A Grade II listed building is one of July’s most viewed properties, but what’s the price tag?
OnTheMarket.com shows off some of the most viewed properties in July, ranging from iconic London mansions to beautiful farmhouses in Buckinghamshire. Take a look at the remarkable variety on offer.
Some of the most viewed properties for the month of July on OnTheMarket.com range from a veritable seven bedroom mansion in London, priced at over £50 million, to a small, yet charming, four bedroom house near Glasgow for just £168,995.
The selection of properties which people took most interest in shows the remarkable variety on offer, and whether you’re looking for inner city living or a private sandy beach, OnTheMarket.com has it all.
Grade II listed, 10,710 sq. ft. and with a garden, roof terrace and views over London’s beautiful Eaton Square, it may not be surprising that this seven-bedroom townhouse comes with a £55,000,000 price tag. Belgravia is one of the most exclusive areas in London, and for anyone living in this house, Knightsbridge, Sloane Square and Chelsea are all close by, allowing for a plethora of shopping and transport options.
Spacious: The townhouse extends two floors below and four floors up
Relaxation: The lower ground swimming pool makes for a perfect space to get some peace, away from the city
If inner city living couldn’t be further away from your dream home, then this next property could be the one for you. It perches on top of a headland with stunning panoramic views of the turquoise seas of Cornwall’s south coast. Chapel Point House, designed by the renowned ‘Arts and Crafts’ architect John Campbell, is now Grade II listed. It has five bedrooms, four reception rooms, a private sandy beach and extensive grazing land.
Crystal clear: The water surrounding the house is a striking colour
Holiday home: The design of the house has a distinctly Mediterranean feel
Next up is a rustic five-bedroom farmhouse, The Old Farm House. Located in rural Buckinghamshire, the setting is just as charming the house. With five good sized bedrooms and two acres of land that include an orchard, two paddocks and stables, this delightful property would be a great fit for any family looking for a rural escape.
A piece of history: The house is believed to be 400 years old
Original features: The beam work is still visible throughout the house
Following that last very traditional house, we have a very contemporary property found in the north, near Newcastle upon Tyne. It belies its bungalow status to offer three roomy bedrooms, with the master benefiting from an en-suite. Just a stone’s throw away from the coast and for a price of just over £300,000, you can see why this house has drawn in a lot of interest.
Seamless: The design is sleek and stylish
Fully integrated: The kitchen has recently been refurbished to include all the latest mod cons
If you’re after something a bit different, this last property is definitely unique. Impeccably presented, it spreads over two floors, and has four individually designed bedrooms. Its open plan kitchen leads to a large conservatory and decking area, which combined, or separately, are perfect for entertaining. The house is situated in Wishaw, a popular town that has great transport links to Glasgow or Edinburgh.
Immaculate: The house is set back behind wrought iron gates and well-maintained hedges
Chilled out: A comfortable relaxation area can be found in the garden