Kate Moss has bought the house once occupied by romantic poet – Samuel Taylor Coleridge in the 1820’s and 30’s.
The property was on the market with Savills for £7.950 million ($12.6 million) .
The 36-year-old British supermodel has purchased a 4-floor, 7-bedroom, 4½-bathroom home in Highgate Hill North London
The property is a spacious 6728 square feet (625 sq mtrs) and includes 7 bedrooms, 4½-bathrooms, 7 fireplaces, 2 kitchens and a wine cellar.
In the 20th Century the house was occupied by the celebrated author, J.B. Priestley, whose best known works are the novel “The Good Companions” and the play “An Inspector Calls”.
Moss has one daughter, Lila, and is currently married to guitarist Jamie Hince of The Kills.