Not sure this place excites me as much as some we have featured, but the fact that this house was Ideal Home of the Year Winner in 1963 makes this 1960s five-bedroom property in Mill Hill, London NW7 worthy of a mention.
It certainly has its selling points though, not least a massive two-acre plot, which pushes the price up considerably. A suitably large house sat within it too.
Indeed, once you head up that extensive driveway and you’ll find a house with that’s described as having a ‘fabulous’ reception hall which leads into the the main reception rooms and the kitchen/breakfast room.
Head up the sweeping staircase and you’ll find five bedrooms, which includes a master suite with bedroom, dressing room and en-suite bathroom. There are large en-suites to two of the other bedrooms too, as well as a family bathroom. That’s only half of the story too. The rooms are certainly substantial and curved staircase really is something else.
Outside, the landscaped gardens are a huge selling point and if you love your tennis, you’ll find the tennis court a pull too.
The house would be pricey on its own, but throw in all that land and it’s never going to be cheap. You’ll need £5,000,000 to secure this place.