Exclusive: This two bedroom mobile home in Denham, Buckinghamshire, is only available to cash buyers aged at least 55-years old
It comes in the week that Nationwide revealed that average house prices have risen 4.3 per cent during the past year to £205,240. It predicts that values will continue to rise, climbing 2 per cent throughout 2017.
However, average values would have to increase significantly – by almost £100,000 – before they reached the price of this £299,950 mobile home in Bracknell, Berkshire. The property has two bedrooms, a garage and a large garden.
It has a spacious kitchen with a breakfast bar that can comfortably seat three people
Our next pick of mobile homes costing more than an average British home is a £275,000 property in Denham, Buckinghamshire.
It comes with two bedrooms, fitted wardrobes and double glazing.
The most expensive mobile home in our selection is a three bedroom property with a price tag of £499,950.
This mobile home is in St Neots in Cambridgeshire and is on the market for £250,000