10 Expensive Things Owned By UK Billionaires

The United Kingdom is home to over 177 Billionaires with a combined net worth of £653 billion pounds, today we look at ten of them.

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10 — Mayfair Mega Mansion — John Caudwell

Considered to be Britain’s most expensive home in Mayfair, this impressive home is thought to have cost Phones4U founder John Caudwell £250 million pounds.

Having around 15 bedrooms, a mirrored dancefloor, basement nightclub five kitchens and a 120-capacity ballroom, the home covers 43,000 square feet.

The home features a £500,000 car stacking device that can take eight cars from street level to storage at the press of a button.

Inside you will also find an indoor pool with a volcanic lava installation, marble staircase and artwork worth over £300,000.

Combined from Ancaster House and its property next door, the home cost over £65 million pounds to renovate in one of the world’s most exclusive postcodes.

Caudwell made his billions after selling Single-point to Vodafone for £405m and later sold his wider business three years later for £1.46 billion pounds.

9 — Yacht Hampshire — Andrew Currie

Launched at the Feadship yard on Kaag Island and named originally as Vanish, London based designer Harrison Eidsgaard, designed both the interior and exterior of Hampshire.

Built out of steel, the superstructure is made out of aluminium with teak laid decks and registered in the Cayman Islands.

Powered by twin 1,850hp MTU 12V4000 M53 engines, she has a top speed of 18.5 knots (34 km/h) and a range of 5200 nautical miles.

The yacht features six guest cabins that can accomodate 12 guests and she has room for 17 crew.

She was one 826 yachts that were sold in 2018 and was most recently on display at Monaco Yacht Show , Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

She is the 43rd-largest yacht built by Feadship and currently listed as the…



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