According to a study by Lloyds bank,  around 185,000 homeowners in Britain own property worth £1m or more.

(In 2010, 7,185 buyers spent a million-plus on a property, equal to around 20 people every day, an astonishing 125 homes were sold for £5m or more last year.  But nearly 1 in 4 homes bought for £1m or more last year were in the exclusive London boroughs of Kensington and Chelsea or Westminster, so I doubt I’ll ever get onto that kind of property ladder.)

Source: This is Money