Most viewed properties in February

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It’s a little bit scary how fast February passed – even with that extra day! One thing which didn’t change, though, was our avid browsers digging up the most intriguing, interesting and stunning properties on our site. So sit back, relax and check out the most viewed properties on Rightmove last month…

Taking top spot is this stunning seven bedroom home in St Johns Wood! They’ve splashed out on a swanky pool and bar area and the glass ceiling over the kitchen is perfect to catch a sunset whilst you’re having dinner. Then there’s a games room, a cinema and a massage and treatment room… we’d never leave!

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Coming in second is an apartment on Brighton’s sunny seafront. There’s sea views to the front of it and city views to the back – for whatever mood you’re in! Best of all, for down south, that price tag isn’t half bad.

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Third place goes to this three bedroom detached home in St Margaret’s Bay, near Dover. The pretty home has all sea-facing bedrooms and a blingy bathroom! Come summertime, the patio and garden on this home mean you’ll be hosting all the BBQs – so dust off your apron!

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Fourth place is a quirky find. The old chapel has planning consent for a conversion, or you can keep it as it is – an antiques store. With a great floorplan and rolling hills behind it, this has the potential to be a great family home.

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Lastly, step inside this barn conversion in Cromer, Norfolk. With tonnes of personality, this home offers exposed beams, a wood burner fire and a lovely terrace for late dinners. Oh – and spot the special guest in the picture below…

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Well, that’s enough for one month! Check back in April to see what we’ve been spotting this month or tag us @Rightmove on Twitter to share your finds with us!

1 Comment

  • Michael says:

    Properties in the uk lack character, they’re like shoe boxes yet they sell cause of the incredible shortage of roof over people’s head. Property developers are building shoe box flats with no wardrobes and laughing to the bank. Every time I travel out of the U.K. I don’t ever feel like coming back. It’s a shame things are not changing, the roads and streets are small, 3-4 bed houses so small yet they leave a
    Lot of space at the back as gardens. The U.K. Has to change for the better but it isn’t, divorce rates are high and relationships are under heavy strain all linked to how difficult it is to keep a roof over your head.

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