Floating house in Scotland surrounded by trees

See inside the most-viewed homes of the month

Another collection of showstopping homes made our list of most-viewed homes this month.

Our property expert, Tim Bannister, said: “From recently built homes filled with futuristic design features, to listed period houses filled with centuries of history, this month’s most-viewed homes are as impressive as they are eclectic.”

From a ‘floating’ house in Glasgow to a historical manor house in Derby, take a look around the homes that captivated home-hunters in a big way…

1. A dynamic design-led home set over four floors

This ‘floating’ house is filled with bespoke, high-end design features, including a sauna and spa, teppanyaki hob and underfloor heating. The basement-level bedrooms all seamlessly blend with the outdoors, with towering glass walls that bring the outside in.

Found in a tranquil suburb of Glasgow, the tiered outdoor spaces overlook the neighbouring golf course, while the sleek, open-plan living space – complete with kitchen island – offers the ultimate entertaining space.

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2. A converted former vicarage in the heart of a Cornish village

Encircled by an idyllic walled garden, this immaculate home is found on the sun-soaked Cornish coast. Towering sash windows flood the six-bedroom living space with natural light, while the beautiful gardens span over 1.5 acres. There is also a studio and two bijou cottages on the same site.

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3. A majestic Grade II-listed home in Derbyshire

A grand Arts and Crafts house with landscaped grounds, the property boasts a rich history, and was formerly owned by the Coke family. The home dates back to the 16th century, with the main house comprising nine bedrooms plus a separate stone summer house. Lots of original features remain intact, including an oak staircase, marble mantlepieces, and ornate moulded ceilings.

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4. A palatial six-bedroom home with holiday-style outdoor space

Built in 2018, this jaw-dropping home features high-end design, with a nod to history in the form of its mock Tudor styling. The interior features cherry-picked design features from across the globe, including Italian marble flooring and a luxurious Japanese kitchen.

Head outside to find a large patio with custom-built open fire and Green Egg, as well as a flood-lit football pitch on site.

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5. A Grade II-listed 19th-century home in West Yorkshire

Having undergone a dramatic renovation, this opulent home is found in the well-heeled village of Birkenshaw. Seamlessly mixing history and modern design, the house boasts corniced ceilings, bay windows, parquet flooring and original fireplaces, while full height windows flood the kitchen with light, and French doors lead out onto the manicured gardens. Find a unique feature at the on-site spa: a saltwater hydrotherapy pool.

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