Imagine having an unlimited budget to buy a property anywhere in the world. What house would you pick? These homes revealed in exclusive research by property website Rightmove could be yours if money really was no object, including, clockwise from top left, a six-bed house in Australia, a seven-bed villa in Thailand, a ten-bed villa in Morrocco, a six-bed house in Brazil, and a eleven-bed house in California, USA.
Would you pay £9k for coffee on tap? We review the latest high-tech coffee machine - and two cheaper alternatives
Comedian Marcus Brigstocke and actor Alexis Conran check out the £8,995 coffee machine that operates using an App in Dave's new TV series, The Joy of Techs. We take a look at where you can buy such a designer piece of kitchen gear and suggest some cheaper alternatives - including a table top coffee maker from Nespresso.
Britain's most popular homes for sale: From a seven-bed wreck with a £140k price tag to a luxury four-bed terrace costing £11m
All 10 of the most viewed properties for sale can be found on property website Zoopla. Pictured (clockwise from top left) is a five-bed house in Surrey's Kingston-Upon-Thames, an eight-bed house in Surrey's Oxshott, a seven-bed house in South Yorkshire's Barnsley and a four-bed house in London's Belgravia.
Revealed, the least affordable places in Britain to buy a property: How homebuyers in the worst borough need SEVENTEEN times the average salary
The findings by estate agent eMoov found that the average house price across the country is 6.05 times the average wage. It leaves some buyers wondering how they will ever buy a property as lenders typically only lend up to 4.5 times your salary. The report suggested that the gap between the current average wage and the wage required for a general mortgage approval of 4.5 times salary is £6,111. However, there are huge regional differences with the majority of the least affordable homes in London. The capital is the worst region in the country, with the average house price being 12.05 times the average wage. The exception is Purbeck in Dorset, which as an average earnings price ratio of 14.12. Other areas listed in the 10 least affordable areas include Oxford at 13.18 times, South Bucks in Buckinghamshire at 13.08 and Hertsmere in Hertfordshire at 12.95. Three Rivers in Hertfordshire, South Hames in Devon, Broxbourne in Hertfordshire, Christchurch in Dorset, Surrey's Epsom & Ewell, and Brighton & Hove in East Sussex also feature in the list.
Can you guess the price of these houses for sale? Take our quiz to see how well you know property prices around the country
The average price of a home in Britain has now reached £219,649, according to the latest figures from Halifax. But that single number masks incredible extremes, with a similar-seeming property variation in price by several multiples depending on where it is in the country. We've come up with a selection of properties from across the UK, including a semi-detached Grade II listed house in Barnsbury, north London, (top left), a five-bedroom house in Bath, Somerset, (top, centre), a three-bedroom property in Crediton, Devon (top right), a five-bedroom house in Sudbury, Suffolk, (bottom left), a four-bedroom detached house in Sandbanks, Poole, which has a swimming pool and sea views (bottom, centre), a seven-bedroom house in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, (bottom right) and a four-bed flat in London's Nine Elms. So can you tell which one is the most costly?
The luxury student digs that cost £67k a year to RENT: Mayfair flats come with daily cleaning - but you may still have to share with strangers
The spotless student flats are available to rent in in the prestigious London neighbourhood of Mayfair (pictured top left), one of the most expensive places to live in the country. The spacious flats, which look out over the city's skyline (pictured bottom left), cost the equivalent of £67,600 - more than twice the average annual salary in the UK. The bedrooms (pictured bottom right) have an ensuite marble bathroom and a high-tech control panel that allows you to alter lighting and underfloor heating at a touch of a button. And don't expect to have to worry about cleaning the spotless student pad (pictured top right). The pads include a weekday daily housekeeping service in the price. A recent Savills report revealed strong growth in the student homes section of the property market - although not everyone will be able to afford rooms in some of the capital's most prestigious areas (pictured inset).
This hexagonal Grand Designs eco home with an 800-year-old TREE TRUNK for a staircase was built for £300K ten years ago - but how much is it on the market for today?
Grand Designs presenter Kevin McCloud described the Hexagon House in the Cambridgeshire Fens as a success 'despite all its quirks' - which included an 800-year-tree trunk as a central staircase. It was built by carpenter Kelly Neville and his wife Masoko for £300,000, including the cost of the land.
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. Pictured: A three bedroom property in Sandhurst, Berkshire has an asking price of £499,950. A home is in St Neots, Cambridgeshire is on the market for £250,000. One home in Bracknell has an asking price of £299,950 and a two bedroom mobile home in Denham, Buckinghamshire costs £275,000.