The most viewed homes for sale by Britons online have been revealed, with three out of five costing more than £1million.
The prices stretch north up to £4.8million for a luxury six-bedroom in Yorkshire that comes with six acres of land, while another of the multi-million pound homes – this time in Cornwall at £2.5million – has direct access onto a beach.
By contrast, the cheapest in the list from leading property listings site Rightmove is a two-bedroom flat in Spain that is on the market for just €145,000, the equivalent of just shy of £129,000. The renovation project featured in TV’s ‘Amanda & Alan’s Italian Job’.
The most viewed homes for sale online have been revealed, including this three-bedroom house in Cornwall’s Fowey (scroll down for more details)
The remaining property is a four-bedroom house in West Yorkshire costing £625,000. And why is that so popular? Probably because it boasts its own pub in the garden.
Tim Bannister, of Rightmove, said: ‘From a renovated apartment featured in a hit BBC show, to a property where you can walk straight onto the beach, here are the homes people were looking at the most last month on Rightmove.’
The top five most viewed properties for sale online…
1. Two-bed flat, Sicily, Italy, £129k
This renovation project in Italy’s Sicily was featured on the TV show ‘Amanda & Alan’s Italian Job’ and now has two bedrooms
The finished property is for sale for €145,000, the equivalent of just shy of £129,000 and is being sold by Italy Sotheby’s International
The property includes this large bedroom and has been completely renovated, from the plastering to the wallpaper
This renovation project in Italy’s Sicily was featured on the TV show Amanda & Alan’s Italian Job’.
The Italian Job property series with Amanda Holden and Alan Carr saw them tackle the two-bedroom property from the ground up and throw themselves at DIY jobs from plastering to plumbing.
The finished property is now for sale for €145,000, the equivalent of just shy of £129,000. It is being sold by Italy Sotheby’s International.
2. Six-bed house, West Yorkshire, £625k
This six-bedroom house in West Yorkshire’s Ferrybridge Road is being sold for £625,000 via Bradleys Real Estate
The large property is called Fairfield House and includes several outbuildings – including one with an extremely well-stocked bar
The garden pub has a TV screen, as well as decorative lighting and plenty of seating for entertaining family and friends
The garden pub boasts several beer barrels – including some that have been used as tables and wall decorations
This six-bedroom house in West Yorkshire’s Ferrybridge Road boasts a stunning interior – but it is perhaps the feature in the garden that attracts the most attention.
The outbuilding includes a well-stocked bar with beer barrels used as tables and wall decorations.
The property is called Fairfield House and is being sold for £625,000 via Bradleys Real Estate.
3. Six-bed house, Kelvinside, Glasgow, £1.8m
This property is in Kelvinside, a district in the Scottish city of Glasgow, and is on the market for £1.8mllion via Corum estate agents
The six-bedroom property has a large kitchen with decorative windows and large arches leading to a spacious dining area
This beautiful property is in Kelvinside, a district in the Scottish city of Glasgow.
It was originally designed by John Gordon around 1875 and extended with a Gothic Tudor influence in 1910.
The house has six bedrooms and is on the market for £1.8mllion via Corum estate agents.
4. Six-bed house, West Yorkshire, £4.8m
This property in Briestfield, West Yorkshire, is on the market with a price tag of £4.8million and is being sold by Yorkshire’s Finest estate agents
The luxury home has a modern kitchen with a multitude of ovens and not just one but two large central islands offering plenty of seating for a family
This six-bedroom property in Briestfield, West Yorkshire, is the most expensive in our list and is for sale for £4.8million via Yorkshire’s Finest estate agent.
The property isn’t in Yorkshire’s famed Golden Triangle, the area between Leeds, Harrogate and York, but it has a price tag to match homes there.
For that near £5milllion asking price you get an outdoor swimming pool with 6.5 acres of land and far-reaching views across the surrounding countryside.
5. Three-bed house, Fowey, Cornwall £2.5m
This Cornish detached house in Fowey has an asking price of £2.5million and is for sale via May Whetter & Grose
The property has views of the sea from the living area and boasts direct access from its garden onto the stunning beach
The character property has three bedrooms, including this one with a large window offering far-reaching views of the water
This Cornish detached house in Fowey has direct access from its garden onto the beach.
The garden is designed by a Chelsea Flower Show gold medalist and has views across the water to the harbour.
The property has an asking price of £2.5million and is for sale via May Whetter & Grose.
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