Rightmove’s most viewed homes in March

New data from the UK’s biggest property website Rightmove reveals the most viewed homes in March.

Rightmove’s property expert, Tim Bannister, said: “From historical estates to country cottages, throughout March home-hunters have been drawn to properties that blend heritage and charm. Whether you already live in the country or in the city, it’s always fun to explore the possibilities of castle living and remote scenic landscapes.”

Check out the homes here…

  1. A detached country cottage with picture perfect views in Wales – £475,000


  • A three-bedroom detached country cottage situated in an elevated position with views in all directions, on the edge of the picturesque village of Llangynog
  • An ideal location for those wanting a more relaxed way of life with characterful bedrooms and reception rooms
  • The property includes extensive, well-maintained gardens and an adjacent paddock extending to approximately 1.34 acres


  1. The Glemham Hall Estate in Woodbridge – £19,000,000


  • Described as one of Suffolk’s most notable estates, the Hall boasts five centuries of history, having been established in the sixteenth century
  • The Hall provides spacious accommodation, featuring grand rooms with high ceilings and traditional elements like a reception hall and main reception rooms. It includes numerous bedrooms, dressing rooms, attics, and a large cellar
  • The expansive park surrounding the Hall is adorned with ancient trees and avenues, evoking a sense of history dating back to Repton’s era


  1. A detached country cottage in Chirk – £730,000


  • This four-bedroom cottage has recently been updated with many original features throughout and private canal-side gardens
  • Sitting in a generous plot with approximately one acre of land, which is suitable for keeping horses on
  • The property sits on the World famous Llangollen Canal and the World Heritage Site, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is only a short canal side walk away


  1. Grade II-listed six-bedroom house in Stratford-upon-Avon – £2,200,000


  • This six-bedroom Grade II-listed property has an internal footprint of over 4,500 sq ft
  • The historic features of the house have been well maintained, and modern additions have been made with respect to its original design
  • Surrounded by tranquil gardens with mature plants and trees, the house feels secluded, yet it’s only a 15-minute walk to the town centre


  1. Scottish Castle in Edinburgh – £6,000,000


  • This Scottish Castle, surrounded by over 100 acres of private land, stands as a timeless symbol of the country’s rich history and architectural grandeur
  • The property exudes an air of mystery and regal charm, with a commanding sandstone entrance and ancient stone walls that whisper tales of the past
  • Inside you can discover historical allure and architectural brilliance, from hand-painted entrance halls to six working fireplaces and a family kitchen crafted with a blend of tradition and modern comfort

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