Where in England has the biggest houses?

What part of the UK has the biggest houses?

Both the largest and the longest privately owned house in the UK is Wentworth Woodhouse in Wentworth, near to Rotherham. It has 250,000 square foot or 23,000 square metres of floor space, which is some going, considering that the average UK property has around 97 square metres.

Where is the nicest cheapest place to live in UK?

Top 10 most affordable UK cities

  1. Londonderry. Average house price: £155,917. …
  2. Carlisle. Average house price: £163,232. …
  3. Bradford. Average house price: £164,410. …
  4. Stirling. Average house price: £208,927. …
  5. Aberdeen. Average house price: £205,199. …
  6. Glasgow. Average house price: £196,625. …
  7. Perth. Average house price: £203,229. …
  8. Inverness.

What’s the poshest town in England?

Virginia Water in Surrey had the highest average value of any town in England, with the average house price at approximately 1.3 million British pounds.

Which country has the nicest houses?

Birgu — one of the oldest areas in Malta — was crowned the winner, with 79% of people saying that the houses in this area are completely breathtaking. In second place came Bibury, England, famed for its honey-hued stone cottages, while Tuscany in Italy rounded off the top three.

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