On the hunt for a new home that you can make your own? Then this doer-upper may just be perfect for you. 

But you will need a big pocket, as the run-down home is on one of Britain's most expensive streets and has a price tag of £22.5 million. 

With six bedrooms and set on the private Compton Avenue, the property comes with an acre of land in between luxury homes. 

In Highgate, Compton Avenue gained the name of one of Britain's most expensive streets after gaining an average property price tag of upwards £10 million. 

Explore the run-down property on sale for £22.5 million

Newham Recorder:

Set behind large white gates, the home is currently listed by Bargets Estate Agents on Zoopla.

It's described as "currently uninhabitable" with the existing buildings in "extremely poor condition."

But the home does come with full planning permission for a new 6-bedroom detached house and a separate art studio. 

Along with the home's 0.36 acres, it is also close to green open spaces at Kenwood & Hampstead Heath

Newham Recorder:

Although the current standing house is impressive it is likely that future owners will need to knock it down and start again.

But with barrier-controlled access and 24-hour security, the area is safe for families. 

With the house listed for £22.5 million and the need for a lot of re-development, it's likely the home will cost a lot more than the initial price tag. 

But if you happen to have over £20 million lying around, then maybe the home is for you, you can see the full listing on Zoopla.