£15m Hampstead mansion sign of better times

The first is Godfrey Bradman, who paid around £2m in 1985 to turn the derelict hulk into a sumptuous home before succumbing to planning objections and a slight hiccup when Rosehaugh went bust. Paul Reichmann of Canary Wharf fame stepped in, forking out £3m before Olympia & ...

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