Fraudster's Wimbledon Lair On The Market

Part-completed Wimbledon village home was up for £3.75m

A Wimbledon village property once owned by Australian fraudster Jeffrey Revelle-Reade has recently been up for sale.

The part-completed home at 27 Belevedere Avenue was on the market for £3.75m, but is no longer available for sale.

The four-storey home has six bedrooms and an indoor pool, but much of it is still a shell after Revelle-Reade was jailed for duping more than 1,000 British investors out of more than £70m.

The judge ordered the property be put up for sale and the proceeds to be returned to his victims, who were conned by a complex network of scams.

The property still needs scaffolding to support it, and there is no staircase, electricity or fittings. It's expected to sell for £6.5m once work has been completed.

October 28, 2016