Someone actually bought Britain’s most expensive home

I love this house….

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This magnificent mansion which was put on the market three years ago for £100 million has finally sold for around a quarter the original asking price. See SWNS story SWMANSION:  Heath Hall, on The Bishops Avenue, is a 24,000 sq/ft trophy home set in a plot of around 2.5-acres. Property tycoon Andreas Panayiotou bought it as a rundown wreck for £5 million in 2006 and then set about transforming the property into his dream home. After spending a fortune on a lavish refurbishment, the businessman put it on the market in 2011 for a staggering £100 million - making it the most expensive home for sale on the open market in the UK. The home that screams money (Picture: SWNS)

This crazy big mansion was put on the market for an eye-watering £100million – making it Britain’s most expensive home.

But when a buyer couldn’t be found for Heath Hall in The Bishops Avenue, north London, property tycoon Andreas Panayiotou was forced to drastically slash the price to £65million.

Yet it remained stagnant in the market for three years – until this week.

The 24,000 sq/ft trophy home set in a plot of around 2.5-acres went for a quarter of its asking price at £25million.

This magnificent mansion which was put on the market three years ago for £100 million has finally sold for around a quarter the original asking price. See SWNS story SWMANSION:  Heath Hall, on The Bishops Avenue, is a 24,000 sq/ft trophy home set in a plot of around 2.5-acres. Property tycoon Andreas Panayiotou bought it as a rundown wreck for £5 million in 2006 and then set about transforming the property into his dream home. After spending a fortune on a lavish refurbishment, the businessman put it on the market in 2011 for a staggering £100 million - making it the most expensive home for sale on the open market in the UK. A grand entrance: The home was bought as a rundown wreck and converted into this beauty (Picture: SWNS)

It’s more than 25 times the size of the average new build.

Mark Pollack, director of Aston Chase, whose agency acquired the mansion, wouldn’t reveal the identity of the purchaser but confirmed the new owner is now set to carry out a major…

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