This month's most popular properties include homes with loads of potential, and lavish mansions. They're priced from £195,000 to a jaw-dropping £30m.
1. Five-bedroom property in Moss, Doncaster, for £625,000
Taking a look around this striking house, it's easy to see why it’s taken the top spot in March. The colourful three-tier soft play area is the stuff of dreams for kids, and possibly big kids. There’s grown up features as well, including an enormous kitchen, a self-contained annexe and equestrian facilities.
Available via Fine & Country
2. Three-bedroom detached house in Tomintoul, Ballindalloch, Aberdeenshire, for £205,000
This stone-built farmhouse could do with a refurbishment, but with views to die for, it would be a project worth undertaking. It sits within the spectacular surroundings of Cairngorms National Park and although it is isolated, there’s a scattering of pretty villages within easy reach as long as you have a car.
Available via Cluny Estate Agents
3. Seven-bedroom detached house in St. Georges Hill, Weybridge, for £14.25m
If you asked someone to describe a dream mansion, the chances are they’d be thinking of something close to Hartlands. This sprawling house is grand but tastefully decorated and with seven-bedrooms, seven-bathrooms and five reception rooms, it’s perfect for entertaining guests. You’ll also get an indoor swimming pool, gym and a staff flat - if you can cough up £14m.
Available via Curchods
4. Six-bedroom detached house in Cobham, Surrey, for £2.2m
Taking fourth place is this attractive detached home tucked away in a quiet close in Cobham. A striking entrance hall containing a solid oak double staircase gives it the wow-factor, along with an elegant German kitchen, media room and gym. It’s also just over a mile to Oxshott station, where trains can take you into the capital in less than 40 minutes.
Available via John D Wood & Co.
5. Four-bedroom property in Harleston, Norfolk, for £195,000
Fancy having a go at your own Grand Design? Plenty of you were interested in this Grade II-listed Georgian chapel, which has full planning permission to be converted into a unique home, according to the selling agent. It dates back to 1819, and, once completed, will contain four double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and an impressive open plan kitchen/dining/living room.
Available via Doorsteps.co.uk
6. Five-bedroom detached house in Sandbanks, Poole, for £8.75m
Sandbanks is one of most sought after addresses in the country outside of the capital, and it’s not hard to see why with stunning properties like this contemporary home. Along with its stunning sea views, other luxury perks include a home cinema, swimming pool, treatment room, wine cellar and a boat house.
Available via Tailor Made Estate Agents & Lettings
7. Three-bedroom cottage in Kew, West London, for £1.08m
In seventh place is this humble Victorian terrace house spread out across three floors. But with views of the River Thames from its roof terrace, it comes at a premium. It also sits within the Kew Green conservation area and is a short walk from Kew Gardens Tube station and the world famous botanical gardens.
Available via Antony Roberts
8. Seven-bedroom detached house in Rosneath, Argyll And Bute, for £400,000
This extended period property with exceptional views of Gare Loch has masses of potential. You could move straight in and use it as a family home, but with seven-bedrooms and such a dramatic location, it could be reconfigured into a B&B. Original fireplaces, doors and bay windows give the home added charm.
Available via Express Estate Agency
9. Six-bedroom property in Bradford, West Yorkshire, for £2.15m
It might look like a grand bungalow from the front, but step round to its landscaped gardens, and this home takes on the appearance of a mansion. Two of its three floors are completely hidden from the street view. Another surprising feature is that the lower ground floor contains an entertainment hall, with a swimming pool concealed below.
Available via Hunters
10. Seven-bedroom terraced house in Belgravia, London, for £30m
The final property to make it onto the list this month is also the most expensive – and by a considerable amount. Belgravia is one of London’s most sought-after enclaves and £30m will buy you this lavish terraced house. Its plush features include a state-of-the-art cinema, gym, bar, staff flat, home automation system and a lift.
Available via Sotheby’s International Realty