Contemplating purchasing a brand new car or buying a house? At eMoov we have collated a mixture of motors and their house price equivalents, but the question is, which would you prefer to own?

£40,000

park-vs-land

First up on our property Vs car list is a brand spanking new Land Rover Discovery Sport SE. Its price ranges from £30,000 to over £40,000 and for that it includes partial leather seats, alloy wheels, and for you engine fanatics, a TD4 150hp engine.

For around the same price as the Land Rover is this park home in Nantwich. On the market at just £40,000 this three bedroom home seems like an absolute bargain. The property itself offers two reception rooms, two bathrooms and even a large conservatory. This park home chalet is in a sought after and convenient semi-rural location, is of a good size and comprises ample living space and well-appointed bedrooms.

Positioned on a small and quiet site, the property has views of the lovely fields that surround it. Who said you have to make sacrifices buying a house cheaper than a car?

£625,000

cottage-vs-porsche

It may be able to beat London’s Congestion Charge with its hybrid technology, but the Porsche 918 Spyder can still top 214mph, making it one of the fastest car in the world, it’s not one to be looked. However, would you prefer a property?

Matching the Porsche’s £625,000 price tag, are these not one, but two adjoining cottages! Situated in the heart of Fletching village, these corner cottages make up this delightful and charming Grade II listed three bedroom home.

Built in a Tudor revival style in 1906, this accommodation is arranged over three floors, combining original period features with modern finishing’s – a beautiful family home.

£1,700,00

ferrari-house

Where would this list be without a Ferrari? Celebrating 60 years in America, the Italian brand built 10 Ferrari F60 America’s. Although not painted in Ferrari’s infamous red, the F60 is undeniably patriotic with its stars and stripes colour scheme, American flag seat inserts, and classic racing livery all around. You even can experience the glory with the top down.

You can snap up this supercar for $2.5 million (£1.7 million), or, you could buy this amazing property in Huntercombe End for £1,595,000.

Combe House is a five bed detached family home and barn well located in the grounds of the established 1.6 acre garden and optional 3.2 acre paddock. The house enjoys a rural setting with great views over the surrounding farmland.

Included in the price of this magnificent home is a large brick and timber barn. With a large living space at the top, the building has the potential to be converted into extra accommodation. Even more for your money!

£3,600,000

reve-vs-car

Last but not least, for all of you looking to splash the cash, we have the Koenigsegg CCWR Trevita. Worth around $4.8 million (£3.3 million) it’s the most expensive car in the world to produce (in legal terms). This is because the car is coated in diamonds…literally…diamonds.

For the Trevita, the Swedish manufacturer developed a new exterior finish called the Koenigsegg Proprietary Diamond Weave, which involves coating carbon fiber with a diamond dust-impregnated resin.

You better hope and pray that you don’t scratch this bad boy.

Underneath the lustrous finish lies a 4.8-liter, dual-supercharged V8 engine. If you are looking for something a little more unique, you have found it as only three of these were ever made.

With a diamond dazzling car like that you’d want the house to match. Good job we’ve got one…This five-bedroom new build, overlooking the River Thames, is one like no other. On the market with us at £3.6 million, Reve House sits in its own grounds with electric gates making it perfectly secluded.

Spread over three stories, this home has underfloor heating, handmade hardwood windows, a 3D Pure Theatre cinema system and wireless Sonos sound system throughout. Perfect for a Netflix and chill movie marathon.

This elegant five-bedroom family home occupies a wonderful position on the banks of the River Thames. The stunning drawing room is a focal point on the ground floor opening onto the balcony which offers magical views over the garden and the river beyond. Adjacent to the drawing room is a second lounge/study again providing lovely river views and this property has been built and finished to an extremely high specification, with attention detail being second to none.

So which would you prefer?

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