Removal men were photographed unloading three vans at the seven-bedroom London mansion formerly rented by the Beckham family, on Friday.
There was no sign of the new tenants, but the presence of the vans would indicate they will be residing in the property imminently.
Back in July, removal men were seen carrying the Beckham’s belongings out of the period home, which they had been renting while the house they own across the street was renovated.
Victoria, David and their four children, Brooklyn, 17, Romeo, 13, Cruz, 11 and Harper, five have called London home for the past three years.They returned to the capital in 2014 following David’s retirement from football.
At more than 9,000 square feet, their current home is one of the largest in the area, boasting seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
In love with the area: The Beckham’s rented the property while a house they own on the same street was renovated
The final plans for the property include seven bedrooms, gym, powder room, wine cellar, cinema room and beauty area with spaces for hairdressing, manicures and make-up, as well as a separate room for Victoria’s shoe collection
Richard Branson at one time owned two houses on the street – one of which was rented by the Beckhams while work was carried out on their home.
David and Victoria bought their Hertfordshire home in 1999, the original Beckingham Palace, just three months after their wedding.