In the past year we as a nation have become more obsessed with property than ever.
The various lockdowns meant that people reassessed their own housing situation, people had to renovate, expand and even move due to the new way of life.
Over this time, real estate sites like Rightmove have grown in popularity with people searching endlessly for homes for sale in the Greater Manchester real estate market.
Among those currently looking for a home and others just browsing to pass the time, there are certain properties that have received many views over the year.
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From a 12 bed villa in Sale to a Beetham Tower apartment, these are the most viewed homes in Greater Manchester in 2021.
Carrwood Road, Stockport
This incredible Stockport mansion was Greater Manchester’s Most Viewed House on Rightmove this year.
The £ 4.75 million mansion has a leisure suite with a swimming pool and hot tub and a cinema room.
It also has a separate one bedroom annex for additional living space.
Ellenbrook Road, Worsley
Two separate houses make up this property in Worsley, which was hit a lot in 2021.]
Buyers will acquire both Lion House and Oakmond House for £ 4.5 million.
The four-bed Lion House has a cinema room as the centerpiece of the house, complete with an atmospheric starlight ceiling, electric recycling chairs, and a unique wall of grass that originated in the United States.
It also has its own custom-made bar with a karaoke machine.
Oakmond House consists of three bedrooms with a large open kitchen, living and dining area and a stunning mezzanine level overlooking the gardens.
There is also a game room and a master bedroom with a dressing room.
Marsland Road, Sale
This characterful single-family house in Sale is also one of the most-viewed houses in the region.
Brooklands Lodge is a historic residence with a whopping 12 bedrooms, most with en suite bathrooms.
The property offers a lot of living space in a modern kitchen, a dining room, a separate lounge with bay window and a large garden.
Woodstock Drive, Worsley
At £ 1 million, this home is the cheapest on the list, but it’s no surprise it has drawn a lot of attention.
The futuristic family home was designed by award-winning architects and is located on one of Worsley’s most desirable streets.
Some of the incredible features of the homes include a two-level lobby, open plan living area with a designer fitted kitchen, raised lounge area, and stairs that lead to a game room in the basement.
Despite being one of the most viewed homes of the year, it has yet to be bought.
Walkden Road, Worsley
This huge eight bed mansion in Salford was also popular with apartment hunters this year.
The dream home is on the market for £ 2.2 million and has its own gym, sauna and swimming pool.
There are eight double rooms on four floors, including a stand-alone apartment with two beds, and nine bathrooms.
Beetham Tower, Deansgate
An apartment in one of the city’s high-rise apartment buildings has attracted many glances all year round.
The apartment in the Beetham Tower extends over three floors with four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The modernized house also has a large open kitchen-living room, spacious walk-in closets, an office and a covered balcony with an incomparable view of the city center.