These are the properties we've been lusting over in lockdown three

Now we’re one month into our third lockdown in England, it’s time we took a moment to reflect on how we’ve been spending our time inside.

Along with making marmalade, it turns out we’ve continued to while away the hours by looking at plenty of property porn.

And some homes have caught our eye more than others.

Zoopla has revealed its list of the most viewed properties of lockdown three, and they’re a real mixed bag.

The most popular houses are spread across England, Scotland, and Wales, and range in price from £95,000 all the way up to £54.5million.

Tom Parker, Consumer Spokesperson at Zoopla said: ‘With yet another lockdown firmly in place many of us are understandably using the additional time at home to look at property online.

‘It’s clear that there are two types of property browsers, those on the hunt for their next step on the property ladder, and those looking for some escapism and searching for a luxurious mansion or a place in the country.’

Shall we take a look at the places we’ve been lusting over?

1. Four-bed semi-detached house in Liverpool, £425,000

A period four-bedroom house in Liverpool takes the top spot for our lockdown viewing pleasure.

On sale for £425,000, the home is pretty lovely, complete with gorgeous mosaic floor tiles, large sash windows, and stained glass windows.

2. Five-bed detached house in Liverpool, Merseyside, £1.5million

In second place is another Liverpool property, but this time with a higher price tag.

The five-bed home has all sorts of posh features and modern interiors, but its major selling point is the spacious terrace, which offers great views of The River Mersey.

3. Three-bed semi-detached house in Swansea, Wales, £390,000


The perfect family home in Wales takes the third spot, up for sale for £390,000.

4. Three-bed end terrace house in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, £95,000


The cheapest home on the list, this terraced house is also Yorkshire and The Humber’s most viewed property.

It’s ideally suited to first-time buyers, with three bedrooms and one bathroom, and close to local amenities.

5. 12-bed terraced house in Mayfair, London, £54.5million

And on the opposite end of the price scale is this home; one of Mayfair’s original mansions.

The Grade II listed townhouse was built back in 1732, before being refurbished in 1908 by famous architect Ralph Knott, who was responsible for building the County Hall in London.

The massive house has a spa and one of the area’s largest swimming pools.

Plus, it’s right near Hyde Park, so is in a dreamy location.

6. Four-bed flat in Edinburgh, Scotland, £1million


Hitting the million pound mark is this stunning apartment packed with period features.

Spanning 2,659 sq ft, the flat has marble fireplaces and intricate plaster work along with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two sitting rooms.

7. Two-bed detached house in Greallin, Isle of Skye, £400,000


Anyone craving an escape to the countryside will be keen on this pad.

The two-bed detached house sits near the waterfront on the Isle of Skye, with beautiful views of the sea and mountains.

The home is also located five miles away from the village of Staffin, which has a lovely sandy beach.

It looks super peaceful, so we can definitely see why the home has had so many views in lockdown three.

8. Three-bed detached bungalow in Carluke, Scotland, £105,000

Another affordable option, but this time in need of quite a bit of refurb work.

If you’re keen to take on a project, this could be a great shout, as it has plenty of potential – there’s off-street parking and a large garden, too.

9. Four-bed semi-detached house in Dumfries, Scotland

And another one that’s within tight budgets, ideal for couples or a family.

10. Three-bed detached house in Neath, Wales, £200,000

And finally, taking the tenth spot is this three-bedroom house in Neath, Wales, with modern interiors, a low maintenance garden, and a peaceful location close to Skewen village.

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