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Taylor Swift eyes London home

Taylor Swift eyes London home

TAYLOR GOES HOUSE SHOPPING" Taylor Swift could be buying a house in London. Photo: Associated Press

Country star Taylor Swift is reportedly on the hunt for a central London property, which she can use as a base when she visits England.

The “Love Story” hitmaker was spotted looking at posh pads in the British capital’s Regent’s Park area.

The neighborhood is just a few miles away from where her former boyfriend Harry Styles lives in Primrose Hill, with a group of friends on Friday.

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A source tells Britain’s Sunday People newspaper, “Taylor loves London and wants to live here for extended amounts of time, so she’s looking for a place. She saw three properties in north west London.”

Swift recently donned a Union Jack dress as part of her hosting duties for the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.

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