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A mansion in Hyde Park London is set to become the UKs most valuable property. No 2-8a,Rutland Gardens,London has recently been sold for a massive £280 million to an overseas buyer.However the new buyer in not interested in the mansions contents and is thought to be having an everything must go sale t knockdown prices.I think I need a word with my bank manager

This real life Aladdin's cave is up for auction - the entire £50 million contents of a Saudi prince's mega mansion which will sell for just a fraction of the price. See SWNS story SWAUCTION; The lavish £300 million property was decked out by world renowned interior design company Alberto Pinto during an epic two-and-a-half year refurb in the 90s. But now the mystery owner - thought to be a rich Saudi royal - wants the place gutted and done again so is selling every single item in a huge auction. None of the 1,250 pieces have a reserve, meaning everything from £70,000 Merino chandeliers to £300,000 gold plated Jade-encrusted bath taps could go for a fiver.

This real life Aladdin’s cave is up for auction – the entire £50 million contents of a Saudi prince’s mega mansion which will sell for just a fraction of the price. See SWNS story SWAUCTION; The lavish £300 million property was decked out by world renowned interior design company Alberto Pinto during an epic two-and-a-half year refurb in the 90s. But now the mystery owner – thought to be a rich Saudi royal – wants the place gutted and done again so is selling every single item in a huge auction. None of the 1,250 pieces have a reserve, meaning everything from £70,000 Merino chandeliers to £300,000 gold plated Jade-encrusted bath taps could go for a fiver.

This real life Aladdin's cave is up for auction - the entire £50 million contents of a Saudi prince's mega mansion which will sell for just a fraction of the price. See SWNS story SWAUCTION; The lavish £300 million property was decked out by world renowned interior design company Alberto Pinto during an epic two-and-a-half year refurb in the 90s. But now the mystery owner - thought to be a rich Saudi royal - wants the place gutted and done again so is selling every single item in a huge auction. None of the 1,250 pieces have a reserve, meaning everything from £70,000 Merino chandeliers to £300,000 gold plated Jade-encrusted bath taps could go for a fiver.

This real life Aladdin’s cave is up for auction – the entire £50 million contents of a Saudi prince’s mega mansion which will sell for just a fraction of the price. See SWNS story SWAUCTION; The lavish £300 million property was decked out by world renowned interior design company Alberto Pinto during an epic two-and-a-half year refurb in the 90s. But now the mystery owner – thought to be a rich Saudi royal – wants the place gutted and done again so is selling every single item in a huge auction. None of the 1,250 pieces have a reserve, meaning everything from £70,000 Merino chandeliers to £300,000 gold plated Jade-encrusted bath taps could go for a fiver.

This real life Aladdin's cave is up for auction - the entire £50 million contents of a Saudi prince's mega mansion which will sell for just a fraction of the price. See SWNS story SWAUCTION; The lavish £300 million property was decked out by world renowned interior design company Alberto Pinto during an epic two-and-a-half year refurb in the 90s. But now the mystery owner - thought to be a rich Saudi royal - wants the place gutted and done again so is selling every single item in a huge auction. None of the 1,250 pieces have a reserve, meaning everything from £70,000 Merino chandeliers to £300,000 gold plated Jade-encrusted bath taps could go for a fiver.

This real life Aladdin’s cave is up for auction – the entire £50 million contents of a Saudi prince’s mega mansion which will sell for just a fraction of the price. See SWNS story SWAUCTION; The lavish £300 million property was decked out by world renowned interior design company Alberto Pinto during an epic two-and-a-half year refurb in the 90s. But now the mystery owner – thought to be a rich Saudi royal – wants the place gutted and done again so is selling every single item in a huge auction. None of the 1,250 pieces have a reserve, meaning everything from £70,000 Merino chandeliers to £300,000 gold plated Jade-encrusted bath taps could go for a fiver.

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