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Million pound UK property

Years ago, the thought of being a Millionaire and living in a Million pound property were only pipe dreams. Then Chris Tarrant came along and reminded us that with the current inflation, being a Millionairre was acheivable for Joe Public (especially if you had a coffing mate in the audience). Suprisingly a million pound property still varies dramatically on where you spend it. Zoopla recently ran a artcile on the latest purchases for a Million pound tag.

The Zoopla article was entitled “What £1 million buys you around Britain”.
The review looked at all corners of Britain including London, Clapham – Standon, Stafford – Maidstone, Kent and Ponteland, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Property Contrast

The greatest extremes for your Million were the contrast of a Scotish property in West Calder, West Lothian

The 8 bedroom detached house was built in 1805, Limefield House has been extensively renovated by the current owners, yet retains it prolific period detail and fine Georgian proportions throughout. The facade is constructed of polished sandstone ashlar with a piended slate roof. A fine pediment with central circular window forms the centre piece of the front elevation.

Scotish property

Scotish Million Pound property

Contrasting property for the million was a property in London. A 4 bedroom Victorian terraced house for sale in Winsham Grove, Clapham

London Victorian property

London Victorian property in Clapham

Just goes to show that it’s still all about location!

posted by Zane in Buying,For Sale,Guide,Property,Zoopla and have Comment (1)

One Response to “Million pound UK property”

  1. It seems crazy that by selling your house for more than what it is worth increases your neighbor’s value and entices more people to the area. Whatever happened to the days when you would rush to bag yourself a bargain?

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