What were the most popular properties on Zoopla in March? Asking prices range from £195,000 to £9,950,000 and locations vary from Warrington to Whitstable.

1. Six bedroom detached property in Coed Y Caerau Lane, Newport, for £1,995,000

Topping the list this month is this Grade II listed property, which featured on Channel 4’s Grand Designs. The hunting lodge and tower, which were built in the 1720s, have been restored and renovated to offer a one-of-a-kind family home.

Available via Peter Alan

2. Six bedroom detached house in Farnworth Road, Penketh, Warrington, for £975,000

This vast contemporary mansion provides oodles of space and has recently been reduced by £24,950. The property is a blank canvas giving the new owner ample opportunity to make their own mark on the house.

Available via Hampshire's Estate & Letting Agents 

3. Three bedroom detached house in Hawthorn Gardens, Loanhead, Midlothian, for £444,995

The saying, ‘Don’t judge a book by its cover’, perfectly describes this Victorian cottage. Behind its traditional exterior is a modern home full of trendy features, including a vast open plan kitchen, dining and living area that is walled with glass.

Available via McEwan Fraser Legal 

4. Six bedroom detached house in Eyebrook Road, Bowdon, Altrincham, for £2,750,000

This mansion is being sold by a mystery Man United player and sits in one of Bowden’s most sought after-roads. The plush pad offers an impressive entrance hall with a floating staircase, as well as a huge kitchen-diner with Miele appliances and a home cinema with a state-of-the-art surround sound system.

Available via Metro Residential 

5. Six bedroom detached house in Sands Close, Nr Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, for £320,000

Families will love this home on the banks of the River Trent, which is only a 10 minute drive into the centre of Scunthorpe. With six bedrooms, the house provides plenty of room for the whole family and has the potential for an annex for guests. The property sits on a half acre plot, giving children plenty of space to run around.

Available via Lawrence James Residential

6. Five bedroom detached house in Mar Hall Avenue, Bishopton, Renfrewshire, for £999,000

For those that are looking for a home with spectacular views, the outlook from this former show home would be hard to beat. The drawing room is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the views of the River Clyde and the Kilpatrick Hills.

Available via Robb Residential

7. Four bedroom detached house in Preston Parade, Whitstable, for £1,500,000

Built in 2013, this beach front home has gorgeous sea views from its panoramic curved windows. The house is full of cutting edge design and eco friendly features, including an air source heat pump, underground water harvester and top level insulation.

Available via Harvey Richards & West Sales Ltd 

8. Seven bedroom country house in Shillinglee Road, Plaistow, for £4,500,000

Ash Park is a jaw-dropping, newly-built country estate. An elegant bespoke staircase provides access to all three floors, which contain several reception rooms, a swimming pool complex, gym, cinema and games room. Outside is equally as impressive, with the 8.6 acres of grounds holding a hard standing tennis court and a lake.

Available via Grantly Guildford Ltd 

9. Four bedroom detached house in Kingsley Drive, Castleford, for £195,000

For those looking for a family home in pristine condition, this house is ideal. The property boasts a bespoke fitted kitchen, a master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and a landscaped back garden. There is also a £1000 buyer’s incentive available with the house, which is less than half an hour from Leeds.

Available via William H Brown 

10. Four bedroom flat in King's Quay, Chelsea Harbour, London, for £9,950,000

Our final property is this London penthouse worthy of Christian Grey. The interior designed apartment contains more than 5,000 sq ft of living space and offers views across Chelsea harbour. It also benefits from a security and concierge service, as well as access to a gym, spa and restaurant.

Available via Harrods Estates

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