Mansion Global Daily: UK sees huge rise in UK house prices, Dutch house costs double by double, more

    UK asking prices have set a new record, and are now £55,000 higher than they were in the pre-pandemic period.

    The average asking price was £367.501 this month, an increase of 10% on last year. Read more

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    In Suburban Melbourne, Australia, requests a property with parking for 21 cars A$3.2 million

    A 5.3 acre complex with a six-bedroom main house and parking for 21 cars in Kilsyth, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, has been put up for an indicative price of between A$3.2 million and A$3.5 million (US$2.3 million and US) 2.5 million dollar). Surrounded by a pool and suite, the house has an open plan living space with soaring cathedral ceilings, a gas fireplace, and large windows, plus a chef’s kitchen, dining room, and hair salon.

    Dutch house prices continue to rise by double digits

    Existing home prices in the Netherlands rose 19.7% year-on-year in April, slightly above the 19.5% growth rate in March, according to the latest data from the Netherlands Statistics Office. However, the number of sales is down about 16% from last year to nearly 16,000 transactions. Since the beginning of this year, home prices in the country have risen at a double rate, with January posting a 21% annual increase, the fastest pace of growth in decades. NL Times

    Interior Designer Manhattan Apartment Worth $2.9 Million With Custom Furniture

    The 1,400-square-foot co-op condo on East 57th Street in Manhattan owned by Caleb Anderson, partner at Drake/Anderson design firm, has hit the market for $2.895 million, including furniture. The pre-war apartment has been renovated and includes two bedrooms, a living room with fireplace, and a dining room with tiled floors and lacquered walls. Throughout, the home features Venetian plaster walls, hand-painted wall coverings, and custom hardware and lighting. The 1927 building offers a 24-hour concierge, resident manager, and gym. 6 square feet

    A Queen Anne style home built by a former governor of Wisconsin for $1.4 million

    A prominent Queen Anne-style home in Wawatosa, Wisconsin, built in 1881 by Harrison Luddington, the businessman and politician who served as the state’s thirteenth governor from 1876 to 1878, is listed for less than $1.4 million. The home has seven bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, a family room, and a dining room. It has a blue exterior and several decorative fireplaces inside. There is also a barn/guesthouse at the back of the 0.64-acre property. OnMilwaukee

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