68% of children surveyed believe they will own their dream home by the age of 35, according to new research by Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks.
And 19% of those are planning to own their dream home by the age of 25, despite the fact that 33% of children estimate that their dream home will cost them between £500,000 and £1 million.
The research also shows that kids in Yorkshire are the most hopeful with 38% of primary children in the area hoping to own their dream home by the age of 25 and 83% by the age of 35.
Reaffirming gender stereotypes, boys are hoping for a dream house with secret passageways (41%), a cinema (37%), a bowling alley (33%) and a football pitch (23%). Girls, on the other hand, would prefer their dream home to have stables (32%), a cottage (22%) and a farm (15%).
Steve Reid, retail director for Clydesdale Bank, said: “As any parent knows