Saturday, 21 August 2010

Most expensive house in Gloucestershire

Stunning house in Gloucester - 11MDating from the 15th century, Manor Hall is a Cotswold Manor House of enormous historical interest. The property has recently been beautifully restored and is a house suitable for family living and entertaining on a grand scale.

Friday, 20 August 2010

Most expensive house in London

This is the most amazing house - it should be though at 70M!

Windlesham, Surrey

Approached through a pair of large ornate wrought iron gates and reached via one of the first ever heated marble driveways, the Updown Court estate includes the main house, built on a palatial scale over four floors; a security lodge to provide 24 hour security, two guest houses, comprising nine bedroom/bathroom suites in total and a separate manager's office. There is underground garaging for eight limousines and a helipad for private landings.

This unique property has five separate heated swimming pools all with their own individual views of the property's stunning surroundings. Two outside pools are located in discreet areas of the landscaped gardens, protected by trees. The third outdoor swimming pool is an "infinity pool", housed on the roof of the main building, with panoramic views across the Surrey countryside.

Indoor, there are two further pools, one exquisitely mosaiced and reached by its own specially designed glass lift, the other, situated under a dramatic double height ceiling.

In the basement there is a squash court built in a glass box so spectators can watch the game from above; a two lane bowling alley and a spectacular private cinema with its own bar. A special wine cellar has also been created to hold in excess of 300 bottles in a temperature controlled environment.

Within the grounds is stabling for five horses with a tack room with direct access to a bridle path. All-weather floodlit tennis court.

The most expensive house in Herefordshire

11 bedroom house for sale Bromyard, Worcestershire

Guide Price £5,750,000 this house in Bromyard, Worcestershire

A Fine Listed Grade II* Georgian Country Mansion in a Magnificent Rural Setting with Outstanding Views. (contd...)
A Fine Listed Grade II* Georgian Country Mansion in a Magnificent Rural Setting with Outstanding Views.

• Imposing Reception Hall
• Ornate Drawing Room
• Stunning Music Room
• Elegant Dining Room
• Library
• Media/TV Room
• Large Conservatory
• Formal Rear Reception Hall
• Huge and Beautifully fitted Kitchen with separate Breakfast and
Dining areas
• Fine Oak Imperial Staircase
• Master Bedroom Suite
• Guest Suite with Boudoir
• 11 Bedrooms
• 7 Bathrooms
• 2 Cloakrooms
• Additional Sitting Rooms and Staff accommodation
• Second Floor Office Suite
• Extensive Basement
• Gardens of 8 Acres surrounded by about 1200 acres of National
Trust land
• Five Garages and Outbuildings
• Stable Block
• Greenhouses
• Charming Lodge

There is one more expensive but it's commercial/business - LARGE INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX COMPRISING 6 PRINCIPAL BUILDINGS

The most expensive house in Cornwall And Isles Of Scilly

Cornwall And Isles Of Scilly most expensive house

Michaelstow Manor, St Tudy, Cornwall not many details but looks like a holiday complex (find out more here)

The most expensive house in Devon

As of 20th August - Guide Price £6,000,000

Woodbury Salterton, Exeter, Devon, EX5
An imposing contemporary manor house built to exacting standards delightfully positioned in its own grounds of about 58 acres with an impressive outlook over its own lake.

Stunning house set by a lake with 58 acres and paddocks, stable complex and 5 golf holes.

The most expensive house in Somerset

The most expensive house in Somerset

As I look at this 20th August the most expensive house in Somerset is the lovely Maperton House, Wincanton, Somerset

It's on at a guide price of £5,750,000 and for this you get :-
* Exceptional country house
* 10 beds, 7 baths, 5 receps
* Coach House / 2 bed flat
* Swimming Pool & Tennis Court
* Paddock, about 7.85 acres

It's really beautiful set in lovely land

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