The most expensive chimney in a property in England is the chimney of the manor house in Cheshire, which has a price tag of £1.2 million.
The chimney covering of the property in Cheshires Chorlton was sold for £1,064,000 in 2012.
This is a photograph of the chimneys of the house in a photograph by Tom Dyer from the Daily Mail.
It is the third most expensive house in England, after the former home of former President George W Bush in New York and the mansion of the current President Donald Trump in Palm Beach, Florida.
There are five houses in the Chorlsworth estate with chimneys covering an average of £400,000.
It has become an international trend, with Chinese nationals buying and selling chimneys on the internet.
Some Chinese families have also taken to selling their chimneys online, according to the BBC, with a number of sellers using social media to advertise their properties.
A couple from China who bought a house in Chorladown for £400 million have now taken it back to China for repairs.
The property in Choral Street, near the entrance to Chorleshire’s Cheshire estate, is owned by the family of the late Donald Trump.
The owner of the home is the wife of the former President.
Donald Trump and his family were forced to flee the country during the 9/11 terror attacks after his plane was hijacked.
The couple purchased the house for £600 million in 2000 and has lived there ever since.
The estate has been renovated, and the property has been listed for sale.
A number of other properties in Charelton, including one of the wealthiest homes in the world, the Choral House in Chiltern, were sold for huge sums in 2012 for £2.2 billion.
The price of the Charelleton property is £2,839,000, according the Times.
This picture of the mansion in Cholmeshill, Cheshire was taken in 2013 and shows the front and rear of the building, and its terrace.
The house was listed for £3.4 billion in 2013.
The mansion was sold to former President Trump for £300 million.
This photo of the estate was taken from a number a houses in Chonley, Cheshire, in 2014.
The home is owned and managed by the estate, and has been the focus of a number social media campaigns to raise awareness of the value of the homes.
There has been some criticism of the houses sold, with one Twitter user criticising the couple for buying and re-selling a house they have lived in for the past 40 years.
This article has been corrected.