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The most viewed homes in February

Briestfield Road, Briestfield, Thornhill Edge. Photo: Rightmove homes
The list of the most viewed homes in February includes a modern mansion in Yorkshire. Photo: Rightmove (Rightmove)

New data from the UK’s biggest property website Rightmove reveals the homes that were most viewed in February.

Rightmove’s property expert, Tim Bannister, said: “From a renovated apartment featured in a hit BBC show, to a property where you can walk straight onto the beach, here are the homes people were looking at the most last month on Rightmove.”

1. Amanda Holden & Alan Carr’s renovation home, €145,000

The view from Alamanda
The view from Casa Alamanda, subject of Amanda & Alan’s Italian Job. Photo: Rightmove

This two-bedroom Sicilian apartment was the subject of the hit BBC property show Amanda & Alan’s Italian Job.

In the show Amanda Holden and Alan Carr each bought a derelict apartment in the gorgeous Sicilian town of Salemi for €1 each.

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Viewers tuned in each week to watch Holden wielding a sledgehammer or getting stuck in with a paintbrush.

The fully-renovated home styled by Amanda Holden and Alan Carr is now for sale and all profits will be donated to charity. For more information on Casa Alamanda look on Rightmove.

2. A period home in West Yorkshire, £625,000

Fairfield House. Photo: Rightmove
Fairfield House. Photo: Rightmove (Rightmove)

This idyllic period property is set amongst expansive grounds in West Yorkshire, boasting a host of unique features with décor that transports you to another time.

One of the most difficult decisions would be to entertain inside or out, with so many spaces to make the most of.

Yorkshire home. Photo: Rightmove
This idyllic period property boasts a host of unique features with décor that transports you to another time. Photo: Rightmove (Rightmove)

The four-bedroom home has a family room, music/reading room, dining room and conservatory as well as a brick garden room and a wooden summer house, two patio areas and a split-level garden.

3. A listed property in Glasgow, £1.8m

Listed property Glasgow. Photo: Rightmove
The B-listed property was originally designed by John Gordon in 1875 and extended with a Gothic Tudor influence in 1910. Photo: Rightmove (Rightmove)

This villa situated in the Kelvinside area of Glasgow was originally designed around 1875, and retains its period charm with some added modern touches.

glasgow villa. Photo: Duncan Caratacus Clark/Rightmove
This glasgow villa features a grand reception hallway. Photo: Duncan Caratacus Clark/Rightmove (Duncan Caratacus Clark/Rightmove)

Set over four levels, there are six bedrooms and three bathrooms, and it even comes with its own games room and library.

4. An immaculate mansion in Yorkshire, £4.8m

Briestfield Road, Briestfield, Thornhill Edge. Photo: Rightmove
The home includes an outdoor heated swimming pool. Photo: Rightmove (Rightmove)

This Yorkshire mansion set across approximately six and a half acres of land includes beautiful views over the countryside and carefully curated spaces to relax both inside and outside.

The kitchen and entertainment space comes with a bar area which is sure to be a hit with guests and there is also a games room, cinema room, spa with steam room and a gym.

Briestfield Road, Briestfield, Thornhill Edge. Photo: Rightmove
The kitchen and entertainment space comes with a bar area which is sure to be a hit with guests. Photo: Rightmove (Rightmove)

Outside you will find a seating area with a log burning fire and TV with external speaker system and a heated swimming pool.

The house has a high-tech smart home system throughout. Some features include electric curtains and blind, lighting control and in-ceiling speakers.

5. A beach front home in Cornwall, £2.5m

St. Catherines Cove, Fowey. Photo: Rightmove
The property is surrounded by miles of coastal and countryside scenery. Photo: Rightmove (Rightmove)

This beautiful beach front detached home in Cornwall comes with fabulous views across the water and direct access onto the sand.

Its garden was also designed by a Chelsea Flower Show gold medallist to include landscaped gardens and lawn, stretching almost the full width of the property, as well as several patio areas and a paved courtyard enclosed by pleached hornbeam hedging.

If living right on the beach and sea wasn’t quite enough, the property is also surrounded by miles of coastal and countryside scenery.

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