With the Six Nations kicking off this weekend, we’ve put together our own starting 15 based on some of our current property stock.

The Forwards

The Front Row

Arguably the hardest working and most underrated positions on the rugby pitch, our front row consists of three big buildings with a combined asking price of over £2.6m and a huge 19 bedrooms between them. While they’re not cheap they would cost a fair bit more in other areas of the UK property pitch.

Tight Head

6-Bed Detached House

Barnsley S75



6-Bed Detached House

Solihull, B92


Loose Head

7-Bed Detached House

King’s Lynn, PE31


The Locks

Second Rows tend to tower above the rest where height is concerned so it was only right that our second row consisted of two of the tallest town houses we could find on our books.

Second Row

4-Bed Town House

Leeds, LS27


Second Row

3-Bed Town House

Dewsbury, WF13


Backrows and Number Eight

The modern-day flanker covers a lot of roles on the pitch but primarily binds loosely to the side of a scrum while still keeping the props tight by pushing at an angle, therefore our flankers consist of two semi-detached properties, free one side while still binding to another property they appeal to a wide arrange of buyers at all stages on the property ladder.

As the resident giant of the pack, our number eight had to be this five-bed manor house in Warwickshire.

Blindside Flanker

4-Bed Semi-detached

Barnet, EN5


Number Eight

5-Bed Manor House

Warwickshire, B80


Openside Flanker

3-Bed Semi-detached

Godalming, GU7


The Backs

Scrum Half, Fly Half and Inside Centre

Often the smallest (and mouthiest) on the pitch the scrum half is integral in linking forward play to the backs, much like the studio flat can be integral in helping struggling buyers secure that first step on the housing ladder.

Rugby’s champagne position, the fly half can be responsible for changing or even winning the game. With such a high-profile on the pitch, we’ve chosen our most expensive property to occupy our fly half position. Don’t be fooled by the fact it’s a 4-bed terraced house, like Johnny Sexton, external looks can be deceiving.

Both centres are also integral to both attack and defence. As the inside centre generally plays closer to the fly half, we’ve picked another impressive property in a 2-bed penthouse in Bath.

Scrum Half

1-Bed Studio Flat

Hounslow, TW3


Fly Half

4-Bed Terraced House

London, W14


Inside Centre

2-Bed Penthouse

Bath, BA1


Outside Centre and Wingers

As a good outside centre must have the ability to run good lines but has a little more space than the inside centre, we’ve picked a top 4-bed barn conversion in North Walsham fit with original beams.

A good winger needs pace and will often get the chance to score in the corner. In addition, they sit at the end of the row of backs so it’s only natural we picked properties comfortable in the same position – end terrace houses.

Outside Centre

4-Bed Barn Conversion

North Walsham, NR28


Left Winger

3-Bed End Terrace House

Abingdon, OX14


Right Winger

3-Bed End Terrace House

Pontyclun, CF72



Last but not least, the fullback is the last line of defence and needs to be sturdy, reliable, brave and bring an air of flair to the game. We’ve gone with a 6-bed farm house built with strong foundations and original beams, but with a modern feel to it.


6-Bed Farm House

Newcastle Emlyn, SA38



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