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Dream Properties

If you could live anywhere in the world in your dream home where would it be? Perhaps by the sea, in the mountains or next to your favourite sports stadium. A castle on top of a hill or a contemporary new build with open plan living. No matter what your dream home is, you’re sure to find one here you will fall in love with.

 

Jordon Gladman

  Location location location for me! I just love the area that surrounds this apartment… not just because its a stone’s throw from The Emirates! However being an Arsenal anorak living in the old Highbury would incredible. I’m also very shallow, so the idea of an ultra modern flat in London really speaks to me.

https://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/details/54094612?search_identifier=13abbb09f999fce84568033191f1cbdf

 

Michelle Cheshire 

This is my dream house!! With my family roots being from St Vincent I would love the opportunity to have a home there. A slower pace of life, lots of wildlife and beautiful scenery. Not to mention some awesome rum cocktails!

https://www.rightmove.co.uk/overseas-property/property-42846639.html

 

Andrew Stanyard

  This would do for me! I love being by the sea, it’s where I feel most relaxed. A beautiful house that would be great for me and the family and it even has a balcony with a lovely view to enjoy a sundowner from! I just need a lottery win now.

https://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-70845400.html

 

Petula Crick

This would be my dream home in Norfolk where I would like to retire to one day. Money being no object. This house would have all the room I need for friends and family to stay and a separate annex for anyone who wished to stay longer. Added bonus it is walking distance to a beach.

It would also mean that if we need to self-isolate again I could invite my family and friends to come and stay during lockdown and I would be able to spend time with my 3 grandchildren who I’m really missing right now.

https://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-68957415.html

 

Charlotte Simons

 I can’t decide between these 2 properties so why not have both 😉

I spent most of my formative summer years in the Moorish mountain village of Frigiliana, in Andalucia, and I have longed to own my very own slice, of this truly historic village. This traditional property is just off the church square, in the old Morisco-Mudéjar part of the town, and will have the most amazing views down to the Med – where on a clear day you’ll be able to see the mountains of Africa. The views in the other direction will be of the majestic Almijaran mountains. All village life will be on the doorstep and my only compromise, no pool but this house is all about location and tradition, I’ll just head down to the beach.

https://www.edwardsestates.es/en/sales/large-traditional-townhouse-1575

This will be my weekend residence, about 60km from Frigiliana … In the foothills of the Serria Navada and not a soul in sight. This converted mill is a truly unique property with more rustic charm than you can shake a stick at. Water is the real feature of this house; the river, three fountains keeping the air cool, and most importantly the swimming pool with views to die for.

https://www.orgivaproperties.com/home/properties/investment/property/358-mill-old-molino-character-unique-nature-modern-design