Inside London's ultra-exclusive Millionaires' Row where £12m houses are snapped up by celebs, politicians & YouTubers | The Sun

ON the outskirts of London sits an ultra-exclusive Millionaires' Row where mansions are snapped up by celebs, politicians and YouTubers.

Homes in Bromley's Keston Park hit the market with price tags of £12million, but their property listings are the closest most people get to seeing inside the gated community.

The neighbourhood, dubbed Millionaires' Row, has been called home by a list of the UK's most famous names.

Over the years YouTube star KSI, Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman, and Britain's first female PM Margaret Thatcher are a few of the many who have called the area home.

According to the Keston Park website there are more than 200 houses tucked behind the gates.

They are scattered across a sprawling 140-acre piece of land, which also has two large swathes of forest.

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The neighbourhood boasts wide roads, leafy verges, and charming heritage design – including original street lamps and elegant road signs.

Its website gives a glimpse into the exclusive area, with photos showing off the massive houses, with expensive cars out front and massive gardens.

Other photos shows off the nature the park has to offer – with different walking tracks through trees, colourful flowers and lakes on display.

The park is recognised as one of the most secure private residential estates in the UK, with all entrances gated and CCTV that is monitored 24/7.

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And it's that security that means only the most exclusive names actually know what it's like behind the gates.

Even neighbours could only talk about what they saw from the fringes of the estate.

And what the residents have caught glimpses of confirmed what they already guessed – the level of wealth inside the gates is a "different level".

Caroline, who has lived nearby for more than a decade, said she would be lying if she said she wasn't interested in what the estate was like.

She told My London: "We've lived here for years but we've never seen behind those gates there.

"My son got very excited a few years back when his favourite YouTubers moved in (The Sidemen).

"I'd be lying if I said I wasn't intrigued.

"The whole area around here is lovely, but then you see houses in the Park listed for sale every now and then and it's a different level of wealthy."

We've lived here for years but we've never seen behind those gates there.

Another neighbour, who did not want to be named, said they had also never been inside – but admired the expensive cars that made their way through the gates.

They said: "The cars you see going in and out, big 4x4s with tinted windows, Jaguars, all sorts.

"Whenever I see them it gets me thinking about how the other half live.

"Not that the rest of us can complain as it is lovely even outside of the park but you get the impression it's a different life inside of the park.

"From what I've seen it's a bit like Centre Parcs, but with mansions instead of little cabins."

A Keston Park home recently popped on the market for £12m.

The white seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom mansion was listed on Zoopla, and photos showed off its indoor pool, bar, and cinema room.

Keston Park was established by Frederick Rogers in 1923 with a unique vision influenced by American housing developments.

He wanted to combine the allure of beautiful parkland settings in America with the grandeur of a rich British estate.

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At the time, Keston Park was relatively isolated so a small parade of shops known as Locksbottom Village was built for residents and he also created a Clubhouse for residents to socialise, now known as Chapter One.

A resident association now manages the park, and is responsible for its maintenance.

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