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August 22, 2011

Tel: Britain’s most expensive houses

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1. £140m – Park Place, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire Bought in August 2011 by an unnamed Russian billionaire from Michael Spink, the UK-based property developer.

1. £140m – Park Place, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire

Bought in August 2011 by an unnamed Russian billionaire from Michael Spink, the UK-based property developer.

2. £136.4m – Penthouse, One Hyde Park, Knightsbridge, London

Sale announced in April 2011. Bought by Rinat Akhmetov, 44, Ukraine’s richest man, from Nick and Christian Candy, property developers.

3. £117m – Palace Green, Kensington Palace Gardens, London
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Bought in May 2008 by Lakshmi Mittal, for his son Aditya, from Noam Gottesman, an Israeli-American financier.

4. £80m – Upper Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, London

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Bought in February 2008 by Elena Franchuk, Ukrainian businesswoman, from Michael Spink.

5. £70m – Palace Green, Kensington Palace Gardens, London

Bought in May 2008 by Lakshmi Mittal, for his daughter Vanisha. Formerly the Philippine Embassy.

6. £62m – Eaton Square, Belgravia, London

Bought in August 2008, by German Khan, the reclusive Russian billionaire, from Lord Harris of Peckham, the chief executive of Carpetright.

7. £60m – Belgrave Square, London

Six-storey house bought in mid-2011 by an unidentified east European billionaire.

8. £57m – 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens

Bought in June 2004 by Lakshmi Mittal from Bernie Ecclestone.

9. £56m – Sloane House, Chelsea, London

Bought in December 2010 by Bernie Ecclestone for his daughter Petra, from Sir Anthony Bamford, the JCB digger tycoon.

10. £50m – Witanhurst Mansion, Highgate, London

Bought in July 2008, by Yelena Baturina, the wife of Yury Luzhkov, then the Mayor of Moscow, from private developers. 

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