Most and least expensive homes sold in the UK as house prices continue to rise – What We Know!

Right here is the the complete checklist of the ten most and least costly properties offered in England and Wales.

Most costly gross sales in January to March throughout England and Wales

14 Hyde Park Gate, London, Kensington and Chelsea, Higher London, SW7 5DG, which is a terrace home, offered for £22,700,494 on January 06

24 Smith Avenue, London, Kensington and Chelsea, Higher London, SW3 4EW, which is a terrace home, offered for £13,000,000 on January 11

23 Thurloe Sq., London, Kensington and Chelsea, Higher London, SW7 2SD, which is a terrace home, offered for £11,900,000 on January 14 (This sale could have been a buy-to-let, a switch to an organization, or a repossession)

Condominium 5.1, 10 Lancelot Place, London, Metropolis of Westminster, Higher London, SW7 1DR, which is a flat, offered for £11,250,000 on March 17

Condominium 701, 4 Pearson Sq., London, Metropolis of Westminster, Higher London, W1T 3BH, which is a flat, offered for £10,700,000 on February 09

18 Thurloe Sq., London, Kensington and Chelsea, Higher London, SW7 2TE, which is a terrace home, offered for £9,900,000 on January 11

27 Lancaster Street, London, Merton, Higher London, SW19 5DA, which is a indifferent home, offered for £9,075,000 on February 04

9 Coleridge Sq., London, Kensington and Chelsea, Higher London, SW10 0RT, which is a terrace home, offered for £8,750,000 on January 31

30 Launceston Place, London, Kensington and Chelsea, Higher London, W8 5RN, which is a semi-detached home, offered for £7,950,000 on January 31

14 Rosecroft Avenue, London, Camden, Higher London, NW3 7QB, which is a semi-detached home, offered for £7,700,000 on February 04

21 Powis Mews, London, Kensington and Chelsea, Higher London, W11 1JN, which is a terrace home, offered for £7,700,000 on January 11 (This sale could have been a buy-to-let, a switch to an organization, or a repossession)