Have You Got A Spare 22m?
IF you have a spare £22million lying around then you will be able to snap up the country's most expensive new build property.
This stunning eight-bedroom mansion situated on the exclusive The Bishops Avenue, otherwise known as Billionaires' Row, has been put up for sale today.
Barry Angel, managing director of Albany Homes, said: "Fairways is a grand mansion, situated on one of London's most expensive addresses, set off the avenue and enjoying luscious green surroundings, offering a fantastic turn-key opportunity to discerning buyers who require a prime property, with a private setting, providing a convenient route into central London."
The luxurious house boasts eight bedrooms, a private detached guesthouse, a large garden and a leisure complex likened to one in a "seven-star hotel".
The Fairways property is spread over a staggering 17,000 square foot and is one of the most expensive new builds in the world.
The double-fronted mansion in London took 18 months of work to complete and was built by luxury developer Albany Homes.
They have put it on the market with Glentree Estates for £22 million. At this price the buyer will have to pay more than £1.5 million in stamp duty alone.
The Bishops Avenue is one of London's most illustrious addresses and is home to foreign royalty, Oligarchs and celebrities.
Trevor Abrahamsohn, who has sold more than £3billion of houses in the area, has been instructed to sell Fairways.
He said: "A lot of wealthy people like their homes to be close to an iconic road like The Bishops Avenue but also set back so they get greater privacy.
"Fairways is in a leafy enclave and it backs onto Highgate Golf Course.
"Why should someone buy it? It is a cross between a country home and a townhouse, nestled between two medieval villages.
"The finest schools are on your doorstep, there are two golf courses within walking distance and the centre of London just ten minutes away.
"It all comes at the quarter of the price of a home in Kensington."
The mansion has been designed to "deliver the wow factor upon arrival" and upon opening the front doors people step into a multi-storey atrium.
The mansion boasts art deco fireplaces, a 16-seater dining room and fully-fitted Poggenpohl kitchen.
All eight bedrooms come with en-suite bathrooms with the master bedroom occupying the same amount of space as a one-bedroom flat.
There is an enormous gym which occupies the lower ground floor and runs underneath the house and garden.
A dance floor can accommodate up to 200 guests and there is a garage - serviced by a turning table - which can hold four cars.