£5,000 Per Week Rental for the Governor of the Bank of England

As Mark Carney prepares to take on the role of Governor of the Bank of England this summer he and his family are searching for a home in London. Despite being granted a housing allowance of £5,000 per week, Diana Carney has tweeted her discontent with the London housing market, suggesting that she and her husband are having a difficult time finding property in London within their budget.
We have listed below a selection of Prime Central London properties ranging from £4,500 to £5,500 per week. £5,000 per week could secure a 4 bedroom flat in the prestigious Knightsbridge building, located at 199 Knightsbridge, however given its size it would not be suitable for the Carneys, as the family has 4 young children we chose to highlight high specification properties with at least 5 bedrooms.

A 6 bedroom flat on Gerald Road in Belgravia with garden, patio, and roof terrace for £5,000 per week.

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A 6 bedroom flat in Notting Hill complete with wine cellar and garden for £5,000 per week.

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A 5 bedroom house in Belgravia with steam room and private garden for £5,500 per week.

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A 5 bedroom flat in Holland Park complete with media room and private roof terrace for £5,500 per week.

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A 6 bedroom terraced house in South Kensington to rent for £4,500 per week. The house is located in the prestigious Boltons Conservation area and features a large private garden.

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