See inside the most-viewed homes of the month
As the weather turns colder and we’re gearing up for an extended stretch indoors, we’re particularly keen for some interiors inspiration. And this month’s most-viewed homes are bringing some next-level interior design for us to admire.
From homes seen-on-screen (box-set time, anyone?), through to jaw-dropping renovations, take a look at some of the most-viewed homes on Rightmove this month.
1. The incredible red chalet-style house from Netflix's Sex Education
Used as a location on the hit Netflix show, Sex Education, this 5-bedroom house is steeped in tranquil countryside. Beyond the striking red and white façade, countless cosy nooks make for perfect spots for soaking up the surrounding scenery, with views out treetops and the winding River Wye.
Though now sold, it’s easy to see why this beautifully styled home has captivated the nation, earning it the top spot of the most-viewed home on Rightmove last month.
2. A 4-bed home with a hot tub in the City of Doncaster
Set close to a peaceful nature reserve, this double-fronted detached house in Yorkshire has its own cinema-style lounge, and a paved garden area offering the perfect entertaining spot.
The open-plan kitchen with its sleek island opens out onto the patio area, which boasts a toasty, bubbling hot tub. The home has also been awarded a ‘B’ rating for energy efficiency.
3. A 4-bed home with a bar in the garden
A pristine renovation in Glasgow, this 4-bedroom home is bursting with natural light and filled with modern design features.
Peel back the bi-fold doors in the chic garden room to reveal a fully kitted-out bar, while the master bedroom has its own dressing room with built-in closets, and an en-suite.
4. A transformed home featured on Channel 4's ‘Love It or List It’
Featured on Phil Spencer and Kirstie Allsop’s ‘Love It or List It’ TV show, this 4-bedroom home has undergone a striking transformation.
Bold design features include a teal kitchen, reclaimed vintage pieces and beautiful parquet flooring, while the spacious garden is a gorgeous suntrap spot.
5. An Arts & Crafts house set in tranquil grounds
A jaw-dropping Arts and Crafts home in a leafy area of Glasgow, Whitecraigs House is set within over two acres of grounds.
Handcrafted features give a nod to the house’s 19th-century origins, including wood panelling, leaded stained-glass windows and detailed cornicing. Offsetting the historical interior, the garden is encircled by picturesque woodland.