From classical mansion to quaint barn conversion, we shine a spotlight on some of Britain’s most-viewed homes since the property market reopened.
With demand for housing surpassing pre-coronavirus levels, we’ve taken a look inside our most-viewed properties since the market reopened in May.
With prices ranging from £25,000 to £30,000,000, there’s a home to suit everyone.
Take a look inside...
Top of our list is a 10 bedroom mansion in the historic market town, Godalming. With a starting price of £30,000,000, the dream home boasts its very own bowling alley, home cinema, spa, swimming pool and more.
Price: offers over £30,000,000
Landscaped grounds surround this beautifully renovated and extended home, with a spectacular lake and waterfall only a stone's throw away.
This three bedroom home is situated in the popular cultural hub of Salford in Greater Manchester. It features a large lounge, a conservatory and off-road parking.
At the other end of the price spectrum is a more attainable, semi-detached house in the Birmingham suburb of Sheldon. It has received over 8,000 views since the market reopened.
This home is constructed to the highest specification and design. The use of weathered oak and lime rendered walls with rosemary roof tiles is commonly used in the surrounding villages and towns of Chigwell.
This semi-detached property has benefitted from an impressive two-storey extension to allow for an extra bedroom and a large study.
Price: offers over £260,000
This detached, cul-de-sac home comes equipped with a garage. It stands back from the road behind a driveway and well-presented front garden.
This feature-filled barn conversion in the heart of Euxton village would be ideal for a family. It has great travel links to all nearby major towns and cities. It has had over 5000 views since the market reopened.
Why the recent boost in demand?
This recent boost in demand may be a result of people re-evaluating their housing needs during the coronavirus lockdown.
Whether they're looking for a larger garden or a home office, buyers are returning to the market at scale in what's being termed the 'post-COVID bounce'.
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