London is one of the most sought after cities in the world when it comes to the metropolitan experience. It breaths urban culture and brings to play a unique mix of modern and classical feels, that is why some of the most expensive properties in town don’t look exactly how you might imagine. To help you out in balancing you expectations we invite you to take a look at the most expensive houses in London.
This modernist home in London’s Highgate, complete with swimming pool and cinema, is on the market for a cool £18.95m.
A five-bedroomed apartment in Kensington. This property, which boasts a pool and gym, has a £30m price tag.
This Eaton Square apartment, complete with magnificent dining room and a maid’s room, is on sale for £28m.
A home in Belgrave Square, with six reception rooms and the same number of bedrooms and bathrooms, would set you back £35m.
This elegant Belgravia home, with roof terrace and a cantilevered staircase, has an £18m price tag.
This double-fronted Victorian villa, which also has a landscaped garden, is on the market for £29m.
A Hampstead mansion in immaculate condition could be yours for £40m.
This Italianate Grade II listed villa in Holland Park is on the market for £26.5m.
A former notable resident of this Knightsbridge house is Charles Digby Harrod, son of the founder of Harrods. It could now be yours for £17.5m.