Harry Styles’ London and US homes as he spends time in the UK between tour dates

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Singer Harry Styles has plenty of homes to choose from whilst he’s in London

Harry Styles stepped out for a casual takeaway salad with a friend in north London on Monday. Pictures acquired by Mail Online saw the singer wore a black North Face jacket over a cream hooded jumper and baseball cap with black joggers and white sneakers. 

PeopleWorld writes that it is the first time the singer has been back to the UK in three months as he has a quick break before he jets off to Denmark on the next leg of Love On Tour. 

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After Denmark the former One Direction star perform in Germany and then in the UK from May 22 to June 21. He has shows scheduled in Coventry, Edinburgh, London and Cardiff. 

The As It Was singer has a choice of places to stay while he’s in London after purchasing his third house near Hampstead Heath in north London. In 2012 Harry bought his first home for £3 million when he was just 18. 

He then bought an £8 million five-bedroom Georgian house and now the third addition which is just next door at £4 million. There is speculation that he is set to build a mega mansion as Ed Sheeran did in Suffolk. 

As well as homes in his native UK the singer also made some investments in property in America. His first home in the US was a £3.2 million five bedroom home in Beverly Hills but sold it at a loss in 2016. 

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Harry purchased a £5.5 million bachelor pad on the Sunset Strip but when he came to sell it two years later he again suffered a loss and sold it for £4.8 million. 

The Grammy Award winner went on to purchase a £6.9 million penthouse in the Tribeca area of New York in 2017. The property boasts a list of celebrity neighbours including Hollywood power couple Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds.

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