In fact, the UK’s most expensive four-bedroom home has just gone up for sale, and it’s a whopping £15 million.
If the detached cottage-style property is purchased for the asking price, it will become the most expensive home to be bought on ‘Millionaire’s Row’ in Sandbanks, Dorset.
Despite the interior not being the most luxurious or modern compared to other homes in the area, it’s the size of the land that comes with the property which has lent itself to the hefty price tag.
Named North Haven Point, the property is situated in 1.43 acres of land and is hidden from the road’s view.
Situated in the northwest point of the Sandbanks Peninsula, the lush gardens offer all-day sun for potential homeowners and stunning views across to Poole Harbour and Brownsea Island.
Some adverts for the house even say the home boasts ‘arguably one of the best plots in the United Kingdom’.
Spanning across 2,910 square feet in total, the home features three bathrooms, a swimming pool, a picturesque woodland space, boat storage and a slipway into Poole Harbour.
The lucky inhabitants of the house will also wake up to gorgeous views of the water every morning.
The house listing states that the home has stayed ‘in the same family since the late 1800s’.
“Having survived two world wars, it was built originally early 1900s and then extended in the 1950s and again added to in the 1970s with some internal refurbishment in parts of the home in recent years.”
Despite having a ‘nostalgic charm’ about it, the housing experts have stated that some ‘investment will be needed if the incoming buyer wishes to modernise’ the property.
“Some may choose to lift the roof and extend while others might want to start a fresh and rebuild. What is very apparent, whoever lives here will be owning the ultimate plot, giving privacy, location and a home for the next generation to enjoy,” the listing reveals.
The Sandbanks is home to the largest natural harbour in Europe, with miles of soft golden sand and sheltered waters which are just a short walk away from the property.
The local ferry offers residents access to Shell Bay, Swanage and the rest of the Jurassic coastline and Purbeck countryside.
And as for nearby restaurants, the upmarket Rick Stein restaurant is a popular choice, as well as the hugely renowned Ocean Palace Chinese restaurant, which is inside the Harbour Heights Hotel.
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