We take a look at some of the most expensive pied-á-terre’s currently advertised on Mouseprice* and suprise surprise they are all in London – though some locations may surprise you.
It comes as no surprise that the average price of a property in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is a whopping £1,354,769. The borough is a perfect nesting place for the rich and famous with Harrods and Harvey Nichols in easy reach.
Take a look at this elegant one bedroom period flat in snazzy South Kensington for sale with Hamptons.
Once a borough marred by high crime and run down estates, gentrification in Hackney has seen East End inner city district Shoreditch become a trendy hotspot – in particularly for young professionals. This new tag of a ‘yuppie zone’ saw house prices soar in the area. In fact, according to the HPI that we calculate for the Land Registry, Hackney has seen an annual increase of 20.9% putting the average property price up to £563,928. This figures means that, on average, purchasing a home in Kingston upon Thames would be nearly a third cheaper than in Hackney.
It’s hardly shocking to see a small home in Mayfair well into the millions, but grab yourself a bargain as the cost of this Mayfair studio has been slashed by nearly £50,000 – meaning it is now on the market at £950,000 with Foxtons. The prime location of this property means that new owners of this small property will be able to enjoy the delights of Hyde Park in seconds.
This extremely unusual one bedroom house caught our eye when it came on the market with Kerr & Co. – and it’s not surprising.
This quirky property which has a garage door exterior is on the market for £2 million pounds.
Shepherds Bush is bordered by some of the most expensive areas in London – Holland Park and Chiswick, though house prices in ‘the Bush’ tend to be significantly lower than its neighbours.
*Some of the most expensive properties for sale at time of writing