Britain's most expensive parking space goes up for sale for £350,000

Britain’s most expensive parking space goes on sale in Knightsbridge for £350,000 – the price of a five-bed home in Yorkshire

  • Parking bay in Knightsbridge is 20ft-long and boasts a garage porter and CCTV 
  • The luxury bay in London is on leasehold and offers ample security for a supercar
  • On 25-year mortgage at 3.92 per cent, paying it off would cost £1,649 per-month
  • For same price a five-bedroom detached house in Sheffield is up for grabs

Britain’s most-expensive parking spot is on the market for £350,000 – the same price as a five-bedroom detached family home in Sheffield.

The underground parking bay in upmarket Knightsbridge, London, is 20ft-long and boasts a daily garage porter and CCTV.

The luxury bay – located just a stone’s throw away from designer department store Harrods – is on leasehold and offers ample security for a supercar.

On a 25-year mortgage at 3.92 per cent, paying it off would cost £1,649 per-month – if the buyer forks out a massive £35,000 deposit.

Britain’s most-expensive parking spot (pictured) is on the market in upmarket Knightsbridge, London, for £350,000 – the same price as a five-bedroom detached family home in Sheffield

The number feels especially large when, for the same price a five-bedroom detached house at the end of a quiet cul de sac in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, is up for grabs

The five-bedroom (one pictured) property has three bathrooms, a private garden and offroad parking as well as a garage

The number feels especially large when, for the same price, a five-bedroom detached house at the end of a quiet cul de sac in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, is up for grabs.

The property has three bathrooms, a private garden and off-road parking as well as a garage. 

The master bedroom has an en-suite and there is a family bathroom on the same floor.

The underground parking bay in upmarket Knightsbridge, London, is 20ft-long and boasts a daily garage porter and CCTV (the garage, pictured)

While the fifth bedroom is ideal for a big family, it could also function as an office space.

If new-builds are more the buyer’s choice, a four-bedroom property with a two-car drive port is up for grabs in Greetland, West Yorkshire, for £350,000.

The property has oak veneered floors throughout and does not yet have a kitchen, giving the new buyers the opportunity to pick their own.

There is a kitchen and dining room on the lower ground. The ground floor boasts three double bedrooms – one with an en-suite.

The property can house four cars in total – two in its car port and two on its driveway. 

The property has oak veneered floors throughout and does not yet have a kitchen, giving the new buyers the opportunity to pick their own (its garden, pictured)

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