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The UK homes that boost your health

Improve your physical wellbeing with these properties offering on-site health and fitness facilities

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Two-bedroom flat, The Helios, London

Part of an ambitious development at the site of the former BBC Television Centre in White City, The Helios provides a rare opportunity to live in an important landmark in British media history. Its grade II-listed features remain in place, while the area’s heritage is retained with the refurbishment of three of the Television Centre's historic studios, ensuring live audiences can continue to benefit from the institution. Not only will the residents of The Helios be able to take advantage of a 24-hour concierge, private lounge, screening room and meeting rooms but they will also have access to the House Gym, a new concept from private members’ club specialists Soho House. It comes kitted out with top-of-the-range exercise equipment, steam room, sauna and swimming pool, as well as offering a full range of beauty treatments.

£1,150,000; savills.com

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Six-bedroom house, Ston Easton, Somerset

Well positioned with short commuter links to both Bristol and Bath, this historic country residence in Ston Easton dates back to around the 17th century. Approached via a gated entrance and along a rural drive, the impressive house benefits from being both part of the village, but also discreetly hidden off the beaten track. The capacious home is set on equally spacious grounds encompassing a detached double garage, a gym overlooking the tennis court and an outdoor swimming pool heated via solar panels.

£1,100,000; killens.org.uk

Two-bedroom apartment, Keble Place, Barnes

This contemporary two-bedroom apartment sits within the exclusive gated Harrods Village development in the leafy London suburb of Barnes. Enjoy the location's village atmosphere, restaurants, cafes and beautiful open spaces, while being in easy reach of the capital's centre. The flat itself is set within beautifully maintained grounds, with the estate providing access to a private leisure centre featuring a large swimming pool, sauna and gym.  

£1,000,000; winkworth.co.uk

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Five-bedroom house, Truro, Cornwall

Constructed in around 1905, this five-bedroom property has been well maintained and refurbished, retaining much of its original charm. Among its best assets is a separate leisure complex, housing a heated indoor swimming pool, sauna and two changing rooms with showers. An annexe provides further space for guests, with its own open plan kitchen/living room and en-suite double bedroom.

£1,400,000; savills.com

Five-bedroom house, Sandbeds, West Yorkshire

Offering a balance between serenity and accessibility, this five-bedroom family home includes a separate leisure centre, complete with a heated pool, wet room and ample space for a home gym. The property, at almost 5,000 square feet, sits within substantial private grounds, including a well-maintained garden and rear woodland, providing a serene and secluded feel.

£1,125,000; yorkshiresfinest.org

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