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London’s most expensive rental properties – yours from as little as £108,000 a month.

With so many people in Britain priced out of the home buyers market the buy-to-let market is booming and in many areas rent prices are being pushed up rapidly as demand dramatically supersedes supply.

The cost of renting is particularly high in London –the most expensive town in the UK to rent with and an average rental property costing £1889.  London also has the fasted rate of rent inflation; according to Knight Frank the cost of renting an up market home in London soared by 15 per cent in the last 12 months.

So we thought we’d take a peek inside some of London’s most expensive rental properties.

Wellington Court, London £108,333

For a pricey £25,000 a week you could inhabit this super stylish  town flat with a stunning array of roof terraces; you’ll also get six bedroom suites, two receptions, a library, a screening room, gym, hydrotherapy spa and two kitchens .

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Mayfair, London, £173,333 a month

For a reasonable £40,000 a week you’ll be able to rent this stunning 14 bedroom property just off Berkeley Square. This house comes with its own ballroom, piano room, cinema room, staff kitchens and numerous lifts.

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Brick Street, Mayfair, London, W1J - £216,700 a month

And for a whopping £50,000 a week you’ll be able to unwind in this luxurious Mayfair pad. Arranged over three floors, with the added benefit of underground parking and a car lift the property provides generous and luxurious living space in a discreet setting. The property consists of seven bedrooms, two dressing rooms, seven bathrooms, guest cloakrooms, three reception rooms, kitchen, cinema, games room, bar, gym, swimming pool, solarium, steam and sauna room, roof terrace and courtyard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our landlord insurance policies cover contents, accidental damage, property owner’s liability, employer’s liability and vacant premises as standard, but there is the option of tailoring your package to include cover against unpredictable events such as terrorism.

Sources
homes.trovit.co.uk
money-watch.co.uk
ft.com
primelocation.com