Fixer-uppers, a £30million estate in the Isle of Man and a London townhouse with a winter garden!
Find out which properties were the most popular in August at OnTheMarket.com.
August’s most viewed properties include some of the finest properties on the UK market and also some of the best opportunities to create wonderful new homes. These top five viewed properties at OnTheMarket.com show the amazing variety of homes we have on display from some of the UK’s leading estate agents.
The newest estate on the Isle of Man and its most expensive property. This 17 bedroom house is for sale with a guide price of £30 million and is part of a 112 acre coastal estate in the south east of the island. The Ballamona Estate has panoramic sea views and, when finished, will encompass about 20,600 sq. ft. of accommodation including an amazing spa and home cinema.
This three bedroom property comes with land which is in need of some improvement but offers a wonderful chance of a secluded, countryside home. It is for sale with a guide price of £200,000 and presents 16 acres on the outskirts of Letterston Village with private lane access. The property also consists of a grazing land and has a picturesque setting of woodland and wetland.
The third most viewed property is another great opportunity to build a very distinct home. This 0.44 acre of land is for sale with a guide price of £150,000 with full planning approval for a unique underground eco-home. The plot is in the scenic environs of the East Riding of Yorkshire and consists of a former reservoir with approval for a three bedroom house by award-winning architect, David Ettridge.
This seven bedroom town house has one of London’s most prestigious addresses – Eaton Square, Belgravia and comes with a price tag of £55 million. With views over the square, its own lift, mews entrance with a double garage and a swimming pool, this home is Grade II listed. It even has a good sized, winter garden with a retractable glass ceiling. A wonderful property that is right in the heart of one London’s most famous destinations between Knightsbridge and Chelsea.
Another fixer upper, this nine acre smallholding in rural Wales offers the chance of re-building a two bedroom cottage on the site. The land could be used for equestrian pursuits and could also be extended utilising the existing outbuildings. For just £140,000 as a guide price, the agent thinks it will be of interest to investors and developers when it goes to auction on September 22.