LONDON: In its latest report on the properties owned by the ‘super rich’ family of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, a UK paper on Sunday revealed that the assets Sharif family owned in London were estimated at at least £32 million.
One of the most priced property of them is Avenfield flats, now worth at least £7 million, Daily Mail reported.
The flats are at the centre of corruption charges the Sharif family is facing in Pakistan, where former prime minister has lived when in London since 1993, knocking four luxury flats together to make a single mansion.
According to the paper, the family are also accused of using dirty money to buy at least 21 UK properties on top of the Avenfield flats, most at equally grand Central London locations, in Mayfair, Chelsea and Belgravia.
“The total value of the properties is estimated at least £32 million,” it added.