Looking for Rich Women - Having a Rich Wife Helps!More than 200 creditors are still owed millions of pounds after Grant Bovey’sproperty company Imagine Homes went bust in 2008.But now the couple are living in more luxury than ever in a new mock-Tudormansion with two acres of land in a private road in Esher, Surrey. To keep hiscool, Mr Bovey’s house boasts an indoor swimming pool with a vaulted ceilingand roof lanterns and the all important accompanying steam room and viewingbalcony.The house – which is inspired (apparently) by the designs of architect Sir EdwinLutyens – also has an annex for guests, built on top of the garage.Mr Bovey and Miss Turner’s new house was put on the market for &4.75 millionwith estate agents Savills. But experts think it may have been worth &7 millionbefore the credit crunch. It is believed the couple rushed to sign the deal onMonday, two days before stamp duty in England and Wales went up to five percent for homes valued above &1 million. The Daily Mail reported that when toldthat some creditors were angered by his new purchase, Mr Bovey, 49, said, “The house was bought with Anthea’s money and I have no equity interest in theproperty whatsoever.”
His spokesman said the couple had sold their &5 million mansion in Godalming,Surrey, which they had bought from Miss Turner’s friend, DJ Chris Evans.Their &4 million ski chalet in the French Alps was under threat, but the couplehave managed to keep it. Mr Bovey was one of the most high-profile victims ofthe recession when Imagine Homes – Britain’s biggest-buy-to-let company at thetime – filed for bankruptcy. He declared himself bankrupt in March 2010 atGuildford County Court, and was discharged on March 3 this year.Source: www.DateGetLaid.info Real Dating, Real Fun!