A home is a place where people come to enjoy a warm place to live and, most importantly, a good meal.
And the UK has plenty of them.
Here are the most expensive homes in the country.
St Albans, Surrey, £6,400 (about £5,600 in London) This property is situated in St Albas, the largest village in Surrey, which is just 15 minutes by train from London and the city centre.
St Andrews, the most famous village in the county, has a population of 4,000.
In the 1980s, it was the home of one of the world’s greatest singers and, later, of singer-songwriter Robert Johnson.
It is an interesting contrast to the more tranquil countryside of nearby Rotherhithe, where the family has a farm and a farmhouse.
St. Albans is also the home to the St Andrews Art Gallery, a centre for fine arts and a place for the local music community to perform.
Its the perfect place to have a quiet and relaxing weekend with your family.
St Andrew’s House, St Albands, £3,200 (about the same as Brentford) The home of singer/songwriter David Bowie, the house has been described as the home for the rock ‘n’ roll generation.
The garden has been decorated with works by contemporary artists and a large open terrace, overlooking the sea, is a popular spot for picnics.
The St Andrews estate is located in a small town, which makes it a perfect place for families who like to have time alone and for visitors who prefer to have their picture taken with the stars.
It has a fantastic view of the ocean and the cliffs of the Peak District.
The property has been on the market since 2013 for a price of £3.1 million, but has been offered for £2.2 million.
Epping, Surrey and South Wales, £5.6 million (about $8.2 billion) Epping House, a three-bedroom home in Epping (on the banks of the Thames) has been owned by Epping Estate for the past 100 years.
It was built in 1929 and the home is currently one of South Wales’ most exclusive properties.
It features a five-storey home in which a guest room and a guest bath are located.
It’s an impressive home, which was built to house the estate’s “special people” and has become a destination for British royalty, such as Prince Philip.
The house was bought by the Welsh government in 2014 for £1.5 million, after the estate had already sold its other homes.
Haddington, Surrey (about 1,800 square metres) Haddons house is located on the bank of the River Thames, about 2,000 metres from Haddham Palace and just 1,400 metres from the historic Tower of London.
It originally belonged to the family of Prince Andrew of Kent.
The building is one of a number of Haddocks properties which are owned by the Prince of Wales.
The estate was sold in 2012 to British-based real estate company TPG, who have since renovated the house and are renovating a number others.
The home is now one of six properties on the Thames which have been renovated to make it suitable for luxury apartments.
Newham, Surrey £6.5m (about 2.5 billion pounds) A former home for actor George Clooney, the Newham property was once the home ground for a theater, and was later used for filming in the film Titanic.
It remains a popular destination for Brits who are keen to see their favourite stars.
The family has been living at the property for more than 20 years, and has been renting it out for weddings and other events.
It also features a theatre, gym, swimming pool and tennis courts.
Brentford, Surrey (£5.7 million) Brentford has a reputation as being one of London’s most desirable towns.
With a population almost 10,000, Brentford is located just two minutes by rail from the city center.
The town is also home to Brentford Arts Centre, a major museum which houses the world-renowned collections of the British Museum and Tate Modern.
The main building is a Grade II-listed building, which boasts a Grade I listing.
It can be used for a variety of purposes, including offices, restaurants, theatres, homes and shops.
It houses more than a dozen museums and galleries, which includes the Museum of Modern Art.
Pembroke Gardens, Kent (about 3,300 square metres), £5 million (around 1.9 billion pounds ) This is the property of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
It sits on a peninsula overlooking the North Sea and is the ideal setting for an all-inclusive holiday or weekend getaway.
The gardens, located at the end of a beautiful, winding beach, offer a tranquil