The most expensive home for sale in every London borough – from mega mansions to skyscraper penthouses

There are a wide range of properties available on the London property markets, including a Norman Foster-designed skyscraper in Hackney and a sprawling mansion in leafy Barnet. ES Home and Property has searched London’s 32 boroughs in order to identify the best property in each area. The results show the wide range of properties available at the top end, including large family homes and apartments in the city. Highlights include a renovated Victorian townhouse with Turkish Hammam in upmarket Islington. Also, there is a GBP19,995,00 average borough house price. This LA-style home in Totteridge Green features an outdoor pool, cinema, art gallery / Rokstone, and 11 bedrooms. The dark-floored, arched front door leads to a dark-floored space with sculptures on plinths. The multi-level cinema, which features crushed velvet seats and bronze statues of armoured Kings on either side of it, is another highlight of this large mansion. There is also a bar and a bowling alley. The shower is adorned with a tile mosaic of Audrey Hepburn. The average borough house price is GBP1,425,000. Living in the Chelsea Barracks townhouse / Chelsea Barracks living room. The largest of the 13 townhouses is also the most expensive (as of April 2022). The seven-bedroom home boasts its own spa with a 12-meter swimming pool and in-house treatments rooms. There’s a cinema, a private garden and a roof terrace, a private garage, passenger and service lifts, a study and at the end of the garden a separate luxury house for guests or a rather indulged teenager.Westminster: Mayfair mansion, GBP54,000,000Average borough house price: GBP1,004,000The original Mayfair mansion close to Grosvenor Square / RightmoveAt 14,510 sq ft this property was just pipped to the post by the Chelsea Barracks townhouse as the most expensive and the biggest central London home on the market. It is a Grade II-listed townhouse located in the most desirable address in town, Upper Grosvenor Street, just off Mayfair’s Grosvenor Square. It was built in 1732 and extensively renovated in 1908. The home features a formal dining area with seating for 20 and a swimming pool. A statement kitchen is the heart of the home. The “dirty” kitchen is where the actual cooking takes place. The property has a landscaped garden, roof terraces with industrial units, and a split-level apartment. Lambeth: Southbank apartment available for GBP17,000,000The average borough house price is GBP543,000The Southbank Place development overlooks Westminster, the Thames and is close to the London Eye. The apartment is located on the 10th floor and has a 3,862 sqft terrace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms. It also has access to the building’s leisure facilities. The building offers a 24-hour concierge. This property is being offered by Knight Frank. Heathfield House, the most expensive publicly-listed property on the market at that time, was featured on Britain’s Most Expensive Houses TV show. The Heath is viewed from the study which is enclosed in a glass pod on the top floor. The property is situated on two acres of land and features a spa and gym, as well as a swimming pool that opens into the garden. The property also has a billiards and tennis room. Langford Russell recently sold another Keston Park mansion for GBP15million. The cluster of luxury homes is hidden behind electric gates on a private residential property, between the historic Holwood House, ground, Padmall Wood, and South Park. The homes were built in the roaring 20s and were inspired by American gated parkside enclaves. This particular property’s interiors are a nod towards private members’ clubs of the era, with polished marble flooring, a walnut bar and an Art Deco Cinema. There is a football pitch in the garden and a climbing frame for children. The spa, cinema, and games room are all available. Greenwich: A Georgian Townhouse for GBP2,750,000. Average borough house price is GBP423,000. An elegant Georgian townhouse near Greenwich Park / Hamptons. This elegant Grade II listed Georgian townhouse can be found just a few minutes walk from Greenwich Park. It has five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a self-contained apartment on the lower ground floor. This flat is perfect for older children or a nanny. Although the five-storey home was completely renovated, it retains many of its original period features such as the floor-to-ceiling sash windows and wooden shutters. Hamptons is selling the property. Hackney: A penthouse at the 48th Floor of a Skyscraper in the City. It is located just five minutes north from Liverpool Street station and offers views over both the City of Shoreditch. This makes it the ideal spot for a hipster investor, if such a thing even exists. The tower has a swimming pool and a spa, as well as a gym, cinema, and residents’ lounge. The bike store is located beneath the tower. One of the penthouses is on sale but its not for those with a fear of heights.Kingston-upon-Thames: The mobile Tudor mansion that was moved 90 miles is on sale for GBP12,950,000Average borough house price: GBP543,000The “Lego house” is rumoured to have once been occupied by