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Billionaire Timur Kulibayev demolished the old house of Prince of the UK.

Mansion Sunninghill Park in the village of Ascot (County Bercher) 40 km from London, was demolished on the orders of son-in-law of Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, Timur Kulibayev. About it reports The Daily Mail.

Kulibayev had bought the house in 2007 for 15 million pounds, 3 million above the asking price. The demolished house was already dilapidated and its architectural value is not represented, but before that 20 years was home to the second son of Queen Elizabeth II, the Duke of York Andrew, and his wife, Duchess Sarah Ferguson.

The house 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 .

The new home of a Kazakh billionaire is one-third more spacious than the old building. On the estate, in particular, the planned 25-metre indoor pool and landscaped gardens.

We will remind, earlier in a Network showed the mansion is a business partner of Putin.

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