Last week we looked at some of the most expensive properties on the market place today. This week we are looking at some of the most expensive homes in the UK market at the moment.
So let’s take a look at some very pricey property. This is by no means an exhaustive list. Some of the properties are back from last week’s list and quite rightly so, such as supposedly the most expensive property 18 Carlton House.
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This includes knowledge picked up along the way from articles, various friends, colleagues and family members.
18 Carlton House Terrace
Estimated value: 330 million USD
One of the largest private homes in London. Situated within walking distance to Buckingham Palace this six storey, grade I listed building is said to boast 50,000 square feet of living space. But after that very little is known about the inside of the property as the last pictures were taken a long time ago.
Admiralty Arch Apartment
Estimated value: 200 million USD
Apparently the $200 million asking price will be for one of four penthouses based in the Arch in the prestigious central London location. Expect period features, high ceilings and even membership to the private members’ club.
Estimated value: 123 million USD
In an area notorious for celebrity homes this 50,000 square feet mansion stands out. With 24 bedrooms, 2 indoor and 3 outdoor pools, underground garage and heated $6-million-dollar marble driveway, 2 guest houses, 11 acres of garden and a helipad. What more could you ask for. Oh and don’t forget the 22 carved marble bathrooms.
One Hyde Park
Estimated value: 83 million USD
This penthouse apartment that will set you back some. Situated in the leafy Hyde Park area this apartment boasts great views, 9,000 square feet, its own concierge service provided by the Mandarin Oriental hotel, swimming pool and spa. It seems to have an interesting history of appearing on the property market on several occasions and then being removed before reappearing again.
Hackwood Park Estate
Estimated value: Approximately 86 million USD
This grade II listed national historical mansion and estate might be a little higher in the listing but the £65 million asking price is as yet unconfirmed. With 260 acres, 24 bedrooms and 20 bathrooms it really is a real country mansion in line with scenes from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. With mountains of history to its name the property includes 4 cottages, a coach house, stables and deer park. Not forgetting its own botanical garden and historical woodlands.
I hope this has been informative, interesting and you liked reading it.
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