19:05 GMT, 11 January 2013
23:29 GMT, 11 January 2013
David Beckham is currently settling in to life in London thanks to a swish £20million pad.
The 37-year-old footballer is renting a luxury abode in a desirable location in South London and the property is described as a ‘James Bond’ style house, thanks to state-of-the-art security.
The lavish property is owned by Touker Suleyman boss of Ghost and Hawes & Curtis and the family have been staying there for the past week.
Swanky pad: David Beckham is renting a £20million home in South London
Settling in: The 37-year-old footballer was seen walking near his new home on Thursday
The home has a reinforced lead lined wall at the front and offers maximum security for the A-list family.
David and Victoria have already enrolled their sons Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, 10, and seven-year-old Cruz into a school in London and are said to be delighted about starting their life back in the UK.
A source recently told MailOnline : ‘It’s time for a new London life, they are all very excited.’
The property David has settled on will be convenient for 38-year-old Victoria, who has her design studios in Battersea.
The couple’s youngest child 18-month-old Harper, who was born in America, will get her first taste of life in the UK.
It’s still unclear which club David will play for, although it is believed he is entertaining a number of offers.
Late last year Victoria was seen house hunting in South West London and saw a number of properties around Clapham and Richmond, but it appears none of the plush properties fit the bill.
A spokesperson for David was unavailable for comment earlier today.
Inspecting the new pad: David was seen climbing out out of a large silver Range Rover outside the property
Who lives in a house like this: David is renting the lavish home from Touker Suleyman, the owner of Ghost and Hawes & Curtis
A source recently told MailOnline:
‘David and Victoria love America, they love what it has given them, but
the boys loved being back in England and now could be the time to make a
been looking at houses over the past few months and the future is
exciting as anything could happen. The thing they are most concerned
about is giving the children stability. What is nice about being back in
the UK is that they would be close to both their families again.’
Ready for a fresh start: David and wife Victoria along with their children, Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, 10, Cruz, seven and Harper, 18 months (not pictured) are said to be excited about living in London