Celebrity homes have long been the topic of curiosity, with features many of us could only dream of, boasting facilities like home cinemas, heated pools and tennis courts. Here we will take a look at some of the most sought-after celebrity properties and neighbourhoods in the UK.
Aside from his US properties, worth around £30 million, Simon Cowell also owns an impressive home worth about £10 million in Holland Park, London. This street has been nicknamed “Millionaires Row”, and it’s easy to see why, with occupants including The Beckhams, Robin Williams and Elton John, just to name a few.
If you like the idea of rubbing shoulders with celebrities, living in this London neighbourhood will cost you an average of £2.5 million. You might be surprised that the average price of a home in London is around £686,000, meaning that remortgaging and climbing the property ladder could be attainable for some. Of course, it would require exceptionally good money management. However, it’s important to remember that long-term investments and meticulous planning can go a long way when you’re well informed and have realistic, achievable targets in mind.
To get a better idea of what would be needed, speak with a mortgage broker about what is necessary to purchase a Holland Park home with an average deposit of at least £200,000, or maybe one of the less expensive neighbouring London addresses. With online services that are streamlined and efficient, you could have a realistic estimate of how much you can afford to borrow in a matter of days. Brands like Trussle compare 12,000 deals against 90 lenders and support you in your journey to acquiring your dream home.
David and Victoria Beckham’s home in west London is also situated in the exclusive Holland Park, West London and is worth around £31 million. This London mansion is just one of several impressive properties owned by the couple, and they also spend their time in a beautifully renovated barn in the Cotswolds and property in the US.
Being an international football star means moving a lot, so Wayne and Coleen Rooney have owned numerous impressive properties. Their complex in Cheshire was worth an estimated £20 million and included fishing lacks and a cinema, just to mention a few of its remarkable features.
You may have already gotten a glimpse into the home of Jamie and Jools Oliver through their Instagram posts. While confined to a home over the past few years, Jamie also filmed some shows from their London property, which is estimated at around £8.9 million.
The Suffolk Village where Ed Sheeran owns his home, or should we say homes, has been nicknamed “Sheeran-ville”. The international pop star bought four properties beside each other, creating his own private space. When he purchased the group of homes in the Suffolk Village, they were worth an estimated £2.8 million and since then have no doubt increased in value.
Unlike most celebrities who move around a lot, Elton John has owned his Windsor home for many years and purchased the property back in 1974 for under £500,000. The 18th-century mansion is worth over £5 million and has been adapted to the star’s distinctive tastes.
The British pop star has accumulated an impressive property portfolio, including homes in London and the United States. Adele’s two Kensington properties were worth in the region of £11 million when she purchased them. She also owns an estate in Beverly Hills worth around £7 million.
George and Amal Clooney enjoy their massive property situated on the bank of the River Thames, worth around £10 million. Their London property reportedly includes a cinema, bar, and pool. The power couple also owns properties in the United States and Italy.
The formula one champion enjoys downtime in his £18 million mansion in West London. The unique six-bed villa was previously owned by fashion designer Christopher Bailey and actor Simon Woods. Hamilton also owns an impressive New York penthouse worth around £32 million and a luxury Monte Carlo retreat.