The most viewed homes for sale this month include a luxury barn conversion with converted outbuildings, a detached new build mansion and a three bedroom apartment with a £1.5m price tag. But which is the most popular property?
It's a £6m empty plot of land on a main road with just enough space for two homes (welcome to the millionaire's playground of Sandbanks)
The rare beachfront plot with views over Poole Harbour and Brownsea Island comes with planning consent for two modern homes and costs an eye-watering £6.25m.The homes - each around 4,000 sq ft - would be built across four floors and would have direct access to the beach. The area is known for having some of the most expensive property in the world, with many properties only being bought to be knocked down and replaced with new buildings that make the most of every last square inch of the plot.
The grandest townhouse in Britain? Ten bedroom home with two mews houses for staff goes up for sale in London's exclusive Belgravia - and it's yours for £30MILLION
For a mere £30million, you can become the owner of this grand property in the exclusive London enclave of Belgravia. It comes with not one, but two, separate mews houses for use as staff accommodation, as well as a wine store, vault, several terraces, and space for two cars. The elegant Georgian home in Wilton Crescent is within a stone's throw of Hyde Park and Buckingham Palace Gardens.
Would you live on a £1million luxury houseboat? Homes come with multiple bathrooms, terraces and top sound systems... but you still have to empty the toilets
The floating homes boast sleek interiors, such as 28 ft reception rooms, the latest designer bathrooms and, of course, roof terraces with spectacular views. They also boast Sonos sound systems and blue tooth remote controlled heating. However living on a boat requires plenty of maintenance such as filling up with water, emptying your toilets and moving your boat if you don't have a permanent mooring.
Do you live in one of the happiest places in the UK? Leigh-on-Sea on the Essex coast is named top spot for contentment
Leigh-on Sea won the accolade after scoring highly on a range of issues, including community spirit and a strong sense of belonging. It's homes, such as the one pictured above, have attracted London commuters looking for a slice on the coast. It wasn't the only seaside resort in the top ten compiled by property website Rightmove, with Troon, on the west coast of Scotland, taking second place.
Is this the most expensive home on the planet? Opulent French villa on the Côte d'Azur is valued at an astonishing £250m
Villa Les Cedres is in Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, a refuge between Nice and Monaco for some of the world's richest people. Built in 1830, the villa was sold in 1924 to Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle, owner of the Grand Marnier liquor brand. It is now up for sale by its owner, drinks maker Campari and could fetch a believed world record £250m.
Can I have a pint of Two Cocks please? Grand Designs couple are selling £2M flint farmhouse they built for £1.15M after success with on-site brewery
Phil Palmer and his partner Michael Butcher appeared on Grand Designs in October 2013 with a bold design for a contemporary farm home just outside of Newbury in Berkshire. They gave up their jobs in the capital to oversee the house build and start a new business, deciding on the new name of the Two Cocks Brewery and farmhouse.
How much would it cost you to Escape to the Chateau? Six stunning properties to follow the TV couple who swapped a two-bed Essex flat for a 45-room French fairytale
For those brave enough to take the plunge, or just curious as to what they could get for the cost of a semi in the South East, here is our pick of six chateaux each with a price of less than £500,000. They include (clockwise from top left) an eight bedroom 20th century chateau for £374,676, a seven bed chateau in Upper Normandy for £333,424, and a twelve bedroom chateau in Normandy for £455,684. A five bedroom chateau between Toulouse and Bordeaux also costs £455,684, where as a seven bedroom chateau north east of La Rcohelle costs £410,41, and a five bedroom chateau east of La Rochelle costs £309,284.
The Grand Designs that drove their owners to despair... and are now up for sale: Homes featured on TV makeover show set to make a small fortune for the 'exhausted' families
Everyone loves a good Grand Design - something that has helped to make it one of the most popular property shows on TV. Yet after pouring everything into designing and building their perfect homes, some owners have decided to move on, with three Grand Designs currently on the market. The owners of a seven-bedroom castle in Yorkshire (left), left the owners 'exhausted and scarily remortgaged up to the hilt', according to the show's presenter Kevin McCloud (inset). The purchase and redesign cost around £900,000 and the house is on sale for £1,650,000. A four-bedroom 'doughnut-shaped' property in Milton Keynes (top right), which was built in a couple's back garden for £400,000, is currently on the market for £1million. The couple behind the build, Peter Berkin and his wife Chard, were at odds at the end of the project. 'Peter is going to be happy here,' said Mrs Berkin, before adding: 'It has been positive because I am still here with him.' Meanwhile a six-bedroom house in Newport (bottom right) is on sale for £1,795,000 with the owners refusing to be drawn on how much they had spent on the build.