A number of mansions in billionaires Row, north London, have been abandoned and left to rot by their owners.
Their deteriorating state made headlines in the national press across the nation.
The newspapers reported the hugely expensive homes empty for up to 25 years. No effort made to keep the properties in good condition. In some cases there were signs of rotting and mould along beautiful staircases and floors. The Bishops Avenue has some of the best sought after properties in the country.
It is estimated that a third of the homes are worth about £350million. At billionaires row, ynuk.tv found, from the outside, some of the wealthiest properties in a rundown uncared for condition.
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