The price is right? Five of the most expensive homes for sale in Britain, including a £30m Surrey mansion and a £40m three-bed flat near Bond Street
- We take a closer look inside of five of the most expensive properties for sale online
- They include a luxury three-bedroom flat near London’s Bond Street with a price tag of £40million
- There is also a a modern home for sale for £45million that is just yards from Kensington Palace
Five of the most expensive properties publicly listed for sale in Britain have been revealed – and they all have eight-figure price tags.
The cheapest of the bunch rings in at a ‘mere’ £26.95million, while the most expensive is an eye-watering £45million.
They are all in London or Surrey, but vary in type and include a three-bedroom flat, as well as a new build mansion that is near Kensington Palace.
Five of the most expensive properties for sale online have been revealed – including this luxury mansion (scroll down for more details)
Daniel Copley, of Zoopla, said: ‘If you’re looking to own one of Britain’s most spectacular properties, there are currently several for sale with eye-watering price tags.
‘Many boast a raft of luxurious features including cinema rooms, indoor spa facilities, expansive grounds and enviable locations in some of the country’s most prestigious neighbourhoods including Mayfair and The Crown Estate in Surrey.’
This six-bedroom house is in London’s prestigious Kensington, and is near Kensington Palace.
It has an eye-watering price tag of £45million and is being sold by Beauchamp Estates.
As well as an indoor swimming pool and a cinema room, it boosts six bedrooms, landscaped gardens and staff accommodation.
2. Three-bed flat, Mayfair, £39.95m
This leasehold flat is just off London’s Bond Street, in South Molton Street, and has a price tag just shy of £40milion
The flat has three bedrooms as well as a retractable roof in part of the main living area, air conditioning and underfloor heating
This leasehold flat is just off Bond Street, in South Molton Street, and costs just shy of £40m. It has 108 years left on the lease, but information about the service charge and ground rents are not revealed in its advertising literature.
It has three bedrooms as well as a retractable roof in part of the main living area. There is air conditioning and underfloor heating throughout.
It is on the market for £39.95million and is being sold by Clifton Property Partners estate agents.
3. Eight-bed house, St John’s Wood, £30m
This mansion is in London’s ‘leafy village’ of St John’s Wood and is for sale for the first time in 60 years with a price tag of £30million
The property is being sold via Glentree estate agents, which describes it as ‘rich with redevelopment potential’.
This mansion is in London’s ‘leafy village’ of St John’s Wood and is for sale for the first time in 60 years.
The property has a price tag of £30million and is being sold via Glentree estate agents, which describes it as ‘rich with redevelopment potential’. Ideal for those who want to spend £30million and then some more.
4. 11-bed house, Oxshott, £29m
This new house in Surrey’s affluent Oxshott has more than 70 rooms and is for sale for £29million via Fine & Country estate agents
This new house in Surrey’s affluent Oxshott is on a private estate and is for sale for £29m via Fine & Country estate agents.
With in excess of 70 rooms, it caters for a very wealthy family who like entertaining a lot of people in the English countryside.
As well as the opportunity to own the physical home, the estate agents is also launching it with blueprints to the design as an non-fungible token, or NFT.
5. Six-bed house, Belgravia, £26.95m
This property in London’s Belgravia has six bedrooms and is being sold for £26.96million via London House estate agents
The mews property is only 0.2 miles from Victoria station and is described by the agents as a ‘Belgravia sanctuary’
The cheapest property on the list costs a ‘mere’ £26.96million and is being sold by London House estate agents.
The mews property is only 0.2 miles from Victoria station and is described by the agents as a ‘Belgravia sanctuary’.
It has six bedrooms, a courtyard garden as well as staff accommodation.
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