From the Scottish castle to luxury London penthouse…inside the UK’s most expensive homes for sale worth up to £57MILLION

EVER wondered what it’s like to be a squillionaire? These incredible homes for sale reveal a glimpse of the how Britain’s mega-wealthy really live.

From the 16th century Scottish castle to sky-high London penthouses and a family home worth £57million – all of these are currently available to buy in the UK.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, most of the “super-premium” properties are in London. But there are also some amazing places to live outside the capital.

Here we reveal 12 of the best from across the UK…

Seven-bed house, The Boltons, Chelsea, London – £57.5million

This Chelsea house on sale for £57.5m could be the priciest in the country
Inside, the large family home oozes expensive style
It is airy and full of light – as it should be for this price
One of the eight bathrooms in the house in The Boltons

The new owners of this house, thought to be Britain’s most expensive, will have to shell out nearly £7million in stamp duty on top of the eye-watering sale price.

But the gorgeous Victorian villa boasts one of the most sought-after addresses in London along with 9,989 sq ft of space.

It has a massive master bedroom occupying the whole first floor plus another six bedrooms, a cinema, gym and open plan living spaces leading to a whopping 94ft garden.

Three-bed flat, Lennox Gardens, Knightsbridge, London –£35million

The vast living room in a luxury penthouse in Knightsbridge
No expense is spared in the interior design
The well-heeled new owner will get a whole room to keep his shoes
Marble is everywhere in one of the super-luxe bathrooms

It may seem like a ridiculous amount for a flat – beyond the reach most lottery winners – but this is a sprawling luxury property spread across three 19th century listed buildings just round the corner from Harrods.

As well as the three main bedrooms there is a study and another two staff bedrooms in the annexe.

Pampered oligarchs can relax in their very own steam room and sauna within the apartment.

Eight-bed house, Pembridge Sqaure, Notting Hill, London –£35million

This end-of-terrace in Notting Hill will set you back £35million
The modern interior is light and effortlessly stylish
Sleek wood has been used in many rooms for a classy finish
One of the nine bathrooms that will keep the cleaner busy
The house has a gym and spa treatment room

This glorious end-of-terrace is all sleek luxury and understated, light-filled calm.

The whole first floor is a dedicated master suite with two dressing rooms, a large en-suite bathroom with a walk in shower and a private seating area.

Warning: you will need a full-time cleaner as it has a total of nine bathrooms.

But that’s no problem as it also has staff quarters, plus a spa and underground car park.

Penthouse flat, Chesham Place, Belgravia, London –£34.5million

This sleek penthouse flat in Belgravia wil set you back £34.5million
The finish is cool and understated
The flat boasts views over central London and top-class security

For this kind of money you might expect more than 5,626 sq ft and four bedrooms.

But this “boutique private development” designed by star architects Foster and Partners has security systems and the kind of luxury to suit a Bond villain.

It also boasts 1,892 square feet of wraparound terracing with views across London’s skyline.

Kingstone Lisle Park Estate, near Wantage, Oxfordshire – £19.5m

Kingstone Lisle Park Estate is perfect for the wannabe country gent
The grand dining hall will seat all your pals at a shooting party
Then it’s off to the billiard room
The rear of the house overlooks the formal gardens and landscaped parkland

Yearning for the country gent lifestyle? Buy a stately home and you can shoot pheasant and partridge in your own backyard.

Kingstone Lisle Park is a 13-bed country house sitting in 257 acres of parkland with formal gardens, lakes and mature woodland.

It has plenty of room for entertaining, too, with a swimming pool and tennis court.

Seven-bedroom modern house, Lurgashall, West Sussex –£19.5million

This modern classical-style house sits in a whopping 40-acre garden
It is filled with the latest in luxury living, with a huge walk-in shower
This cosy sitting room has a starry sky lit ceiling
A bowling alley is the ultimate boys’ toy
And there is a hot tub and gym, of course

The agent says house is in the “classical Georgian style” but inside it boasts nearly 18,000 sq ft of modern luxury with spectacular views over the South Downs.

