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Inside Rita Ora's £7.5m London home: Singer gives a tour of her Grade II-listed six-bedroom mansion


Rita Ora has given fans a tour of her £7.5million, Grade II-listed London home on Wednesday, showing the stylish interiors in a new video for Architectural Digest.

The singer, 31, purchased the six-bedroom Victorian-era abode – originally built in 1877 – last year and the property  has since undergone extensive renovations to transform it into the home it is today. 

Taking to Instagram, Rita showed off the fruits of her labour and gave followers a glimpse of the stunning house which featured cosy furnishings, a tranquil garden, original features and a historic link to illustrator Arthur Rackham. 

Welcome in: Rita Ora has given fans a tour of her £7.5million, Grade II-listed London home on Wednesday, showing the stylish interiors in a new video for Architectural Digest

Nice work! The singer, 31, purchased the six-bedroom Victorian-era abode - originally built in 1877 - last year and the property has since undergone extensive renovations to transform it into the home it is today

Welcome in: Rita Ora has given fans a tour of her £7.5million, Grade II-listed London home on Wednesday, showing the stylish interiors in a new video for Architectural Digest

Opening the door to her home in North London’s Primrose Hill, Rita explained in the video – also shared by Architectural Digest – that the ‘main reason’ she bought the home was ‘because of the history’, adding later that she’s ‘always had an attraction to homes with an old spirit.’

As she welcomed the camera crew inside, she explained the historical link, stating: ‘It was built in the 1800s, originally owned by an illustrator called Arthur Rackham, one of my favorite artists. 

‘He did all the illustration for Alice In Wonderland, Red Riding Hood… the house has a lot of energy, good energy – all the creative juices that I need and that I felt as soon as I walked in here.’

Clearly proud of the history of the home, Rita happily showed off an ornate dark wooden room divider which separated her dining and living room, telling how the feature has been in the home since the house was built.

Take a look: Taking to Instagram, Rita showed off the fruits of her labour and gave followers a glimpse of the stunning house which featured cosy furnishings, a tranquil garden, original features and a historic link to illustrator Arthur Rackham

Take a look: Taking to Instagram, Rita showed off the fruits of her labour and gave followers a glimpse of the stunning house which featured cosy furnishings, a tranquil garden, original features and a historic link to illustrator Arthur Rackham

History: Opening the door to her home in North London¿s Primrose Hill, Rita explained that the 'main reason' she bought the home was 'because of the history', adding later that she's 'always had an attraction to homes with an old spirit'

This way please? Rita looked fabulous in a white patterned dress as she showed off her historic home

History: Opening the door to her home in North London’s Primrose Hill, Rita explained that the ‘main reason’ she bought the home was ‘because of the history’, adding later that she’s ‘always had an attraction to homes with an old spirit’ 

Lovely: The tour showcased Rita's light and airy living room, which featured cream sofas, cosy furnishings, a glittering chandelier and glass doors which opened up into the garden

Lovely: The tour showcased Rita’s light and airy living room, which featured cream sofas, cosy furnishings, a glittering chandelier and glass doors which opened up into the garden

Rita informed her fans that the house’s former owner Arthur, who died in 1939, has posed for a picture with the very same dividers, with the Anywhere hitmaker hoping to replicate the image with her own picture.  

The tour showcased Rita’s light and airy living room, which featured cream sofas, cosy furnishings, a glittering chandelier and glass doors which opened up into the garden. 

Over in the kitchen, there were dark wood cupboards with with white marble countertops – with the room flooded with plenty of sunlight thanks to the expansive windows.

Former owner: As she welcomed the camera crew inside, she explained the historical link, stating: 'It was built in the 1800s, originally owned by an illustrator called Arthur Rackham, one of my favorite artists'

Looking back: 'He did all the illustration for Alice In Wonderland, Red Riding Hood¿ the house has a lot of energy, good energy - all the creative juices that I need and that I felt as soon as I walked in here'

Former owner: As she welcomed the camera crew inside, she explained the historical link, stating: ‘It was built in the 1800s, originally owned by an illustrator called Arthur Rackham, one of my favorite artists’

Original: Clearly proud of the history of the home, Rita happily showed off an ornate dark wooden room divider which separated her dining and living room, telling how the feature has been in the home since the house was built

Cooking up a storm: Over in the kitchen, there were dark wood cupboards with with white marble countertops - with the room flooded with plenty of sunlight thanks to the expansive windows

Cooking up a storm: Over in the kitchen, there were dark wood cupboards with with white marble countertops – with the room flooded with plenty of sunlight thanks to the expansive windows

The garden offers a tranquil oasis away from the hustle and bustle of city life, with the outdoor space decorated with stone statues and water features alongside plenty of greenery. 

Meanwhile, a snug room was a feast for the eyes, with funky rugs, plush upholstery, pink walls, an inviting fireplace and a neon sign. 

The Architectural Digest also showcased a further glimpse into the house, with the publication featuring a look at Rita’s dressing room which had a wall of baseball caps and rows upon rows of trainers.

Her crisp, white bathroom meanwhile included gold fixtures and a black and white checked floor which was original to the home.

A vision: The garden offers a tranquil oasis away from the hustle and bustle of city life, with the outdoor space decorated with stone statues and water features alongside plenty of greenery

A vision: The garden offers a tranquil oasis away from the hustle and bustle of city life, with the outdoor space decorated with stone statues and water features alongside plenty of greenery

Gorgeous: Meanwhile, a snug room was a feast for the eyes, with funky rugs, plush upholstery, pink walls, an inviting fireplace and a neon sign

Gorgeous: Meanwhile, a snug room was a feast for the eyes, with funky rugs, plush upholstery, pink walls, an inviting fireplace and a neon sign

While a great willow tree was seen in the middle of the garden, with the Fifty Shades Of Grey actress commenting: ‘It just felt like if I didn’t get this house, I’d be an idiot.’ 

It comes after Rita appeared in great spirits as she signed a fans portrait of herself to help raise money for charity Unicef on Wednesday.

The singer cut a casual figure in a black and white tracksuit top and matching bottoms as she posed beside the amazing piece of artwork. 

Relaxing space: Her crisp, white bathroom meanwhile included gold fixtures and a black and white checked floor which was original to the home

Relaxing space: Her crisp, white bathroom meanwhile included gold fixtures and a black and white checked floor which was original to the home

She looked radiant as she sported a soft glam makeup look with a swipe of nude lipstick, while styling her golden locks in curls. 

The video was posted by Soccer Aid for UNICEF’s Instagram page, with Rita resharing the post to her story. 

The page penned: ‘How amazing is this portrait by @drgotts signed by your favourite @socceraid stars, the pics were shot to raise money for @unicef_uk and you can buy a print too with the proceeds helping children worldwide.’ 

Choices: The Architectural Digest also showcased a further glimpse into the house, with the publication featuring a look at Rita's dressing room which had a wall of baseball caps and rows upon rows of trainers

Choices: The Architectural Digest also showcased a further glimpse into the house, with the publication featuring a look at Rita’s dressing room which had a wall of baseball caps and rows upon rows of trainers

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