The couple are searching for their perfect property in west London

David and Victoria Beckham have taken a look around the late Michael Winner‘s £50 million mansion in their search for a new pad in west London.

The couple – who are currently renting nearby – checked out the 47-room Grade II listed property last month, which Michael converted from a block of flats after buying it 35 years ago.

David and Victoria have been looking at available houses in a neighbourhood where they really want to live and Michael‘s old home is one of them,’ says a source.

‘It is an incredible property and has more than enough room for David and Victoria, their four children, and any staff they decide to employ.’

Michael lived in the crib – named Woodland House – with his wife Geraldine Lynton-Edwards and passed away there from heart and live problems aged 77 in January.

The 138-year-old building, which boasts a swimming pool and steam room, went up for sale in April.

It’s ideal for David, 38, and Victoria, 39, as it’s near both Posh‘s fashion brand’s headquarters and Queens Park Rangers football club, where their eldest son Brooklyn trains.

‘The couple have looked at several properties in the west London area. They want to find the perfect home. Money is no object,’ the insider tells The People.

‘They see their next home as the one they will live in for a very long time so they are choosing it very carefully.’

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