And all these real estates can be purchased now
London firmly holds its position in the ranking of the most cities in the world and real estate prices do not decrease. To acquire a mansion next to the Queen, or the Prime Minister in the quarter of millionaires, a couple amount of tens of millions in pounds is required.
Additionally, the buyer will receive a view of Parliament, Big Ben, and the Honorary Status of a resident of London. The Daily Mail believes that amost of the real estate can be bought by Chinese millionaires, they are the ones who are most interested.
£ 55,000,000 Buckingham Gate, St James’s Park
This luxurious townhouse occupies seven floors and is located close to Buckingham Palace. There is a dining room, living room, an entertainment room, five varios dressing rooms, eight bedrooms, a swimming pool. As a bonusthey offer an underground parking and two courtyards.
£ 40,000,000, Merton Lane
The mansion on two floors with a glass elevator and a terrace with a gorgeous view is located on a plot of two acres. This spot is located near to London’s famous Highgate Cemetery and Hampstead Heath Park. The famous Sigmund Freud once lived here, so the new tenant will be able to visit his house-museum as often as he wishes.
£ 32,500,000, Wellington Court, Knightsbridge
The six-bedroom penthouse is located directly opposite Hyde Park, and if this is not enough, then there is a Museum of Natural History and the Museum of Albert and Victoria. The apartment itself has two terraces with views. And the buyer also gets round-the-clock access to the spa.
£ 29,950,000, Westminster Cowley Mansion
The charming seven-bedroom mansion, built in the early 20th century, it was the headquarters of the Liberal Democratic Party until 2011. It offers lovely views of Big Ben, the House of Lords and Westminster Abbey. The design was made by the same masters who equipped Windsor, and if this does not impress the buyer, then he or she will definitely like the roof terrace.
£ 28,500,000, Primrose Hill
The modest mansion with eight bedrooms and a wine cellar. There is a separate maid’s house and elevator, too. Moreover it is spotted near the Park and the London Zoo. The real estate agency assures that the neighbors are decent and calm people and will not cause any inconvenience.
£ 28,000,000, townhouse in Belgravia
This modest outside but magnificent inside six-bedroom townhouse once belonged to Baron Michael Heseltin, an important politician from the ancient periods of Margaret Thatcher. Nearby there lived a manager of the famous group of Beatels, who had gorgeous parties, but now it is quiet and safe. And the buyer can walk to Michelin-starred restaurants, which are literally around the corner.