From lavish listed manor houses to modern eco builds, this months most expensive homes list has something for everyone. 

The most expensive properties in Southampton currently on the market are:

£2,500,000 - Church Lane, Botley, S030

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Image courtesy of White and Guard Estate Agents. 
Set along a quiet lane this 17th century Grade II listed, five bedroom manor house is set in approximately 10 acres of land. 

This property boasts a range of key features including: 

  • Seven reception rooms
  • Five bedrooms
  • Backing onto the River Hamble
  • Swimming pool and pool house
  • Three stables, tack room and paddock 

£1,999,500 - Chilworth, SO16

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The main entrance to this house is accessed from a private road via automated wrought iron gates leading into a driveway that sweeps in front of the house.

This seven bedroom property in Chilworth has five bathrooms, six reception rooms and a games room. 

There are an additional two self-contained annexes and five acres of landscaped gardens and lawn.  

£1,925,000 - Salterns Lane, Bursledon, SO31

This impressive family house is set within about two acres and is located at the heart of Old Bursledon with views towards the River Hamble.

The property was designed by architect Oliver Hill, who was a student of the renowned Edward Lutyens and is named by the 20th Century Society as one of six Great Britons.

The house was built in 1935 in a Dutch colonial style but currently has planning permission for remodelling and an extension.

£1,895,000 - Chilworth Road, Chilworth SO16

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Image courtesy of Charles Powell Estate Agents.

Described as one of Chilworth’s finest houses, Wood Rising is a contemporary property that was built in 2016 to meet a superb and exacting eco-friendly standard. 

With quirky finished throughout including a floating oak staircase and built in features throughout. 

This modern house is currently on the market with Charles Powell Estate Agents and has six bedrooms, a ground floor annexe and even a gym.

£1,495,000 Velsheda Court, SO45

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Property courtesy of John D Wood and Co. 

Sitting in the heart of the Hythe Marina, this four bed waterside property was constructed by Dean and Dyball (later Balfour Beaty).

The property has its own 22m mooring and Versadock at the foot of its large private paved gardens. 

The Hythe Marina is known as its very own aquatic 'village' and life here revolves around boating. 

The property boasts hoasting areas including a large dining room, family room and games room.