These are the most-viewed homes of 2019 so far
These are the top five most-viewed properties on Rightmove so far this year, including a castle from TV show Grand Designs and an £18.75m pad with a European Tour golf course at the end of the garden.
Our data scientists have totted up each click to reveal these properties as the most popular homes on the UK’s number one property website in 2019.
Rightmove property expert Miles Shipside said: “It’s always fascinating to see which properties have generated the most public interest and it’s not difficult to see why these five homes are so popular.
“Whether it’s home-hunters looking for design inspiration or people who’re curious to glimpse inside top-of-the-market properties, these astoundingly impressive homes each has something special about them.”
Taking top spot is this beautiful, detached residence which is the epitome of sophisticated living. After a hard day’s work, you can imagine taking a well-earned dip in the incredible indoor swimming pool or hot tub.
The seven-bedroom mansion has been designed with open-plan living in mind, while you may spot famous faces from the world of TV and sport when popping out for milk as the village of Prestbury is popular with celebrities in the north west.
You’ll be hard pushed to find a home in the country with better views than the stunning panoramic coastal vistas this five-bedroom waterfront property can offer.
But arguably even more impressive is the 60-foot long entertainment room with a bar and cinema – perfect for hosting parties of any kind – while the house itself is tucked away on one of the most exclusive no-through roads along the south coast of Britain.
This gorgeous Scottish property is a fine example of early Edwardian architecture and has its own two storey mews, while the generous family accommodation is spread over three floors, the upper being the original billiard room with stunning views from three sides.
It’s awash with magnificent original features, such as ornate cornicing, marble chimneypieces, working shutters and pitch pine doors, architraves and floors, and a grand staircase illuminated with original painted glass landing window.
It’s no surprise to see this incredible castle property from the 2018 TV series of Grand Designs in the top 10 most viewed homes of 2019 so far. The Grade II listed folly was originally built way back in 1769 by Sir John Vanhattem as a showcase for his extensive fossil collection, but the latest owners have transformed the two-bedroom home into something even more special.
From the bright and inviting kitchen breakfast room to the top floor terrace that enjoys breathtaking 360-degree views of the local countryside, this is one rather special home.
Enjoy your weekends at this magnificent ten-bedroom mansion with a birdie or two. But no, we don’t mean a roast chicken on a Sunday, we’re talking about the golfing kind. This incredible £18.75 million pad is based in the world-famous estate of Wentworth Golf Club – which hosts the European Tour’s BMW PGA Championship – with the 12th fairway at the end of the garden.
Extending over three floors, this landmark contemporary house is built using natural materials and offers over 21,000 sq ft of exceptional living and entertaining accommodation.