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The property is now worth £850,000, without the cars.Darren has created his own property empire by buying off-plan villas and apartments overseas and run-down homes in the UK.He wants to sell as he has just bought a seven-bedroom villa for just over £2million (£1.8m), which has more land and £150,000 worth of Versace tiles in the bathrooms.“It was built by an architect but after six months his wife announced that she wanted to move to the South of France,” he explains.IT IS GREAT being Darren Richards; sailing through the credit crunch with £30million in the bank, buying up properties at rock-bottom prices and launching a new online business. The 42-year-old entrepreneur, who made his fortune selling datingdirect.com, admits that the 19 properties he bought since his windfall are now worth a lot less than he paid for them and his new property website has yet to make a profit. He still has a fleet of nine luxury cars, a helicopter, a beautiful six-bedroom country home set in four acres in Worcestershire, three bars in Tenerife, nine further properties in the UK and more pairs of designer jeans than Jeremy Clarkson.
Well, he had to have somewhere to put his Ariel Atom, Porsche 997 Turbo, Range Rover Supercharged Vogue SE, Aston Martin DB9, Caparo T1, Audi R8 and Ferrari F430 Spider.
Many have joked that it helps them transform in a Superman style make-over.
"Due to the hectic lifestyles that we are all leading these days, I believe that in the future more fashion will be focused on two-in-one versatile outfits that can be altered to suit different occasions." Dating surveyed 1,000 singles from across the UK and the research found that 42% would prefer not to wear their office clothes while on an after work date.
“However, when the market picks up again we will be ready to fly.” Despite his huge success, Darren, who is single, is a home-loving boy, living in a small village a few miles from where he was born.
He bought a four-bedroom farmhouse in two-and-a half acres of land fi ve miles from Kidderminster for £250,000 six years ago then set about transforming it into a six-bedroom country mansion full of boys’ toys.