Property prices in Britain are still soaring, with recent estimates saying they had shot up 3.1% over the last year.
The soaring prices have seen the average cost of a UK flat breaking the £250,000 for the first time on record.
London led the way in the property market surge, showing a 8.1% increase.
Few would be surprised by that, given central London's ultra-expensive property market meant buyers could have snapped up a 11ft by 21ft parking space for a mere £300,000.
If you want to know the most expensive properties sold over the last few months, just look at central London and its 'ultra-prime' prices.
In the last quarter, 230 houses were sold, but what were the most expensive sales over the last quarter?