Top 3 Most Expensive Places To Live In The UK
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Home is where the heart is. That has definitely been true this year, with all of us working from home. We all want to know what it would be like to experience the luxurious life. Sipping champagne, lounging by the pool and not being worried about money.
TOP 3 MOST EXPENSIVE PLACES TO LIVE IN THE UK
Excluding London, Virginia Water, Surrey is one of the most expensive places to live in the UK. You can buy a house here for around £1,560,784 www.rightmove.co.uk. It is a popular commuter town, and has been described as still having village charm despite the influx of wealth. Virginia Water, Surrey, borders the beautiful countryside.
Sandbanks is well known to be an extremely luxurious places to live. Not far from our Stay Connected office is Sandbanks, a small peninsula in Poole. Located in the south coast of the UK, Sandbanks is well known for its beauty and high property prices. The reason why prices are so high are obvious when you go there, but Sandbanks is located on one of Europe’s biggest natural harbours, hence space is limited. Exclusivity comes at a price of around £1,358,151on average (figures provided by right move https:// www.rightmove.co.uk/house-prices/ sandbanks.html)
London, being the bustling capital, is obviously a rather pricey area. Westminster in particular is where you want to be to experience the life of luxury. Grafton street is 30,788% more expensive than the national median of £224,000.
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Usually air conditioning units are unsightly and can stick out like a sore thumb whereas the Invisible. AC systems uses inconspicuous and subtle outlets with the equipment hidden behind structures. As the name suggests, the Invisible.AC system is the most discreet system available and will not detract from your existing décor.
Quietness is key. The invisible. AC system uses acoustic technology throughout to ensure the system operates at a low decibel level with minimal vibration. Sound-attenuating ducts combined with smooth running modules, extensive insulation and low-turbulence outlets enable noise levels as low as NR20.