The 5 most-viewed houses of the month

From hear-a-pin-drop tranquility within the Scottish Borders, to a jaw-dropping construct featured on Channel 4’s Grand Designs, this month’s most-viewed houses are nothing wanting showstopping.

And with some unimaginable design options besides – Hollywood-style dwelling cinema, or blinds you may management out of your cellphone, anybody? – it’s no surprise these houses have captured the curiosity of the nation’s home-hunters.

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1. An opulent 6-bed dwelling in Middlesbrough

This luxury dwelling within the North East has a glossy open-plan dwelling area, plus bespoke options together with a soundproofed music studio, a Jacuzzi-style bathtub, a built-in bar, and a house cinema with plush lounge seating.

Towering home windows body far-reaching views of the Teesside countryside, in addition to the manicured backyard, which boasts its personal swimming pool and sizzling tub.

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3. A woodland retreat within the Scottish Borders

In an idyllic setting 16 miles from Edinburgh, this showstopping six-bed house is paying homage to a Canadian lodge. Swathes of walnut and oak are discovered all through the inside, which additionally has a state-of-the-art geothermal heating system and toasty underfloor heating.

An extended elevated terrace provides views over the neighbouring treetops, whereas giant floor-to-ceiling home windows bathe the principle dwelling area in pure gentle. There may be additionally a house cinema, video games room, spa and gymnasium.

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4. A Grade II-listed former mill on the sting of the Lake District

Set inside 4 and a half acres of woodland, this Grade II-listed dwelling dates again to the 1300s, and was a working mill up till 1968. The brilliant, elegant inside mixes centuries-old historical past with distinctive design options, together with a sky-lit kitchen, a glass balcony and an illuminated bar space.

In addition to a terrace with views over the river and surrounding greenery, the house has its personal boat home, in addition to a raised-bed crammed vegetable backyard, and a tranquil shepherd’s hut.

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5. A jaw-dropping dwelling featured on Grand Designs

Hailed as ‘breathtaking’ by Grand Designs presenter Kevin McCloud, this waterside dwelling brings Japanese oasis-style dwelling to town of St Albans. Set inside two acres of serene gardens and having fun with views of the historic abbey, the grounds lead all the way down to the light movement of the River Ver.

Offsetting the clear traces and seamless movement of the inside design, high-tech options embrace phone-controlled blinds, heating, lights and home equipment. In addition to a showstopping 30-metre atrium, there’s a cinema room, 10-seater cosy, and a placing inexperienced exterior.

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