Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams sells London home for £5.35million

Someone’s got a talent for property! BGT judge David Walliams nets a £2m profit on his London home – dubbed Supernova Heights when Noel Gallagher lived there – after renovating and selling it on for £5.35million

  • Britain’s Got Talent judge, 46, bought the three-bedroom house in Belsize Park, north London in 2005
  • He lived there with his ex-wife Lara Stone, 35, but the couple divorced in 2015 and he decided to sell up 
  • Oasis star Noel Gallagher lived there in the 1990s and it was named ‘Supernova Heights’ after his wild parties  

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David Walliams has bagged himself a £2million profit on the London home he shared with his ex-wife, which was once home to Noel Gallagher and his wild house parties.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 46, bought the three-bedroom townhouse in Belsize Park, north London in 2005 and lived there with his ex-wife Lara Stone, 35, and their son Alfred, five.

It cost him £3.25million at the time, but 14 years on after large-scale renovations it has sold for £5.35million.

The plush pad, which boasts a roof terrace and floor-to-ceiling windows, used to belong to Oasis star Noel, 51, who named it Supernova Heights after the final song on the album What’s The Story Morning Glory, which made the band millions of pounds.

David Walliams, 46, bought this three-bedroom townhouse in Belsize Park, north London in 2005 and lived there with his ex-wife Lara Stone, 35, and their son Alfred, five until the couple split in 2015. He has now sold it for a £2million profit

David Walliams, 46, bought this three-bedroom townhouse in Belsize Park, north London in 2005 and lived there with his ex-wife Lara Stone, 35, and their son Alfred, five until the couple split in 2015. He has now sold it for a £2million profit 

The plush pad (pictured from the rear), which boasts a roof terrace and floor-to-ceiling windows, used to belong to Oasis star Noel, 51, who named it Supernova Heights after the final song on the album What's The Story Morning Glory, which made the band millions of pounds

The plush pad (pictured from the rear), which boasts a roof terrace and floor-to-ceiling windows, used to belong to Oasis star Noel, 51, who named it Supernova Heights after the final song on the album What’s The Story Morning Glory, which made the band millions of pounds

The spacious property in London's trendy NW3 postcode, is full of smooth, contoured furniture and fittings

The spacious property in London’s trendy NW3 postcode, is full of smooth, contoured furniture and fittings 

His former London home cost David Walliams (pictured) £3.25million when he bought it in 2005, but 14 years on after large-scale renovations it has sold for £5.35million

His former London home cost David Walliams (pictured) £3.25million when he bought it in 2005, but 14 years on after large-scale renovations it has sold for £5.35million

He sold it to David Beckham’s best friend Dave Gardner and relocated to Buckinghamshire with his then-wife Meg Mathews in 1999.    

The five-storey Victorian home boasts a stylish living area, an extensive garden, and private parking. 

There is also a huge open-plan bathroom with a large cast stone bath. Former neighbours in the trendy NW3 postcode have included Sadie Frost and Bob Hoskins.   

One of the rooms in the sprawling property has been turned into a child's bedroom complete with a London bus bed

One of the rooms in the sprawling property has been turned into a child’s bedroom complete with a London bus bed 

The master bedroom (pictured) has integrated wardrobes as well as am open-plan en-suite with a freestanding bath and plenty of open space

The master bedroom (pictured) has integrated wardrobes as well as am open-plan en-suite with a freestanding bath and plenty of open space

When Walliams bought it more than a decade ago he knocked down some of the walls and transformed it from a four to a three-bedroom property. 

He removed ceilings and floors to create double and triple storey spaces within the house, as well as renovating the exterior.  

The Little Britain comedian is estimated to be worth £25million and he is thought to have pocketed £1million judging the latest run of Britain’s Got Talent. The new series will start on ITV next month.  

A separate bathroom area has a stone freestanding bath and wet room shower, with plenty of natural light offered by a large window looking out onto the street

A separate bathroom area has a stone freestanding bath and wet room shower, with plenty of natural light offered by a large window looking out onto the street

The stylish, modern-feel staircase a the property in north London is pictured with an elephant statue at the bottom

The stylish, modern-feel staircase a the property in north London is pictured with an elephant statue at the bottom 

The five-storey Victorian home boasts a stylish living area (pictured) an extensive garden, and private parking

The five-storey Victorian home boasts a stylish living area (pictured) an extensive garden, and private parking

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