2019’s Most-Viewed Properties on Rightmove
Five amazing properties have topped the rankings in Rightmove’s most-viewed houses for sale.
From a £30 million mansion in Kensington to a country manor over 400 years old, people have been clicking all over the country to view these beautiful homes.
So here are the five top viewed properties in 2019 so far.
In top position is this voguish contemporary nine-bedroom home at the centre of Essex which hides a cheeky feature in the master bedroom. The ceiling has a mirror fixed, right above the bed.
The estate also has a cinema room, two walk-in dressing rooms, a large games room and expansive garden.
It would be interesting to see the finer details of such houses in the form of a homebuyers report Cambridgeshire, for example, from https://www.samconveyancing.co.uk/Homebuyers-Survey/Home-Buyers-Survey-Cambridgeshire. These reports can reveal much more than just how many bedrooms a property has.
The Cornish Mansion on Millionaire’s Row
Occupying a magnificent position on the River Fal, The Beeches is one of Cornwall’s most sensational water-facing houses – presently on the market for £3.75 million.
Features include an extensive three-sided library and a huge entertainment room housing a bar and cinema.
The £30 Million Manor
This momentous home is the highest-priced home in this list and is located in a secluded spot in Phillimore Estate, one of London’s finest neighbourhoods. The estate has a fascinating history according to British History Online.
Spanning five floors, it is just minutes away from Kensington High Street. The interior is decked out with majestic décor and resembles that of a royal estate.
Luxurious Mansion in Cheshire
This deluxe seven-bedroom estate has everything you could wish for in a dream property, starting with an opulent spa.
After a long day at work, you can envisage taking a much-needed dip in the hot tub or heated swimming pool to help you unwind.
The Old Country Manor
Perhaps the most beautiful property of the top five, Canonteign Manor couples its 400-year heritage with the advantages of latest technology to offer the best of both worlds.
Surprisingly, the inside is cosy and homely despite its imposing exterior. This Grade I-listed home boasts a swimming pool, 10 acres of countryside, hardwood floors and plenty of original features.
Out of the top five, which is your favourite?