Katie Price’s £1.2million home is available to rent from the end of the month after she was blindsided by sale

KATIE Price's £1.2million Surrey home is available to be rented from the end of the month after she was blindsided by its sale.

The six-bedroom pad is available for new tenants from March 29 for a cool £4,350 a month, along with a £5,019.23 deposit.

The house is listed as sold on the V&H Homes website, while Open Rent shows it is available for new tenants.

A source previously told us Katie had been ordered to move out at short notice.

The 42-year-old, who is dating former car dealer Carl Woods, was told she only had weeks to leave.

The source said: "Katie had no idea the house was being sold but now she'll have to move very soon.

"She's living with Carl most of the time but still has a lot of stuff at the Surrey house and stays there occasionally because it's close to (ex-husband) Pete's house and has space for all of the kids and they all have their rooms there.

"It's a real blow as she'll have to move again."

In a statement to The Sun, Katie's rep also confirmed: "This information had not yet been relayed and came as a surprise to Katie, who is still renting the property."

The mum-of-five was renting the stylish property while her "cursed" mucky mansion, which she still owns, was being renovated.

She previously confessed disabled son Harvey, 18, had destroyed part of the property by punching holes into the wall.

Katie then moved in with boyfriend Carl in September and has since secured Harvey his own home just across the road, so that he can get used to living independently before starting residential college this year.

She now plans to buy a house with Carl later this year.

Her rep told The Sun: "Katie is currently still renting the property, her intention, however, is to move this year.

"And she does hope to buy a home with Carl."

Meanwhile, Katie showed fans around her mucky mansion again last month in a shocking YouTube video.

The former glamour model was heartbroken to find that the home had been ransacked by thieves who'd stolen personal belongings – with it also being targeted last year


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