrey, KT12 5BB – Max Clifford house
The house is neutrally decorated and has been stripped of all furnishings

Selling Clifford – Max Clifford – 10 Onslow Road, Burwood Park, Hersham, Walton-on-Thames, near Weybridge, Surrey, KT12 5BB – Max Clifford house
There is a swimming pool in the rear garden

Selling Clifford – Max Clifford – 10 Onslow Road, Burwood Park, Hersham, Walton-on-Thames, near Weybridge, Surrey, KT12 5BB – Max Clifford house
The kitchen is equally bland

Selling Clifford – Max Clifford – 10 Onslow Road, Burwood Park, Hersham, Walton-on-Thames, near Weybridge, Surrey, KT12 5BB – Max Clifford house
The house was searched by officers working on Operation Yewtree in December 2012

 

Elsewhere, Clifford’s daughter, Louise, continues to practise as a PR and continues to trade on her despicable father’s name. Amongst the far from classy clients to have featured on her roster are Karen Danczuk, the ex-wife of the disgraced MP Simon Danczuk.

 

 

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7 COMMENTS

  1. It isn’t as bad as the house owned by the other beast, Stuart Hall, but it’s still pretty ghastly. I would say it’s overpriced too but he needs the money to pay off all the women he’s abused no doubt.

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