If you’re on a hunt for an uber-luxury home then it seems you will be spoilt for choice as London currently has 14 £50m plus mansions just waiting for you to snap up.
According to a report by property buying agency Huntly Hooper, London has around £1.7bn worth of property on the market, which includes homes that are either on sale or been sold in the recent months.
The 14 ultra-luxury homes on sale boast an average value of more than £120m – that’s over 300 times the average property price in London.
Oliver Hooper, director of Belgravia-based buying agency Huntly Hooper, told the Standard: “We have noticed more of these super-prime houses becoming publicly available for sale in the last year and where they used to be kept confidential, details of them have fallen into the public domain as they take longer to sell […]
“With this increase in levels of supply, we suspect there may be opportunities to be had for buyers at this level, although we note that the vendors tend not to be in any financial need to sell.”
The properties includes 39 Charles Street, a Grade II* listed Regency Mayfair townhouse, on sale for £50m and 2-8a Rutland Gate near Hyde Park with a stellar £300m price tag.