Ennismore Gardens Photo: Beauchamp

London real estate prices have been climbing to astonishing heights over the years. Today, the average price of a home in the UK megacity is well over £500,000 (about $788,827 USD).

If you’re looking to land a sweet pad in an area like Knightsbridge or Chelsea, however, you’ll have to cough up much, much more than that.

A recent report by Christie’s International Real Estate showed that London’s luxury real estate is the most expensive in the world at an average of $4,119 USD per square foot.

So, if you have a spare $20 million lying around, why not splurge on one of these amazing properties in London?!

Stormont Road – £12,950,000 GBP or $20,291,445 USD

Stormont Road Photo: Sotheby’s Realty

This property on Stormont Road features a spacious, west-facing garden and a grand, gated carriage drive. The recently restored residence boasts immaculate interior finishes, eight bedrooms and seven full baths.

Ebury Square – £13,950,000 GBP or $21,858,352 USD

Ebury Square Photo: Sotheby’s Realty

You’ll practically be neighbours with the Queen in this four bedroom, four bathroom apartment. Spectacular, high-end finishes give the interiors an ultra-posh feel.

Ormonde Gate – £15,500,000 GBP or $24,287,057 USD

Ormonde Gate Photo: Christie’s Real Estate

This property is part of the highly-sought-after Chelsea area. The house has direct access to the historic gardens of Burton Court, making for some gorgeous bedroom views (there’s nine of them!).

Ennismore Gardens – £12,250,000 GBP or about $19,288,850 USD

Ennismore Gardens Photo: Beauchamp

This listing forms part of a row of romantic, Victorian townhomes on the eastern side of Ennismore Gardens. North of Brompton Road and just south of Hyde Park, this five bedroom, four bathroom home is ideally located for a day of shopping at Harrod’s followed by an outdoor picnic.

The South Penthouse – £15,000,000 GBP or about $23,621,025 USD

The South Penthouse Photo: Beauchamp

Purchasers of this luxurious penthouse can enjoy sweeping views of London (including landmarks like the London Eye!) over their morning coffee. Some of the building’s amenities include a cinema, a landscaped garden terrace and a Private Residents Club — because what’s the point of living in a penthouse in London if you don’t get to be part of an awesome club?

Eaton Place – £11,000,000 GBP or about $17,327,200 USD

Eaton Place Photo: Beauchamp

Vaulted ceilings and three windows on three sides make this residence in Belgravia beautifully light and airy. Plus, you can access this sweet London pad via your own private elevator!

Hans Court – £12,950,000 GBP or about $20,392,818 USD

Hans Court Photo: Harrod’s Estates

With Harrod’s and countless other designer shops just steps away, fashionistas will be in their element in this majestic mansion. The house itself boasts three spacious reception rooms and five bedrooms, including two master suites.

Queensberry Place – £12,500,000 GBP or about $19,681,250 USD

Queensberry Place Photo: Harrod’s Estates

This refurbished, historic townhouse will be perfect for entertaining your posh British friends with its enormous drawing-room, seven bedrooms and ample basement storage space. The pad is located in South Kensington close by the Victoria and Albert Museum, The Natural History Museum and Kensington Palace — maybe you can invite Kate and William over for tea!

The Belvedere – £11,999,999 GBP or about $18,893,998 USD

The Belvedere Photo: Harrod’s Estates

Spanning the 18th, 19th and 20th floors of The Belvedere in Chelsea Harbour, this impressive penthouse apartment boasts spectacular 360-degree views of the Thames and the city’s skyline. Some of its amazing features include multiple terraces, double-height ceilings in one of the reception rooms and, of course, a private elevator!

York Terrace East – £15,950,000 GBP or about $25,113,275 USD

York Terrace East Photo: Foxtons

This majestic period building offers impeccable interior features, winning views of Regent’s Park and secure underground parking spaces. The home features nine bedrooms and four stylish reception rooms ideal for entertaining.

Lowndes Square – £14,250,000 GBP or about $22,443,037 USD

Lowndes Square Photo: Christie’s Real Estate

This Knightsbridge penthouse gives off an exquisitely modern aura with its contemporary, high-quality finishes. Some of its impressive features include heated marble floors, a cinema room and direct elevator access.

One Kensington Gardens – £11,650,000 GBP or about $18,348,167 USD

One Kensington Gardens Photo: Christie’s Real Estate

This four-bedroom, four bathroom duplex apartment is part of the world-class development One Kensington Gardens, which sits opposite Kensington Palace and Gardens. Designed by award-winning architect David Chipperfield, the building offers some pretty impressive amenities including valet parking, a health spa and a 25-metre indoor swimming pool.

Cadogan Place – £14,250,000 GBP or about $22,443,037 USD

Cadogan Place Photo: Christie’s Real Estate

Residents of Cadogan Place have the best of both worlds with all the world-class, urban amenities of Knightsbridge close by as well as eight acres of green space at their doorsteps. Other impressive features of this impeccable Georgian property include a winter garden or conservatory, a rooftop terrace and a chef’s kitchen.

Connaught Place – From £11,750,000 GBP – £14,750,000 GBP or about $18,501,726 USD – $23,280,146 USD

Connaught Place Photo: Beauchamp

This historic property blends exquisite, modern elements with stately Georgian influences. The building was built in the 19th Century and is now part of a conservation area to preserve its magnificent, antiquated architecture.

Walton Place – £14,500,000 GBP or about $22,831,917 USD

Walton Place Photo: Harrod’s Estates

Staying true to the classic London aesthetic of white-stucco townhouses, Walton Place in Knightsbridge also offers lots of space inside with five floors, four bedrooms and large entertaining rooms on the lower ground, ground and first floor levels. The property also boasts two rooftop terraces and a patio garden.

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