Harry Styles forks out eye-watering six-figure sum for historical English home

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Harry Styles is reportedly trying his hand at property development.

The former One Direction band member has splashed out an eyewatering £3.8million ($4.6million) on a Grade II listed building.

Not only is the pop star adding to his property portfolio but he also plans to have a career change, converting the historic building into a nursery for toddlers.

The three-time Grammy Award winner snapped up the property in December and he is now gearing up to get it ready for its new use.

It means Harry is likely to receive a fortune each year as a landlord from his new nursery business.

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A source told The Sun: “The building is absolutely spectacular, so keeping it as a home would be what most people would want.

“But it has most recently been used as an office so it is easier to convert it into something else,” they went on to explain.

“It is a savvy investment for Harry, who can now sit back and watch the money roll in as the landlord”.

For those Harry super-fans that could be hopeful to spot the hitmaker at his new humble abode, the inside noted that it will be “unlikely to see him there”.

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“But it’s still a cool connection to one of music’s biggest stars,” they went on to say.

As per the outlet, Harry is worth a whopping £150million and this project wouldn’t be his first.

The pop star has previously put money into the Co-op Live arena in Manchester, which is due to open in April.

That investment came in 2020, years after his first job delivering newspapers for a Co-op shop.

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