Harry Styles’ Gets a New Room Mate: £3 Million Home Is Haunted!

When you shell out £3 million on a new house you expect it to come free of any ex housemates, so spare a thought for poor Harry Styles as it’s reported his new pad is haunted!

The One Direction hottie invested some of his piles of cash into his new mansion in North London this week. It’s round the corner from his famous mates like Nick Gimshaw but according to sources it’s not just celeb chums who could be dropping round for a cuppa.

According to The Sun, who have done extensive research on Hazza’s party pad, the property is haunted by the ghost of legendary highwayman Dick Turpin. Um what?!

It’s thought that the sound of Dick’s famous horse, Black Bess, can often be heard outside Harry’s new home. For those of you not clued up on history, Dick was an infamous English highwayman, who was executed in York for horse theft

Harry’s house backs on to a pub where the outlaw and his gang apparently used to hang out back in the 1700s. A source told the newspaper:

“The ghost of Turpin has been spotted in the window – and according to legend you can hear the sounds of his horse hooves. Locals say he used to hide in the courtyard next to the pub waiting for his victims to come down the road before robbing them.”

We’re sure Harry won’t mind an extra party guest especially as his new pad boasts four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a huge open plan living area and an impressive garden.

The house was listed for sale on high-end property website PrimeLocation.com and boasts stunning views across Hampstead Heath and luckily for the star the high walls around the stylish garden means lots of privacy – perfect for partying.

And it seems that’s what the 1D star is looking forward too. “The band are really going to let their hair down, Harry-style(s),” an insider tells The Sun. “The house has a gorgeous garden and high walls, so Harry won’t have fans watching his every move.”

“He’s already been spending lots of time in the area and becoming a regular in the local pubs.