Attention, aviation aficionados! Four homes for sale for buyers who love flying, including a converted chapel with a landing strip in the garden
Luxury homes tend to include certain features as standard, including a swimming pool and cinema room.
It can take an extra special feature for a property to truly stand out, particularly for those who have an interest in flying.
We have picked four homes for sale that are perfect for aviation aficionados, including one with a full landing strip in the back garden.
Does your home have a full landing strip in the back garden. This property for sale (scroll down for more details) does
Daniel Copley, of Zoopla, said: ‘There are currently some stunning properties on the market for aviation aficionados, including several mega-mansions with their very own helipad.
‘If you decide to invest, ensure you’re up to speed with the rules and regulations around flying and landing on private land.’
Four homes for sale for aviation aficionados…
1. Two-bed conversion, Herefordshire, £700k
This two-bedroom property in the hamlet of Woonton, Herefordshire, is for sale for £700,000 via estate agents Fine & Country
The Herefordshire property comes with almost 12 acres of land that includes an airstrip and aircraft hangar
There is plenty of room for takeoff, with the property enjoying extensive countryside views
This converted chapel in Herefordshire comes with almost 12 acres of land that includes an airstrip and aircraft hangar.
It is in the hamlet of Woonton in Herefordshire, with extensive views of the beautiful Black Mountains in south-east Wales.
The two-bedroom property is on the market for £700,000 via estate agents Fine & Country.
Can I land a plane on my property?
In the UK, you can use a field up to 28 days a year without getting planning permission from the council, provided you own the land (or have permission from the owner) and it is safe to do so.
If you plan to do more than 28 days you’d need to talk to the local council and the CAA.
2. Four-bed house, Isle of Man, £1.2m
The house on the Isle of Man is being sold by estate agents Cowley Groves and is on the market for £1.2million
There is a large grey circular helicopter pad in the centre of a lawn at the property on the Isle of Man
The house has four bedrooms and is surround by the countryside in the island parish of Bride
This four-bedroom home in the parish of Bride on the Isle of Man is ideal for anyone who owns a helicopter.
That is because at the rear of the property is a large grey circular helicopter pad in the centre of a lawn.
The house is being sold by estate agents Cowley Groves and is on the market for £1.2million.
3. Five-bed flat Cricklewood, London, £3.75m
This five-bedroom flat in North-West London’s Cricklewood is for sale for £3.75million via Dutch & Dutch estate agents
This multi-million pound property is in a former aircraft factory and has an industrial feel
This five-bedroom flat in North-West London’s Cricklewood is in a former aircraft factory.
The trendy interior has an industrial feel, with exposed steel beams, crittal windows and raw brickwork and a mixture of concrete, resin and oak floors.
It is for buyers with deep pockets as the flat is currently for sale for £3.75million via Dutch & Dutch estate agents.
4. Eight-bed house, Essex, £5.5million
This eight-bedroom luxury home in Wickham Bishops, Essex, has a helicopter pad in the garden
The eight-bedroom has a price tag of £5.5million and is being sold via estate agents Fine & Country
This eight-bedroom luxury home in Essex has opted for a more discreet helicopter pad in the garden.
Rather than the large, visible grey pads with a white ‘H’ in the centre, it has gone for one consisting of a simple ‘H’ shape made out of stone slabs.
The letter blends into the lawn area that is surrounded by a tennis court and areas of woodland.
The Wickham Bishops property is for sale for £5.5million via estate agents Fine & Country.