A mansion with 11 beds, private bowling alley, home cinema and bullet-proof windows is on the market with its own virtual replica for a staggering £29million – even though it’s not yet been built.
The plot for Hampton Hall, in Oxshott, Surrey, is still available after going on sale almost two years ago, and any prospective owner will have to be prepared to fork out an extra £13million for the construction of a 70-room stately home.
It also comes with a non-fungible token, commonly known as an NFT, which contains the copyrighted blueprint and digital version of the house.
What this means for the new owners is that they can download the home into a virtual world, like the recently launched ‘Metaverse’ by Meta, previously known as Facebook.
The total cost of the plot, building and…
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