4. The Georgians
The Georgians is another such huge mansion on the Bishops Avenue in London which was once an elegant and beautiful structure, currently left to rot by its owner. The structure was owned by the Saudi Arabia Royal Family when it stood gracefully and elegantly. The picture, however, depicts the poor state of the mansion presently. The curtains, that were once a symbol of wealth and adornment, are now rotting in the sun while ceiling gives in slowly one by one. Anil Varma, a well-known developer, refers to these mansions as ‘the most expensive wastelands in the world’.