These are the three most expensive houses for sale this week in Milton Keynes

If you're planning to win the lottery and become a multi-millionaire some time soon, these are the houses you could be buying in Milton Keynes right now.

The most expensive house comes in at £3.5m and is a nine bedroom house in Gayhurst near Newport Pagnell. 

The sales brochure describes it by saying: "Entering through electric gates the driveway leads through the impressive archway to the private courtyard with clock tower above."

"The residence offers lavish accommodation throughout. A stunning marble floored reception with feature curved staircase leads to two adjoining drawing room, a large formal dining room an open plan kitchen, breakfast and TV room, a separate games room, home movie theatre, home office and an indoor swimspa and gym room with changing rooms."

If you're looking for something a bit more 'affordable', how about this £2m eight bedroom home in Shenley Church End.

A 1890s detached extended house with double garage, it boasts a garden and views over The Toot, which is a scheduled ancient monument site of a moated motte and bailey castle. 

There is just under 5,800 sq. ft. of versatile accommodation including five reception rooms, eight bedrooms and five bath or shower rooms.

Finally, coming in at £1.75m is this six bedroom home in Great Linford near Milton Keynes.

The Old Rectory dates back to the Elizabethan era with later sympathetic extensions in both the Victorian and Edwardian era.

It boasts four reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast/family room, cloakroom, six bedrooms (three with en suite), two bathrooms, a play room, library, sewing room, mature grounds and a former orchard. 

We can all dream, right?