Extravagant Stratheden ‘Lego’ House for Sale: $52 Million

How far would you go with your passion for Lego? Would you be willing to shell out £43 million (about $52 million) on a giant Lego home? Don’t worry, it’s not a real toy residence made of plastic bricks, but a very luxurious grownups home that happens to look like a Lego house.

Its name is actually Stratheden House, and it can be found on Bishops Avenue, one of the wealthiest and most exclusive streets in London. It was completed in 1925 and flaunts a total of 9 bedrooms, 5 reception rooms, 8 bathrooms, a team room, a sauna room, and even a spa/massage/hairdressing room. Excellent for working out is the 12 meter (39 foot) indoor pool and separate gym.

To help you make an idea of just how grand this residence is, we’ll just tell you that the polished-floor ballroom alone covers an area of 2,700 square feet, which is about the surface of a regular home. The outdoor area is just as magnificent, including a huge drive, various water features, a raised garden, and an Italian sunken garden too.

This is actually one of the most opulent homes on Bishops Avenue (aka Billionaires’ Row), and with a staggering asking price of $52 million, it is also one of the most expensive in the neighborhood. The almost one acre property also includes a two-bedroom cottage that can be used by the staff.

By : 18 Apr 2013
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