Kate Moss’s Neighbors May Deprive Her of a Steam Room

Kate Moss. Photo: Dave M. Benett/2011 Dave M. Benett

Kate Moss's new house, an £8 million mansion in the London suburb Highgate, formerly belonged to the celebrated British poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge and, more recently, the playwright J.B Priestley. So it's beautiful and historic, but also short a few essentials like a gym, a steam room, and satellite dishes for TV channels. She's started plans for a pricey renovation that would ameliorate these issues, mainly by putting in a large basement fitness center, but her neighbors are worried that all the activity will make their cellars flood and disturb the local pond.

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Kate Moss in planning row [Telegraph UK]