Robbie Williams yet to use his 1.75mn pound pad
Singer Robbie Williams is said to have never stayed in his 1.75 million pound house here despite splurging on its renovation
London: Singer Robbie Williams is said to have never stayed in his 1.75 million pound house here despite splurging on its renovation.
The "Candy" hitmaker bought the house, previously owned by late filmmaker Michael Winner, in December 2013. It is said that despite it's huge price tag, he prefers to stay in hotels when he performs here, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
"The house has a staff in place ready to welcome anyone who wants to stay there, but Robbie himself has opted for hotels when he's been in London, instead of making the journey out to West London after work commitments in town," said a source.
"He bought it for the family and plans to use it one day, but to be in such a big place alone when he's missing them has no appeal.
"He's told all his friends and family they can stay there any time they like, but it's not something he's actually done himself yet.
"It's just easier to crash in a hotel, not worry about anything and then go on to the next gig or jump on a place to the next country," added the source.