Have you always dreamed of a mansion with a swimming pool or a sweeping drive-way, paddock or cinema?

These homes really do have it all but they are on the market for an eye-watering amount of money and will likely be bought by a member of the rich and famous. 

According to the data visualisation site Plumplot the average salary for someone living in Wiltshire during 2019 was £33.8k so it might take us a bit longer to get that deposit together then. 

Here is how much you would need to earn to live in one of the most expensive homes on the market in Wiltshire right now:

East Tytherley, Salisbury

Swindon Advertiser:

Cost of the house: £ 2,500,000

10% deposit: £250,000

Minimum salary needed: £114,432 per year

Total salary when mortgage is 28% of total: £408,685

Described as remarkable substantial courtyard development, this 6,000 square foot property is surrounded by open countryside in the picturesque location of East Tyherley. 

Boasting five large bedrooms, five bathrooms and three reception rooms this new build home sits within six acres and even has a cinema room, indoor pool and steam room. 

The minimum you could earn a year to own this home is £114,432 but that is just enough to meet all your monthly mortgage payments. 

To live comfortably it is advised that your mortgage is 28 per-cent of your total salary, meaning you would need to be on a whopping £408,685 per year to afford this property and that is after taxes.

This figure doesn't take into consideration any running costs, bills or living expenses needed, but I'm sure on that kind of money you'd be alright. 

Fisherton De La Mere, Warminster

Swindon Advertiser:

Cost of the house: £2,375,000

10% deposit: £237,500

Minimum salary needed: £108,708 per year

Total salary when mortgage is 28% of total: £388,242

This classic Georgian style country house was built in 1833 and sits on approximately 22 acres of land and even has its own spring water and river. 

With a main five-bedroom house and separate coach house, the plot boasts panoramic views across the stunning Wiltshire countryside. 

The outside space is just as impressive as the inside with topiary gardens, a pond, paddocks, tennis court, and orchard. 

On an average salary, it would take someone from Wiltshire more than three years to afford one year’s mortgage on this property.

Gravel Close, Downton, Salisbury

Swindon Advertiser:

Cost of the house: £1,750,000

10% deposit: £175,000

Minimum salary needed: £80,100 per year

Total salary when mortgage is 28% of total: £286,071

This modern home has been authentically designed with inspiration drawing from period farmhouses. 

Extending across 7,000 square feet this extensive property has a wealth of character and charm including a stone Inglenook fireplace, oak beams, hardwood sash and casement windows and authentic period architrave.

There is also a one bedroom annexe and a host of outbuildings.

It would take someone on £33.8k more than two years to afford one year's mortgage payments on this house. 

Corton, Warminster, Wiltshire

Swindon Advertiser:

Cost of the house: £1,700,000

10% deposit: £170,000

Minimum salary needed: £77,808 per year

Total salary when mortgage is 28% of total: £277,885

This imposing five-bedroom country house is located in the picturesque village of Corton in the Wylye Valley.

Boasting an extensive list of key features including a tennis court, swimming pool, paddock, orchard and outbuildings this property really is ideal for the rich and famous. 

It would take more than two years for the average person from Dorset to repay one year's mortgage payments on this house.

Advice from property market analysts, Hometrack, states that we should aim to keep our mortgage payments to less than 28 per-cent of our total monthly income - to ensure we have enough money for living expenses and savings.

David Ross, Managing Director at Hometrack said: "Ultimately lenders will be focused on your creditworthiness and whether you can afford your repayments. To do this they will look at what your income is and any outgoings you have.

"Generally lenders will lend up to 2.5x your gross annual salary but this can vary depending on a number of factors including the amount borrowed, the size of your deposit, the interest rates available and how long you wish to borrow the money for."

However, the longer you borrow money, while more affordable, will cost you more in the long run. 

Would you want to live in any of these houses? Let us know in the comments.