The four most expensive houses in Coventry right now – all for more than a million

Coventry’s most expensive properties right now have been revealed.

We’ve found the four priciest spots on the market at the minute, according to Zoopla, and had a nose around.

With great transport links and rich history, it’s no surprise buying here can cost you a lot.

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The house with the highest price tag in the area is in Stivichall.

The house on Stivichall Croft has planning permission for two extra houses and 0.63 acres of land

Listed in June this year, it’s on the market for £1.5 million and has six bedrooms.

The detached house on Stivichall Croft, CV3, has two bathrooms, three reception rooms and is close to two primary schools – Stivichall Primary School and Grange Farm Primary School.

Elizabeth Davenport are responsible for the house and advertise it as being chain-free.

Along with the house itself, you take on the already-granted planning permission for two extra detached houses and 0.66 acres.

Zoopla describe the property as an incredibly rare opportunity.

« A truly unique and wonderful house with two approved building plots located in one of Coventry’s finest locations, » the description adds.

« The original house is just over 3,400sqft and has been built to a spacious design with the accommodation split into two wings with an impressive central entrance hall.

« Outside, there are extensive gardens with a long sweeping driveway leading from the main road and around the existing house.

« There is also a large double garage which houses a heat pump and filter system for the outdoor swimming pool. »

You can find out more here.


Listed at the start of this month (November), this five-bed property comes in at the same price as number one.

The property on Kenwilroth Road is on the market for £1.5 million

At £1.5 million, the lucky buyer gets to live on Kenilworth Road with three bathrooms and three reception rooms.

The house is secluded from others nearby and has plenty of outdoor space as it sits on 0.9 acres.

The property, which you can view here, is located on Gibbet Hill, and close to Warwick University and Memorial Park.

Shortland Horne manage the « beautiful property », which is described as a « superb residence ».

An open day at the house will take place on November 27 from 10am until 1pm and appointments must be booked.


This restored farmhouse is on the market and is the third most expensive property in the area.

The property, just on the outskirts of Coventry, is £1.25 million

Listed in May 2021, the seven-bed detached house has it’s own gym and five bathrooms.

The asking price is offers over £1.25 million.

No onward chain is involved in this « beautifully restored unlisted Georgian farmhouse », which is located in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, London Road, just down the A45.

Alongside the existing land attached to the property, further land is available subject to separate negotiations, according to Zoopla.

The space is spread out over four floors with views of farmland throughout.

You can watch a virtual tour here.


This 3,637 sq. ft property is up for sale and has been on Zoopla since October this year.

The guide price for this five-bed house is £1.2 million

Located on Cryfield Heights, Gibbet Hill, this house has five bedrooms and is on the market with a guide price of £1.2 million.

It’s managed by Shortland Horned who advertise it as having no upward chain.

The house has its own driveway and double-garage alongside a huge outdoor space.

You can view more of the house and its details here.

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