The Burberry model , 22, has bagged an impressive ­Georgian pile in West London, which was on the market for a hefty £2.95million.

The picturesque Grade II-listed property was built in 1743 and is suitably stylish, overlooking a picturesque park near the upmarket town of Chiswick.

Hidden behind a high brick wall with imposing black gate, the four-bedroom home is the perfect ­hideaway for entertaining – and could be the perfect family home.

Its master bedroom comes with huge dressing room and balcony overlooking stunning gardens.

A source said: “It’s been on the market for a couple of months and was reduced slightly so Cara may have got herself a bargain.

“She’s been keen to settle for a while but this is a serious house. She must be thinking about the future. It’s close enough to the city centre for her to keep enjoying the same places but it’s got a quieter suburban feel. Maybe she’s thinking about a quieter ­lifestyle.”

 

Some of Cara’s famous neighbours include actor Colin Firth and telly ­favourites Ant and Dec.

But, in case you’re worried about her overstretching on a mortgage, relax. This week it emerged she’s pocketing £41,000 a week from modelling alone. Her film career is also tipped to soar and she revealed plans to focus on acting next year.

She told Vogue magazine her Christmas wish is for “more time to be creative, write music, work on acting and spend time with friends, family and my nephew Atticus”.

Her next film role is in mystery Paper Towns out next year. She will also star in Peter Pan with Hugh Jackman and Amanda Seyfried and has been linked to a string of other roles including the next James Bond.

She said: “I’m working in America preparing for my scenes in a new film... very excited.”