Remember Caprice Bourret? We think she used to be a pretty famous model sometime or another. Although we’re not sure if that was for her modeling or because she had her “chest” insured for $100,000. Just kidding, we think she’s pretty cool. Anyway, according to realestalker (who doesn’t have one hundred percent confirmation on whether or not it’s actually her pad) she’s selling her London’s Notting Hill Victorian stucco-fronted family house for £7,500,000 ($13,478,475). But if the townhouse IS hers’, the former Miss Teen California’s semi-detached four floor playpen has around 4,530 square feet that houses 5 beds and 4.5 baths, as well as a south-facing garden and off-street parking for at least two Bentleys. The second floor master suite has a small terrace and a master bath with a large soaking tub, mirrored wall and floor to ceiling windows. The fourth floor holds four bedrooms, one with its own bathroom, while the second bathroom services the other three bedrooms. There’s also a home gym area next to a small indoor swimming pool on the lower ground floor that features a back wall that’s basically a large screen for movies, along with another floor that’s pretty much open (for your other entertaining needs). It’s been remodeled with simple baseboards and crisp and clean lines, quite a departure from the usual Victorian interior. The remodeling also saw a re-envisioning of the home’s caboose, as the kitchen and breakfast room now adjoins the outdoor garden. But all kidding aside, Caprice is not just a run-of-the-mill 5’9 long legged stunner of a model-turned TV presenter-turned actress-turned pop singer-turned swimwear designer. Nope. In fact, the ex-Sports Illustrated swimsuit, Playboy AND wonderbra model (besides being both GQ’s Woman of the year and Maxim mag’s international woman of the year for 3 straight years; and getting rave reviews for acting turns in The Vagina Monologues and Rent) is a smart cookie who is an accomplished poker player, athlete, and hardworking charity worker-she’s an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust, a chairman for ChildLine and is a committee member of Jewish Blind and Disabled, Action on Addiction and Breast Cancer Awareness.