Catherine Parr / RokstoneThis Grade II listed mansion, rumoured to have been once occupied by Catherine Parr, was dismantled and moved brick-by-brick from Essex to Kingston. The Tudor features, such as the narrow corridors, timber beams, stained glass, and plaster hunting motifs, that were once called the “Lego House” have been preserved. It is currently on the market with Rokstone.Wandsworth – A 12th-floor penthouse in Battersea Power Station is available for GBP18,000,000. Average borough house price is GBP634,000. The 11th and 12th-floor penthouses are accessible by glass elevators and on sale / Chris Gorman/ Big Ladder. A Battersea Power Station conversion costs GBP18million to purchase a six-bedroom, seven bathroom penthouse. This river-facing apartment can be found on the 11th and12th floors. It is accessible via a glass light at a corner in the rescued building, Boiler Square. City of London: A home office for GBP8,000,000. Average borough house price is GBP806,000. Roof terrace for entertaining clients and friends when working from this home office / Chestertons. This refurbished period property is located between Smithfield Market and the Barbican. This property is perfect for those who want to work remotely but still need to be close to the office. The building measures 10,620 square feet and has three floors of office space. There is also a small apartment on the roof terrace that can be used for entertaining clients or friends. A word of warning to the work alcoholic, with bookshelves and cabinetry built into the kitchen-living-study area and a desk there too, it’s hard to work out where the office ends and the apartment begins.Richmond-upon-Thames: A Stucco-fronted mansion in Barnes for GBP6,000,000Average borough house price: GBP776,000A white, Stucco-fronted villa in leafy Barnes by the Thames / WinkworthBarnes is a celeb-haven with famous residents including Holly Willoughby and Stanley Tucci. Lonsdale Road is located in the bend of river, near Hammersmith Bridge. This bridge gives you access to great pubs on both sides of the Thames like the Dove. The white Victorian detached villa with stucco facade is a star-worthy property that has five bedrooms and nearly 4,000 square feet. It also includes a huge kitchen that runs the length the house, which opens onto the backyard. This home is being sold by Winkworth. Islington: Renovated Victorian Townhouse with Turkish Hammam for GB5,995,000. Average borough house price is GB712,000. Knight FrankAward-winning architect Phil Coffey was behind the renovation of this Victorian townhouse at Englefield Road, between Highbury and Islington. Two additional floors were added to the house in 2018. The gym, marble-clad bathrooms, and outdoor seating area are now located on top of a large, glazed garden floor that allows light to penetrate the basement. Six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a spa with a Turkish Hammam are some of the amenities that this home offers. Knight Frank is selling it. Nearly 40% of the borough is protected green space. There are nine excellent primary schools and three outstanding State schools. It is also the birthplace for Roald Dahl and Kate Bush. Roald Dahl stayed with friends in the only flint Cottage in Bexley village. The most expensive home in the area is also available around the corner. This detached, Grade II-listed, four-bedroom home has a large back yard, a paddock, and two stables for a horsey family. The average borough house price is GBP397,000. A funky kitchen in Croydon, well-equipped with a spirits bar, wine fridge / FoxtonsIn Shirley, the posh part of Croydon – this 10,333 sq. ft family home has seven bathrooms and five bedrooms. It is nestled between Addington Hills Park and Addington Golf Club in the golf course country. The new kitchen features a built-in spirit cabinet and wine refrigerator with multi-coloured glass pendant lighting hanging above the island. The garden also has a separate complex that houses the swimming pool, gym, and spirits cabinet. It has three floors and includes a landscaped garden, an outdoor kitchen, a cinema, a 12-metre-long swimming pool, gym, staff quarters, and a temperature-controlled wine wall. Crystal chandeliers from Belgium and Chesney fireplaces are used. It is better to visit one of the many local parks than to put leather to willow in this immaculately maintained back garden with its circular and arched windows. The master bedroom suite is the highlight of the property with its own bathroom and a Juliet balcony that overlooks the lawn. The property also includes a modern timber studio/gym in the back yard.Haringey: A stepford wives’ mansion with a cinema room room and an indoor pool for GBP10,000,000. Knight Frank: This new villa is being built in Highgate Village, right next to Highgate Golf Club. It’s currently a shell of an existing building, but plans show a beautiful modern home with seven bedrooms and a kitchen. A cinema room will be added, as well as glazed spiral stairs that lead to a large indoor pool with a jacuzzi and a landscaped yard. It’s being offered by Knight Frank.Merton: This Fine & County house is located between Wimbledon Common and All England Club / Fine & County. This seven-bedroom detached home is located on