Kazakh Oligarch Kulibayev Demolished Mansion Of The Members Of The British Royal Family Near London

Kazakh Oligarch Kulibayev Demolished Mansion Of The Members Of The British Royal Family Near London

Son-in-law of Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, the billionaire Timur Kulibayev, demolished the mansion Sunninghill Park in Ascot (County Bercher), 40 km from London associated with the history of the British Royal family, reports the Daily Mail.

Kulibayev bought the house with 12 bedrooms, in 2007, for 15 million pounds. Now he plans to build a new mansion which will be one-third larger than the old. The adjacent land is planned, in particular, a 25-metre indoor pool and landscaped gardens, writes NEWSru.com.

Demolished mansion for 20 years was home to the second son of Queen Elizabeth II, the Duke of York Andrew, and his wife Duchess Sarah Ferguson. It was built by the Queen specifically for the couple as a wedding gift in 1986. In 1996 the marriage broke up, but we know that the ex-wife used this alone until 2006.

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