Where is Jimmy Savile’s house?

SERIAL paedophile Jimmy Savile grew up in Leeds but bought a selection of properties during his lucrative career as a broadcaster.

But where were some of his various addresses, and what kind of properties did he have?

Where did Jimmy Savile live?

Savile is understood to have had a number of properties in England and Scotland.

One of the best known is his remote cottage in Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands.

The child abuser bought Allt-na-Reigh in 1998 from Hamish MacInnes, a celebrated mountaineer who was a founding member of the Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team.

Savile is thought to have abused up to 20 people in the remote property.

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It appeared in the Louis Theroux documentary When Louis Met Jimmy, and Prince Charles even visited the cottage for a meal.

Savile also had properties in Scarborough, Bournemouth and London, as well as a flat in his hometown of Leeds.

The penthouse flat had panoramic views of Roundhay park, and dated 70s interiors. 

Savile died of pneumonia there aged 84 in 2011 and has since been demolished.

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What has happened to Jimmy Savile's cottage in Glencoe?

After his death, the Glencoe property was sold at auction for £212,000, more than double the asking price, but remained unoccupied and fell into disrepair.

Footage emerged of a TikToker visiting the property which has boarded-up windows, and the word ‘pedo’ spray-painted on its side. 

Inside, the cottage is derelict and scattered with rubbish.

It’s set to be demolished, but Mountaineering Scotland have opposed the move and want to protect the heritage of mountaineer Neil MacInnes.

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The property was later bought by the family of retail tycoon Harris Aslam.

The building was expected to be demolished, but the plans have been opposed by Mountaineering Scotland over the style of the property, the Mail reported.

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