Pricey Pads = Rental Luxury

According to the latest research from Zoopla, falling house prices and ever increasing demand for rental property has made it more expensive to rent than to buy in 45 of the 50 largest towns in the UK.

Zoopla compared rental costs on 2 bed apartments accross the country against the cost of servicing interest only 5% mortgages on similar properties.  Milton Keynes, Warrington, York, Northampton and Birmingham were the top 5 locations where it was more pricey to rent than to buy.

With costs creeping up inline with the popularity of renting, we take a look at some of the more expensive but luxurious rental properties across the country.  They may cost a little more but, as you will see, you get a lot for your cash!

Nine miles South West of Birmingham, this beautiful, historic apartment may be a little more than your average 2 bed flat but it is purely stunning.  Situated in a Grade 1 historic house, it has an original Elizabethan fireplace, oak flooring throughout, and a raised seating area with views to the lake.  Yours for £2,800 per month.

Quirky is one way to describe the decor in this 2 bed duplex penthouse. Situated within Cardiff Bay this immaculate property has a spiral staircase, sun terrace and balcony.  A true gem of a property for £1,850 per month.

At £1,200 this 2 bedroom spacious apartment situated in the 55 Degrees North development in Newcastle. It is located in a perfect position for access to both the quayside and plentiful amenities of the city. 

Last but not least this fabulous fully furnished penthouse in Brighton offers you hotel services, stunning views of Brighton seafront, heaps of space and an address your friends will envy, all for £3,250 per month.


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