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The most expensive houses for sale in Kent right now

The Canterbury Hub have gathered a list of the most lavish houses for sale in Kent right now – where will be the most expensive one?

While most of us are struggling to save for that heavy mortgage deposit, others are strolling around the county looking for the biggest and best properties on the market.

If you’re on the hunt for your million-pound Kentish property, then you’re on the right page. If you’re not – keep scrolling anyway – at least it’s free to dream.

6. Sandwich – £4,500,000 

We’ll start the list off with the cheapest property of all at £4,500,000. Despite the huge price tag, this property is far from minimal or humble. You won’t get just a house and land, you’ll also bag a leisure complex with swimming pool and sauna, a pool apartment, a cottage with a games room, and other cottages in case you’re having family over. It’s approximately 20,000 square foot and grounds of over 20 acres.

5. Hythe – £5,500,000

Situated at the historic coastal town of Hythe, this property includes five bedrooms, ‘superb’ indoor pool complex and gym with views of the the sea and a golf-course. This is the one for those with a love for modern, yet luxurious houses.

4. Dover – £5,800,000

This impressive farm comprises of 453 acres of land featuring an 18th Century house with huge gardens, a heated pool and even a tennis court. For those looking for the perfect country home, this may be your dream. It also includes multiple traditional and modern buildings to cater for your farming needs.

3. Bromley – £6,250,000

A 10,000 square foot property on a three acre plot of land, this stylish six-bedroom house have interiors imported all the way from Italy. It has a large front garden (if you can even call it that), a circular drive, secluded grounds and landscaped gardens. Oh, don’t forget the indoor swimming pool, steam room and sauna – also the cinema and room and double garage…

2. Orpington – £6,250,000

Situated in Orpington, the ‘Furzefield’ show-home in Keston Park is part of an exclusive gated community. Even though it’s still being developed, it aims to have at least six bedrooms and six bathrooms. Of course, a multi-million property will not be complete without a swimming pool, cinema room and a fitness gym.

1. Tonbridge – £7,950,000 

The most expensive house of all houses on the Kent market right now… Looking like something out of a romantic movie, this manor boasts elegancy in its architecture and charm in its grounds. It also includes a three bedroom lodge or groundskeeper house. It features a two acre lake with a separate duck pond and duck house – a true fairytale property.

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