Merseyside is home to an incredible selection of million-pound mansions and homes which look like they belong in Beverly Hills. From homes nestled in woodlands to incredibly stylish properties, there is a wealth of amazing homes for sale.
We’ve trawled through the finest luxury property agents and searched high and low to find the most amazing homes on the market right now in Merseyside.
Formby is one of the most affluent areas in Liverpool which is home to some of the most incredible houses. Larkhill Farm, which is located on Larkhill Lane, is an 8-bedroom manor house and one of the most impressive houses we’ve ever seen.
This mega mansion is Merseyside’s most expensive property after being valued at a cool £12.5 million. The extensive property, which is set within 5 acres of land, comes with eight bedrooms, stables, pool & spa and all weather tennis court. Spread over four floors, this home spans across a massive 16,500 square feet and is immaculately designed throughout. In the garden lies a secret ‘Go Ape’ outdoor trail and tree house for the kids.
If you don’t have £12.5 million in cash to purchase this property, there is the option to take out a mortgage. You’d still need over a million for a deposit, £1,250,000 to be exact and then your monthly repayments would be £60,313!
For the price of this property you could buy over 141 terraced houses in Aintree village, where the average house price is £88,153.
Another affluent area in Merseyside is across the water on the Wirral, where there are a number of million-pound houses.
Boasting stunning views over the Estuary Dee and the North Wales Coast, this property is perfectly secluded from the world and looks like it should be in Beverly Hills.
The 5-bedroom mansion comes with 3.5 acres of land, a tennis court and three tiered garden which are surrounded by woodlands.
This is only the third time this property has been up for sale since it was built in 1928 and still encompasses all the original features.
Priced at £2.45 million, this luxury mansion costs a cool £11,051 a month with a mortgage, meaning the down payment is £229,000, the cost of a large 4-bedroom house in West Darby.
Croft Drive, located on the Wirral, is a beautiful Edwardian home which is immaculately finished and oozes grandeur.
This eight-bedroom property features a grand driveway, two acres of land and six reception rooms. This large home has an authentic feel due to the exposed original ceilings that run throughout the property.
There is oak and maple flooring throughout, exposed pillars, numerous bay windows and original fireplaces which add to this property’s magnificence.
The £2.5 million property is situated in a quite country lane, which is lined with woodland and other magnificent properties, most of which are gated.
The property will set you back £250,000 for a deposit alone and a mortgage will cost you £12,064 a month over 25 years… wow!
Located on Kirklake Road in Formby, this ultra-modern property is the height of luxury. The bespoke, architect designed home is set in a private plot and boasts a glass exterior, making it look like it featured on Grand Designs.
The property comprises of six bedrooms, all of which come with en-suites, a private pool which overlooks the garden and boasts a control 4 “home automation system” which controls the lighting, blinds, music and audio visual systems in the property.
There is an exposed glass staircase and landing which complement the granite walls and white wash floors that run throughout.
This property is priced at £1.85 million, making it a fraction of the price of some of the other properties. There is £185,000 deposit that is followed by repayments of £8,927 every month for 25 years.
If you like to be surrounded by the countryside, this Edwardian home, which looks over the Royal Liverpool Golf Course with views towards the River Dee, is the home for you.
The magnificent seven-bedroom home was built to be the “best house on the road” and it doesn’t disappoint. With a grand façade both front and rear this large property can be seen from afar. Boasting wonderful period features inside and out the property has an art-deco influence throughout, including a number of impressive fireplaces, high decorative ceilings, panelled entrance and hallways throughout and fine oak staircase.
Located in Hoylake on the Wirral, this property is in a prime location. So prime in fact that the price is POA, meaning we could only imagine how expensive this property is.
Although these homes are probably inaccessible to many, it’s amazing to see inside these properties which are hiding where many can’t see them. All of these homes are individually unique and real works of art, from the ultra-modern to the classics such as Roughlands which has only been on sale three times since it was built in 1928, these homes all have something extraordinary to offer and we hope you agree. If you think we’ve missed a property off comment below and let us know which one would be your dream home.