Whether it’s overpriced, in the wrong area or just too small – there are plenty of reasons a property might not sell, even a mansion.
The average house price in Watford comes in at £435,046 which is way above the national average.
Priced at a premium, homes in the area benefit from close links to the Capital whilst still boasting the stunning Hertfordshire countryside.
You may think selling your house is only stressful for the majority of us and is probably not something that affects the rich and famous – well, think again.
Here are the mutli-million-pound mansions in and around Watford that won’t sell even after years on the market:
First listed: April 2018
Cobden Hill, Radlett WD7
Since first being listed this incredible millionaires mansion has been reduced by nearly £1million.
First on the market at £8,950,000 the property was reduced by £950,000 in February this year.
The breath-taking pad is on the market with Lumley Estates and boasts a whopping 8,948 square feet.
There are six large bedrooms as well as six bathrooms, every room has been uniquely designed to the highest specification.
At the heart of the house is a state-of-the-art kitchen with a grand dining room.
Impressing at every corner the property has a jaw-dropping library which can be viewed from the cascading staircase.
Ofcourse, no millionaire’s mansion is complete without a James Bond-style bar and wine cellar.
Outside there’s a swimming pool, you can even run inside to use the steam room if you fancy an at-home spa day.
First listed: February 2018
Newlands Avenue, Radlett WD7
An Instagrammers paradise, this contemporary mansion is like something straight out of a glossy magazine.
Picture-perfect at every corner the property is aesthetically pleasing throughout and simply oozes grandeur and luxury.
The stunning property sits on a plot of 0.46 acres and boasts a large garden as well as an indoor swimming pool, sauna and gym complex – who would turn that down?
At over 9,300 square feet this massive mansion has plenty of space for a large family and staff with seven bedrooms, six bathrooms and five reception rooms.
The jaw-dropping property has a cinema room and impressive home office that could rival the presidential Oval Office.
There is a self-contained annexe to the side of the property with its own kitchen, bedroom, living room and bathroom which is ideal for staff of guests.
At an undisclosed price this property has had some trouble shifting with more than two and-a-half years on the market.
First listed: March 2018
Copse Wood Way, Northwood HA6
Originally on the market for £2million this six-bedroom home has seen its price change considerably in the last two years.
Currently at its lowest price the property is more than quarter of a million less than the original asking price.
In need of some modernisation this property is a blank canvas that the new owner can really leave their stamp on.
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