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British presenter James Corden, 44, who announced that this will be his last year at the helm of ‘The Late Late Show’, owns an impressive mansion in oxfordshirein
his native country, which dates from the 60s and its value is around $8.4 million dollars.
Before passing into the hands of Corden, the house belonged to Henry Seymour Conwaywho was Governor of Jersey, so it has history.
The property, which is currently in a state of abandonment and is known as templecombrecould have his days numbered, when it became known that the comedian would also plan to demolish it and build something else in its place.
The current property has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, but remodeling plans would include adding one more bedroom.
“A planning application has been submitted to transform the house, known as Templecombe, and it is expected to be demolished to make way for something new,” the New York Post published.
Outside, it enjoys extensive green areas and a tennis court, as is the case with large mansions in the United Kingdom.
The residence, which has been abandoned for nearly three years and is located on a lot of 43 acreshas been the object of invasions by all kinds of people, including some influencers, which has already led the charismatic presenter to place walls and warning signs stating that legal action will be taken against anyone who dares to enter the property without authorization .
The videos that were released show several of the rooms, as well as the indoor pool, which has been empty for several years in order to prevent it from becoming a source of infection due to stagnant water.
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