JAMES Dyson’s country rug is large enough to fit in nearly 18,000 normal homes, according to one study.
An average house in the UK is 81 square meters.
Dyson, 73, lives in Dodington Park, a 300-acre Georgian estate in Gloucs.
With 4,840 square meters per acre, it has 1,452,000 square meters of space.
He could install 17,900 normal houses there.
Dyson bought the estate for £ 15million in 2003.
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The luxury lodge has its own church, walled vegetable garden, lakes, lodges, woods and an orangery.
JK Rowling’s 162 acre estate in Perthshire could accommodate 9,641 normal homes.
And Wayne Rooney’s 120 acres in Cheshire have room for 7,142, according to research from Tap Warehouse.
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