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Iceberg homes sunk by the 'laterally amalgamated super-home'

Savvy HNW home owners are looking to annex rather than dig down - but they may need to develop elsewhere to keep home numbers buoyant.

You've heard of 'iceberg homes' - mysterious mansions that extend storeys below London's pavements into luxuriously renovated mega-basements - but are we about to see the emergence of the iceberg homes' somewhat less enigmatically named successor, the 'laterally amalgamated super-home'?  To read more go to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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