With the number of homes valued at seven figures or more at a record high in the UK, more and more property millionaires are expected to turn their back on traditional estate agents next year. Here, we take a look at some of the property millionaires who stand to save up to six-figures in commission by selling with House Network.
Regents Park, London - £8,000,000 (£172,000 saved in estate agent fees*)
Designed by the Buckingham Palace and Marble Arch architect John Nash, the owner’s Grade II listed, five-bedroom house is situated in London’s Regents Park.
The semi-detached villa has four reception rooms, a study, drawing room and tower room. The garden has also recently been featured in Country Life.
See the full listing here.
West Essex, - £2,195,000 (£46,813 in savings)
Situated in seven acres of grounds, this Grade II listed barn conversion comes complete with a Roman ended swimming pool, summer house and sauna. See the full listing here.
Gwynedd, Wales - £1.25m (£26,401 in savings)
Dating back to the 16th century this six-bedroom house – which has planning permission for a private hotel – has a games room, wine cellar and four acres of grounds. See the full listing here.
Coventry, Warwickshire - £1,500,000 (savings of £31,801)
The Old Manor House is situated in one of Coventry’s most sought after areas and has both an indoor swimming pool and a self-contained guest wing. See the full listing here.
Ipswich, Suffolk - £1,100,000 (savings of £23,161)
With picturesque views of the River Orwell estuary, Redgate Barn dates from 1620, has seven bedrooms and a stunning oak and glass staircase. Full listing here.
*Based on standard 1.8% estate agent commission