one of the most desirable streets in Wimbledon. It is located on the eastern side Wimbledon Common, close to the All England Tennis Club as well as Wimbledon Village. It boasts six bathrooms, more than 7,500 square feet, and a swimming pool, a theatre room, and dressing rooms off of the main bedrooms. This gives plenty of space for all seven main Wombles. Fine & Country is selling this home. Newham: Are you a developer? This semi-detached home, which costs GBP1,500,000, can be converted into flats. RightmoveThis floor is extremely polished and runs through the downstairs. It’s located in Forest Gate, just north of West Ham Park. This semi-detached house, which spans three floors, including the attic, is being promoted as a development opportunity. This property is ideal for tennis and horse lovers. The 2,491 square foot home has five bedrooms and the outbuildings cover 23,000 square feet over 21 acres. The house has an indoor swimming pool, stables, an indoor riding arena, and an Astro-turf tennis court. It is located just a few minutes from Chiswick overground station and is just a short drive from the Thames. The sprawling property, which was built between the wars, covers 10,214 square feet and has 10 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, and 4 reception rooms. It also has a 100ft-long garden and a swimmingpool. A dome with curved stained-glass is located above the grand staircase. It’s on sale with Thackerays.Redbridge: Weird plot or golden development opportunity? GBP2,999,000. Average borough house price: GBP482,000Imagination and deep pockets are required to transform this right-angled urban parcel / John ThomaThis South Woodford house has nine bedrooms and seven bathrooms. It measures 4,856 square feet. It is located on a t-shaped lot that could be divided into multiple plots by a budding developer, or sold to someone who wants to build a home. The house is equipped with a large playroom and a garage. Southwark: A penthouse overlooking St Paul’s Cathedral, the Shard and the Thames for GBP10 750,000. Average borough house price is GBP521,000. The 39th floor penthouse at Southbank Tower/ JLLThe penthouse on the 38th floor at Southwark Tower has five bedrooms and four bathrooms. It offers panoramic views of London, including the City, the Thames, St Paul’s Cathedral, and the Shard. The penthouse has a 24-hour concierge and a gym, spa, and swimming pool. There is also a common sky garden and a shared sky garden on the 10th. This modern mansion is 10,000 sq ft and offers all the amenities of central London. It has a cinema, pool, gym and an outside area that can be used for al-fresco entertaining. Sutton: This is the address for a golf enthusiast. The road is named after the sport. The 7,700 square foot home is located on Golf Side, which is the only private gated road in South Cheam and backs directly onto the Cuddington Golf Course. The home has seven bedrooms, a music room, a gym, and a 40ft-long kitchen that faces the southwesterly yard. This property is being marketed by Christies. Tower Hamlets: A waterside property in St Katherine’s Docks for GBP4,750,000. Average borough house price is GBP418,000Views of St Katherine’s Docks/ FoxtonsThere’s an end-of-terrace six-bedroom house available in St Katherine’s Docks with views overlooking the water. The entry leads to a large drawing area with a study that can be used as a work space. This is located near the wine shop, which makes it difficult for paperwork to be completed. The lower ground floor houses the kitchen, breakfast room, and open-plan dining-and-reception area. The second floor has a roof terrace. It is 0.3 miles from the station and 0.6 mile to the high road. It is just a few minutes walk from Hollow Pond and Leyton Flats, which are open spaces. The two Victorian houses that were once part of the family home are now one large house. The property has loft storage, two cellars, and a fully-networked log cabin office. It has a west-facing yard and parking for seven cars. It is being offered for sale by Grimshaw Homes. Lewisham: A family home that offers views of the City from its garden. Average borough house price: GBP463,000. Harvey & WheelerThis family home, which has eight bedrooms and four bathrooms, is located on the leafy road near the Horniman Museum & Gardens and between Dulwich Road and Honor Oak Road. The garden has views that extend to the City. Barking & Dagenham – A colorful family home in Barking & Dagenham at GBP1.1m. Average borough house price in Barking & Dagenham is GBP336,000. The ink blue galley kitchen in Barking’s most expensive home / William H Brown. There is only one home available in East London borough of Barking & Dagenham, with a price tag exceeding GBP1million. The detached house, which has four bedrooms, is located in Barking town and not Dagenham. It is on the leafy Longridge Road, which runs alongside Barking Park. It is also only 0.4 miles away from Barking station. The current owners have used a lot of colour in the rooms and it may need to be redecorated. The kitchen cabinets are a bright ink-blue, with a mustard yellow living room and a lime-green bedroom. The landing and stairs are adorned with bright red carpets. Tartan curtains can be found in another bedroom.