Have you ever wondered how the other half live in Worcestershire?

There are some expensive properties up for grabs in the regions- and some of them are a millionaire’s dream.

From grade II listed houses, to properties with its own tennis court, every property on this list is truly luxurious.

Here are the five of most expensive properties on Zoopla right now:

A country house with 10 bedrooms, Worcester
£5,000,000

Bromsgrove Advertiser: This property had 10 bedrooms (Photo: Zoopla)This property had 10 bedrooms (Photo: Zoopla)

This grade II listed house is the most expensive Worcestershire property on Zoopla right now- and with 10 bedrooms and an on-site tennis court, it’s clear to see why.

The house has a gothic aesthetic and features, including gothic glazing bar sash windows.

The kitchen is a focal point of the property, as it comes fitted with modern units and an Aga oven.

Bromsgrove Advertiser: A kitchen in the 10 bedroom property (Photo: Zoopla)A kitchen in the 10 bedroom property (Photo: Zoopla)

It also comes with a stable block, coach house and outbuildings which is ideal for animal owners.

Want to learn more? Visit the property listing on Zoopla.

Grade II listed equestrian property,  Hallow
£3,250,000

Bromsgrove Advertiser: Grade II listed equestrian property (Photo: Zoopla)Grade II listed equestrian property (Photo: Zoopla)

This seven bedroom property is in an elevated position and boasts stunning views of the Severn Valley.

The property has outbuildings for horses and plenty of pasture and woodland for the animals to graze.

The new owners will have around 40 acres of land to play with- the gardens of which are well-manicured and beautiful.

View this property on Zoopla.

Five bedroom house with an indoor pool, Droitwich
£2,375,000

Bromsgrove Advertiser: Would you live in this five bedroom property? (Photo: Zoopla)Would you live in this five bedroom property? (Photo: Zoopla)

Fancy a house with a pool?

If you have a spare two million pounds, this property could be all yours.

The grade II listed family home has five bedrooms along with an indoor pool with private changing rooms.

Bromsgrove Advertiser: There is a pool in the property (Photo: Zoopla)There is a pool in the property (Photo: Zoopla)
Its interiors are French inspired and the building itself dates back to 1891.

Outside, there is a stable yard with a paddock to keep some animals.

If you want to learn more about this property, you can find it on Zoopla.
 

An historic house from the 17th century, Bromsgrove
£2,000,000

Bromsgrove Advertiser: This property dates back to the 17th century (Photo: Zoopla)This property dates back to the 17th century (Photo: Zoopla)

This home has five bedrooms with an attached two bedroom cottage.

The interiors have a rustic aesthetic, with exposed wooden beams and fireplaces.

There is even a guest barn on the property, which has three bedrooms.

Bromsgrove Advertiser: Views of the tennis court (Photo: Zoopla)Views of the tennis court (Photo: Zoopla)

The property also has an interesting history, dating back to the 17th’ century and was owned by the Peytons family for hundreds of years.

If you want to soak in the beautiful countryside views, you can do so from the decked sun terrace, which overlooks the on-site tennis court.

Learn more about this property on Zoopla.

Grade II listed farmhouse, Worcester
£1,950,000

Bromsgrove Advertiser: Grade II listed farmhouse (Photo: Zoopla)Grade II listed farmhouse (Photo: Zoopla)

Parts of this farm house date back to the 17th century, which are still reflected in its exposed wooden beams and rustic fireplaces.

The sitting room is the focal point of the home, as it has a cosy vibe with a built in wood burner.

Bromsgrove Advertiser: The living room in the farmhouse (Photo: Zoopla)The living room in the farmhouse (Photo: Zoopla)

Outside, there is a stable to house horses as well as a range of farm buildings currently used for storage purposes.

If you want to learn more about the property then visit the Zoopla listing.