The Real Deal Miami

World’s most expensive home sees price cut

June 10, 2011 01:30PM

This cut-price sales listing breaks all the records.
Updown Court, a Neoclassical English mansion, just outside London, has just cut its price — to $123 million, Curbed reported. The epic property, built in 1924, was first listed for $143 million six years ago.
Set on 58 acres of woodland, it has a ridiculous 103 rooms, five swimming pools, eight-limousine garage, heated driveway, a two-lane bowling alley, a 50-seat home theater, and a panic room, just in case.
The asking price puts New York City prices to shame. The priciest residential sale in New York this year has been the Vanderbilt Mansion at 16 East 69th Street, which sold for upwards of $48 million.