The Most Expensive Houses In The UK

The Most Expensive Houses in the UK 

As recruiters in the mortgage market, we have a natural interest in property. So, we decided to create a blog post highlighting some of our favourite, and most expensive, properties around the UK!

Barrington Hall

A personal favourite is the spacious 7-bedroom property, Barrington Hall. It is a Georgian home located in Hertfordshire, and has 41 acres of its very own parkland. This mansion even has an indoor swimming pool, a wine cellar, and a horse’s stable! This property was on the market last year for £15,000,000.

Mamhead House

Mamhead house is a historical sixteen- bedroom mansion situated in the countryside in Devon. It was built in 1833, entirely using the costly Bath stone. This property is likened to a ‘fairytale castle’, with a breathtaking view of the East Devon coast. 

This picturesque property is surrounded by woodland for miles, and is currently on the market for almost 8 million pounds! Fancy it?

Ashington Lodge

This property is so vast that it even contains a nine-hole golf course in the back garden, where the fairway is big enough to land a plane on! Ashington Lodge stretches across 76 acres of land, and is situated just five miles away from the oldest town in England- Colchester. This peaceful property is currently listed on the market for £4,000,000. 

Hillend Farm

Hillend farm is also situated in Hertfordshire, on the market for £8,500,000. There is an awe-inspiring 100 acres of countryside surrounding this property. I wanted to include this one as one of our favourites, as the interior combines a traditional and modern style to create this beautiful mansion. 

This final house is situated in the Isle of Man, known for its unique Palladian architecture.. It is currently available on the market if you have a spare £30,000,000! This property is owned by the famous inventor Dr John C Taylor OBE, one of the leaders in creating one of the first English clocks. He assisted with the development of this stunning property, covering 23,000 square feet and built in red sandstone.

Arragon Mooar Estate

This final house is situated in the Isle of Man, known for its unique Palladian architecture.. It is currently available on the market if you have a spare £30,000,000! This property is owned by the famous inventor Dr John C Taylor OBE, one of the leaders in creating one of the first English clocks. He assisted with the development of this stunning property, covering 23,000 square feet and built in red sandstone.

We hope you enjoyed looking at these remarkable houses in the UK as much as we did! 🙂