- Six bedroom home for £175,000 was most viewed property in 2015
- One of the top five included an unusual home featured on Grand Designs
- Also popular was a three bedroom house for £40,000
Myra Butterworth For MailOnline
Britain’s love of property showed no signs of abating in 2015, with prices rising throughout the year and edging ever nearer to the £200,000 mark.
Indeed, values are now growing at their fastest pace since the spring, with buyers typically paying £196,999 to purchase a home of their own, according to the latest figures published yesterday by Nationwide.
However, the strength of the market is not being felt across the whole of the country, with a north south divide becoming increasingly apparent.
As the most viewed homes for sale this year reveal, it is possible to purchase a five bedroom home in Buckinghamshire for £2m at one end of the scale and a three bedroom house in Liverpool for £40,000 at the other.
The most popular properties on the Zoopla website also include a luxury home featured on TV’s Grand Designs.
1. Six bedroom house in Consett, County Durham, listed for sale in August for £175,000
This farmhouse has plenty of eco-potential as it comes with planning permission for a wind turbine
2. Three bedroom house in Bradford listed for sale in October for £149,950
This recently built detached home offers three bedrooms and outdoor space for less than £150,000
3. Five bedroom house in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, listed for sale in October for £2m
This multi-million pound property comes with three floors in the main house and a triple garage
4. Six bedroom house in Newport listed for sale in February for £1,899,950
The unusual detached property featured on TV’s popular property programme Grand Designs
5. Three bedroom house in Liverpool listed for sale in September for £40,000
Great value: The price of this family home is about the same as a deposit on an average property
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