This property used to be on TV and was the most viewed home of the year. Photo: Rightmove
From an equestrian facility used in the BBC’s Pride & Prejudice to a contemporary mansion in Highgate, these are the most viewed homes by Brits on the property site Rightmove (RMV.L) this year.
This luxurious estate in north London comes with a gymnasium, ten pin bowling lane, heated swimming pool, cinema room and eight bedrooms. Photo: Rightmove
Totteridge, North London, £19.99m
Starting with number 5, this estate in Totteridge is for anyone “who needs gaming and entertainment in their dream home”.
A dream that requires £19,995,000 to come true.
The luxurious estate in North London has its own six hole golf course, a gymnasium, ten pin bowling lane, heated swimming pool, cinema room and eight bedrooms set in an 11.5 acre estate.
This mansion is arranged over three floors with four main reception rooms, five double bedrooms and five bath/shower rooms. Photo: Rightmove
Hale Barns, Altrincham, £4.25m
Number 4 brings us a gated mansion in Altrincham. For those willing and able to part with £4.25m, this detached mansion comes with a lower ground floor leisure suite that encompasses a cinema room, gymnasium and a play room.
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There are also landscaped gardens to the rear which are mainly laid to lawn with a sunken stone patio area, children’s soft play area and mature shrubbery offering “excellent privacy.”
Overall the mansion is arranged over three floors with four main reception rooms, five double bedrooms and five bath/shower rooms.
A coastal retreat in Carlyon Bay. Photo: Rightmove
Carlyon Bay, South Cornwall, £4m
The third most viewed property on the site was a coastal retreat in Carlyon Bay on the market for £4m.
“Arguably the finest coastal residence (almost 6,500sq.ft.) in one of South Cornwall’s premier clifftop private,” according to the estate agents, the home has “breathtaking” views across the bay
The ground floor comprises an “imposing reception hall and grand staircase, cloakroom and wc, study, lounge, loggia, formal dining room, 39’ x 19’ family room/kitchen, cinema room, utility room,” the estate agent said.
Outside there is a sun terrace, hot tub, outdoor kitchen, breeze house and walled lawned gardens.
A contemporary mansion in Highgate. Photo: Rightmove
Highgate, London, £35m
Number two is the most expensive property on the list. A contemporary mansion in Highgate with a glass lift to each floor and a swimming pool which opens onto the garden.
For those working from home, the mansion’s office offers panoramic views over the gardens and Hampstead Heath beyond.
The price? A whooping £35m.
Luckington Court had exteriors and interiors used to showcase Longbourn, the Bennet family home, in the BBC’s TV series Pride and Prejudice. Photo: Rightmove
Chippenham, Wiltshire, £5m
The most viewed property this year was an equestrian facility in Chippenham used in the BBC’s Pride & Prejudice.
The Grade II listed 11th century home has been used in scenes of the BBC’s Pride & Prejudice TV series, and the whole estate has been modernised whilst retaining its history.
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The home comes with eight bedrooms, seven bathrooms, several other buildings within the grounds, and a £5m price tag.
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