The most viewed homes over Christmas and New Year
It’s time for us to take a look back at the most viewed properties of the festive period, and reveal the four homes the nation has been drooling over.
It’s always interesting to see which homes are piquing the nation’s interest, and there definitely appears to be a theme with this crop of properties.
All four of the most viewed properties are grand stately homes that wouldn’t look out of place on the set of hit show Bridgerton.
Take a look…
This enormously charming 10-bedroom country home, which dates back to the 14th Century, has been painstakingly restored into a stunning family home.
Chanters House is on the market for a cool £7million and its centrepiece is The Great Library, a breath-taking room that is home to around 22,000 books.
The property reportedly once belonged to the English poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and now comes complete with an indoor swimming pool, tennis court and lush parkland.
This property is listed for sale with Pilkington Estates.
Norland House is another exquisite Grade II-listed family home, which was first built around 1830 and later remodelled in the 1870s.
Up for sale for £4.65million, the grand seven-bedroom mansion mixes period architecture with modern day interior and the result is a truly luxurious place to call home.
Some of the standout features of the Bristol residence include a home cinema, a wine cellar, a games room, a gym, and not to mention hugely spacious living areas.
This property is listed for sale with Rupert Oliver Property Agents.
Haddon House is a beautiful Georgian-style family homes that’s tucked away in the Staffordshire countryside.
The sprawling five-bedroom property is on the market for a little under £3million, and although the décor may not be to everyone’s taste, its opulence still shines through.
Fans of The Crown may think the main living room looks not too dissimilar from The Queen’s living quarters depicted in the Netflix show, whilst outside, the mature gardens are ideal for hosting family barbecues.
This property is listed for sale with Paul Carr Exclusive and Rural.
This amazing 12-bedroom Edwardian country house is more than 100 years old but has been lovingly restored into a modern, family home.
The Grange was originally built in 1906 for Mr Henry Curtis, a notable farmer and landowner in Bedfordshire. During its lifetime it’s also been used as a base for the Armed Forces, as well as a private school.
The residence comes complete with beautifully landscaped gardens and more than three acres of paddocks for horse lovers.
This property is listed for sale with Michael Graham.