On this week's Monday mansions we have a stunning collection of properties that range from £1,250,000 up to £7.5m.

1. Six bedroom detached house in Roedean Crescent, London, for £7.8m

This impressive London mansion comes with plenty of luxury features as well as a great location. The grand entrance hall sets the tone for the rest of the house which includes several reception rooms, a gym and an indoor swimming pool complex.

Available via Savills 

2. Nine bedroom detached house in Falmouth, Cornwall for £1.5m

With views of the Cornish countryside and out towards the sea, this mansion is an ideal country retreat. The house provides plenty of room for entertaining with four reception rooms and nine bedrooms. Outside there is 5.58 acres of land which includes a swimming pool, all weather tennis court and a slate flagged terrace.

Available via Knight Frank 

3. Thirteen bedroom detached house in Aberargie, Perth, for £2.6m

Just 15 minutes outside of Perth is this striking Georgian mansion that was built on the site of a Roman watch tower. Its 14,200 sq ft contains 10 bathrooms, five reception rooms, a scullery and a wine cellar. Outside there is a whopping 900 acres of land, as well as a self contained two bedroom cottage, a tennis court and a paddock.

Available via eMoov National 

4. Eight bedroom detached house in Thornton Le Street, Thirsk, for £1,250,000

Set in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside is this vast barn conversion containing 5,500 sq ft of living space in the main house alone. For guests there is a completely separate barn that holds three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two reception rooms and a breakfast kitchen.

Available via James Winn 

5. Thirteen bedroom detached house in Welshpool, Powys, for £1.5m

Approached up a long and snaking driveway is this Grade II listed house that dates back to 1776. The property has an abundance of period features which include moulded ceilings, stone fireplaces and mullion windows. Outside there are sweeping lawns, a courtyard, Japanese water gardens and 73 acres of land.

Available via Savills 

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