The mobile homes that cost more than the average UK property - and one carries a £500K price tag...

  • Our pick of expensive mobile homes are priced between £250,000 and £499,950
  • The properties include kitchens with integrated appliances and ensuite bathrooms
  • It compares to an average house price in Britain of £205,240, according to Nationwide Building Society

Mobile homes were once considered unslightly blots on the landscape. But it seems they're undergoing something of a renaissance if some of the current asking prices are anything to go by.

We have found a handful of such properties around the country with price tags higher than the average home in Britain - and in some cases significantly more: one has an asking price of almost £500k.

The mobile homes are priced between £250,000 for a two bedroom version and £499,950 for one with three bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms.

This mobile home in Bracknell has a large garden, a timber garage and space to park two cars

This mobile home in Bracknell has a large garden, a timber garage and space to park two cars

The new kitchen includes decorative vinyl flooring, a tile splashback and white cabinets

The new kitchen includes decorative vinyl flooring, a tile splashback and white cabinets

The property has an open plan 'L' shaped living area with windows overlooking the garden

The property has an open plan 'L' shaped living area with windows overlooking the garden

Exclusive: This two bedroom mobile home in Denham, Buckinghamshire, is only available to cash buyers aged at least 55-years old

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 was built just under 10 years ago and includes gas central heating as well as double glazing

It was built just under 10 years ago and includes gas central heating as well as double glazing

It has a spacious kitchen with a breakfast bar that can comfortably seat three people

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. 

The three bedroom property in Sandhurst in Berkshire has an asking price of £499,950

The three bedroom property in Sandhurst in Berkshire has an asking price of £499,950

The £499,950 mobile home has a luxury white kitchen that includes a large dining area 

The £499,950 mobile home has a luxury white kitchen that includes a large dining area 

Ideal for family pets: The dining area has patio doors that open onto a large garden

Ideal for family pets: The dining area has patio doors that open onto a large garden

The property is in Sandhurst, Berkshire, and boasts three ensuite bathrooms and a utility room. 

Finally, buyers would need to find at least £40,000 more than the average value of a home in Britain to purchase this two bedroom mobile home in Cambridgeshire, which was built in 2009 and has an asking price of £250,000.

This mobile home is in St Neots in Cambridgeshire and is on the market for £250,000

This mobile home is in St Neots in Cambridgeshire and is on the market for £250,000

It comes with a modern kitchen with integrated appliances and plenty of work surfaces

It comes with a modern kitchen with integrated appliances and plenty of work surfaces

The Cambridgeshire property is on a semi-retirement park for those aged 45 and above 

The Cambridgeshire property is on a semi-retirement park for those aged 45 and above 


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