A hot tub, a bowling alley and an absolutely enormous garden – 40 acres – make this a very comfortable retreat from the Big Smoke.

And its location is handy for polo at Cowdray Park and motor and horse racing at Goodwood, if that’s your sort of thing.

Seven-bedroom villa, Totteridge Common, Middlesex –£16million

This astonishing villa in Totteridge is on sale for £16million
Inside is sleek, white and state-of-the-art
Giant Oscar statues flank the screen in the velvet-lined cinema room
This house also has a bowling alley, pool table and gym, all in high-style white gloss
The bathrooms are also finished in the same uber-stylish way
A set of sliding doors lead to the spiral staircase at the heart of the house
A black ceiling features in the swish kitchen

Half an hour from central London, this swanky pad sits in a peaceful 11.5 acres of grounds with a private golf course next door.

Inside is state-of-the-art design with a dazzling white spiral staircase at the heart.

It has a pool and cinema room, of course, plus a baffling five utility rooms.

Eight-bed house, Holford Road, Hampstead, London –£14million

This gorgeous house is just 100 yards from Hampstead Heath in North London
Every inch is filled with classy design touches
An angular sofa and a ceiling-mounted telly are features in one of the bedrooms
The house is located on a quiet street and has space for four cars
Leading from the kitchen, a terrace looks out over the back garden

On a quiet street 100 yards from Hampstead Heath, this gorgeous house has been totally remodelled inside.

Classy design touches can be seen in every inch, with giant glass patio doors opening from the kitchen to a terrace overlooking the garden.

Gated off street parking for four cars and a sauna and gym complete the multimillionaire’s tick list.

New build six-bed house, Weybridge, Surrey –£13,950,000

This new build house in Surrey is a WAG’s dream
A huge bedroom upstairs is finished in matching tones of grey and silver
At the foot of the stairs is a huge bar for entertaining
An amazing underlit wine rack fills a whole room
A vast garage has room for all the Bentleys

This is a WAG’s dream. Set in an exclusive private estate in the stockbroker belt, it has 16,000 sq ft of space inside.

A huge bar, patio and indoor pool make it ideal for a flashy party, and there is a giant garage for the Bentleys.

And don’t forget to show off the incredible under-lit wine rack filling a whole room.

There is also a “leisure complex” and room for two live-in staff.

Penthouse apartment, Heron Tower, City of London –£13.5million

Sky-high living can be yours at this penthouse in the City
The flat is filled with ultra-modern design
It is spread over the 35th and 36th floor of a London skyscraper
The panoramic views are the real selling point

Want a view you can show off? This four-bed penthouse is spread over the 35th and 36th floors of a London skyscraper, offering the highest of high living.

It has high-tech features, ultra-modern design and 6,077sq ft of living space.

But you are paying for the panoramic view through the floor to ceiling windows, which bathe the super-luxe pad in light all day.

Trafalgar Park, near Downton, Wiltshire –£12million

Grade I listed Trafalgar Park is as close as most people can get to the Downton Abbey lifestyle
The grand ballroom has a magnificent floor
And the dining room is perfect for a posh party
The kitchen is more homely, assuming you would ever cook for yourself

Love Downton Abbey? This is close – a Grade I listed Georgian country house with 11 bedrooms and eight “magnificent reception rooms”.

Parkland, formal gardens, stables and staff accommodation come with the house, in a beautiful setting on eh edge of the New Forest.

The North Wing needs renovation – making this doer-upper a steal at twelve mill.

Earlshall Castle, Leuchars, Fife – price on application

Earlshall Castle is one of the finest 16th century homes in Scotland
Mary Queen of Scots and James I are said to have stayed under the vaulted roof
Painted wooden beams feature in the comfy bedrooms
The new owner will be taking on centuries of history

The agent is coy about the price, but expect to pay close to £10million for what is claimed to be one of the best 16th century houses in Scotland.

Mary Queen of Scots and James I are both said to have stayed here – no doubt before teeing off at St Andrew’s nearby.

It has 53 acres, ten bedrooms, eight reception rooms, a gun room and a “world famous” walled garden.



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