Kate Moss gets private bar
Thursday 27 January 2011
Kate Moss has built her own bar at her new house.
The supermodel is moving into a £7.5 million mansion in Highgate, London, this week and the lavish property comes complete with two drinking areas and a karaoke machine.
There is also a stage so the catwalk queen and her guests can show off their vocal skills in style.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Kate loved the house because it's ideal for hosting parties. There's one room which will be an adults-only zone where she can really let off steam. It's filled with karaoke machines, music equipment, massive sofas, a bar and stage. Guests will never want to leave."
To celebrate the move, Kate and her partner Jamie Hince are planning to throw a house-warming party for all their friends to test out the bars.
She has also had a £40,000 kitchen installed and is believed to have a host of other improvements planned.
The 37-year-old model - who has an eight-year-old daughter Lila Grace from a previous relationship - can count a host of celebrities amongst her new neighbours, including George Michael, Sting and Sienna Miller.
Kate decided to move from her home in St John's Wood after suffering a succession of bad luck at the property last year.
In May, the North London mansion was burgled with the thief making off with an original Banksy painting worth £80,000.Then the house was flooded with sewage, causing £100,000 of damage.
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