Petra Ecclestone is selling her six-bedroom London mansion for £32 million days after it was reported her older sister Tamara had put her own property in the UK capital on the market for £19.9 million.
Petra Ecclestone is selling her London mansion for £32 million.
The 24-year-old socialite - who is the daughter of billionaire Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone - has put her six-bedroom home in Eaton Square, located in the exclusive district of Belgravia, on the market after purchasing Candy Spelling's Hollywood mansion in 2011 for £51.1 million.
Petra's 7,995 square feet townhouse is said to have been paid for by her father in 2009 and she shared it with her husband James Stunt and their pet dogs.
As well as half a dozen bedrooms it also includes six bathrooms, three receptions and luxuries such as a screening room and air conditioning throughout.
Knight Franks Properties, who have listed the mansion, write: ''This stunning property enjoys exceptional room proportions and ceiling heights including a grand first floor drawing room.
''The house also benefits from a cinema room, gym, west facing roof terrace, passenger lift, staff flat, double garage and air conditioning.''
Petra's decision to sell the home comes days after her older sister Tamara, 28, listed her London pad for £19.9 million.
Petra recently described the décor of her new home in Los Angeles as ''sexy'', but insists she has ''masculine'' taste when it comes interior design.
She said: ''I've got quite masculine taste ... I don't like a lot of pattern. [The living] room is the only light room; everything else is very dark and kind of sexy, with, like, a boudoir feel to it. You're not scared if you stain something.''