Anvil Varma, a villa owner here, called this place as one of the most expensive landfills in the world.
The unique street officially called Boulevard Bishops in Hampstead, North London is a road with 66 houses which are the most expensive houses in England. The adventurous urban adventurers went into some huge empty mansions here, where spider webs covered with dilapidated walls and ceilings covered large rooms like primitive caves.
Pools in drained houses and bedrooms were abandoned for many years as in the bodies of giant ships. Many of the villas were uninhabited for more than a quarter of a century. The average price for these street houses is over £ 1 million in the late 1980s and is currently £ 15 million.
In 2014, a survey by The Guardian showed that a total of 16 of these street villas were completely uninhabited, while others were only used by the owner for a short period of time. year. A resident here shared that 95% of people living here don’t really live here. This is a bad place to live.
This person said the place was very boring and the road was always narrow. She didn’t think many people wanted to live in such big houses.
The average home price in the UK is now £ 230,776, 65 times lower than an average villa here (£ 15 million). Currently, one-third of the most expensive villas in this segment are empty. They have a total value of about 350 million pounds. There are more than 120 bedrooms in empty houses.
Uninhabited homes include a row of ten £ 73 million villas that have been virtually unused since they were purchased between 1989 and 1993. The buyer was identified as a Saudi royal family. In addition, owners of these villas also have Brunei Sultan, Heather Mills and Sir Billy Butlin who is the founder of the UK holiday budget fund.
Billionaire Richard Desmond, the former owner of Express Expressapers and North & Shell’s founder, Ok! Magazine publisher, also owns a street villa. In 2016, it was reported that Justin Bieber was renting a villa with 15 bedrooms on Boulevard Bishops for £ 108,000 per month.
And in 2008, former Kazakh President Nurseult Nazarbayev bought a house on this street for £ 50 million, making it one of the most expensive houses in the UK.