General view of Carlton House on The Bishops Avenue. (YouTube grab)
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On London's Billionaires Row in Hampstead, the seven-bedroom Carlton House with its 50-foot ballroom, underground swimming pool and 10-person Turkish bath is for sale for 14 million pounds ($21.5 million).Legislation is also being drawn up requiring the ultimate owner of U.K. companies to be listed on a registry.More than 12,500 London properties worth over 48.5 billion pounds were sold by offshore companies from 2012 through 2014, Land Registry data compiled for Bloomberg News show.Mount Properties is owned by Mega Property Ltd., a company based in the Marshall Islands, according to the High Court ruling on seizing Ablyazov's assets including the home. Neither jurisdiction requires disclosure of beneficial owners of companies.The High Court found Ablyazov in contempt for lying about owning the home and other assets.Just 179 of the 354,186 reports filed in the year ending in September came from property brokers.
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