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Most viewed homes on Rightmove include Bob Dylan’s £3m Scottish manor

The most viewed homes online this summer have been revealed, and they include homes to suit a range of budgets and tastes.

The asking prices of the five most viewed homes on Rightmove in July range from a £295,000 terrace to a £6million country estate owned by singer Bob Dylan.

The cheapest property in the list is the £295,000 terrace in Shropshire that looks nothing out of the ordinary from the outside – but step inside and a surprise awaits.

The list of most viewed properties for sale online include a £6million country estate owned by singer Bob Dylan and his brother (scroll down for more details) The list of most viewed properties for sale online include a £6million country estate owned by singer Bob Dylan and his brother (scroll down for more details)

The list of most viewed properties for sale online include a £6million country estate owned by singer Bob Dylan and his brother (scroll down for more details)

The Shropshire terrace is a homage to its former eccentric artist owner, who carved the sandstone cellars to create a medieval themed banqueting hall with pillars.

Tim Bannister, of Rightmove, said: ‘From historical estates to homes with inspired design features, it’s clear to see why these properties have caught the eye of home-hunters this summer.’

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Five most viewed homes for sale online… 

1. Two-bed terrace, Bridgnorth, £295,000

The most viewed property online this summer is in Shropshire's Bridgnorth and it looks like a standard brick terrace property from the outside The most viewed property online this summer is in Shropshire's Bridgnorth and it looks like a standard brick terrace property from the outside

The most viewed property online this summer is in Shropshire’s Bridgnorth and it looks like a standard brick terrace property from the outside

The interior is a homage to its former owner, the eccentric artist Antony Dracup who lived at the property between 1980 and 2000 The interior is a homage to its former owner, the eccentric artist Antony Dracup who lived at the property between 1980 and 2000

The interior is a homage to its former owner, the eccentric artist Antony Dracup who lived at the property between 1980 and 2000

The two-bedroom property is on Railway Street and is being sold by Berriman Eaton estate agents with a price tag of £295,000 The two-bedroom property is on Railway Street and is being sold by Berriman Eaton estate agents with a price tag of £295,000

The two-bedroom property is on Railway Street and is being sold by Berriman Eaton estate agents with a price tag of £295,000

Antony Dracup spent years carving into the sandstone cellars to create a medieval themed banqueting hall with pillars Antony Dracup spent years carving into the sandstone cellars to create a medieval themed banqueting hall with pillars

Antony Dracup spent years carving into the sandstone cellars to create a medieval themed banqueting hall with pillars

The property has a quirky interior and is currently run as a successful holiday let business The property has a quirky interior and is currently run as a successful holiday let business

 The property has a quirky interior and is currently run as a successful holiday let business

The most viewed property online this summer is in Shropshire’s Bridgnorth and it looks like a standard brick terrace property from the outside.

But step inside and the unique interior is described by the estate agent handling the sale as a ‘museum’.

The interior is a homage to its former owner, the eccentric artist Antony Dracup, who lived at the property between 1980 and 2000.

The agent explained: ‘While living in the cottage, Antony Dracup created what can only be described as a ‘film set’ themed around Alice In Wonderland, not only using his art, but also years of carving into the sandstone cellars to create a medieval themed banqueting hall with pillars.’

The two-bedroom property is on Railway Street and is being sold by Berriman Eaton estate agents with a price tag of £295,000.

2. Sixteen-bed manor house, Scottish Highlands, £3m

This sixteen-bedroom property for sale in the Scottish Highlands was built in the early 1990s This sixteen-bedroom property for sale in the Scottish Highlands was built in the early 1990s

This sixteen-bedroom property for sale in the Scottish Highlands was built in the early 1990s

The property was bought by the singer Bob Dylan and his younger brother in 2006 for £2.2million The property was bought by the singer Bob Dylan and his younger brother in 2006 for £2.2million

The property was bought by the singer Bob Dylan and his younger brother in 2006 for £2.2million

Seventeen years later, it is back on the market via Knight Frank estate agents with a price tag of £3million Seventeen years later, it is back on the market via Knight Frank estate agents with a price tag of £3million

Seventeen years later, it is back on the market via Knight Frank estate agents with a price tag of £3million

This sixteen-bedroom property in the Scottish Highlands was built in the early 1990s and was bought by the singer Bob Dylan and his younger brother in 2006 for £2.2million.

Seventeen years later, it is back on the market via Knight Frank estate agents with a price tag of £3million.

The Edwardian mansion is called Aultmore House and has six bedrooms as well as 25 acres of land, sitting outside the village of Nethy Bridge.

Outside, the property has a Victorian greenhouse, a fountain, along with a croquet lawn.

The property was bought as a base but has not been used in recent years, which is the reason behind the sale, according to the estate agent.

3. Eight-bed country house, Wymondham, £5.25m

This 35-acre country estate in the Norfolk market town of Wymondham is being sold by Strutt & Parker estate agents for £5.25million This 35-acre country estate in the Norfolk market town of Wymondham is being sold by Strutt & Parker estate agents for £5.25million

This 35-acre country estate in the Norfolk market town of Wymondham is being sold by Strutt & Parker estate agents for £5.25million

The property is called Stanfield Hall and was built in 1792, with an elaborate interior The property is called Stanfield Hall and was built in 1792, with an elaborate interior

The property is called Stanfield Hall and was built in 1792, with an elaborate interior

There is an indoor swimming pool with a vaulted ceiling and doors opening out onto the garden There is an indoor swimming pool with a vaulted ceiling and doors opening out onto the garden

There is an indoor swimming pool with a vaulted ceiling and doors opening out onto the garden

There is a grand staircase at Stanfield Hall, with an impressive ceiling and decorated walls There is a grand staircase at Stanfield Hall, with an impressive ceiling and decorated walls

There is a grand staircase at Stanfield Hall, with an impressive ceiling and decorated walls

This 35-acre country estate in the Norfolk market town of Wymondham is a Grade II listed property with a rich history.

It is called Stanfield Hall and was built in 1792, set within a medieval moat. 

In 1848, the Hall was the scene of a double murder when James Blomfield Rush shot and killed Isaac Jermy and his son, and badly injured his wife and maid.

Rush was later hanged at Norwich Castle, reportedly in front of a crowd of at least 12,000 people.

The property is being sold by Strutt & Parker estate agents for £5.25million. The sale includes a separate two-bedroom cottage in the grounds.

4. Seven-bed house, Burnside, £895,000

This seven-bedroom house in Glasgow's Burnside is on the market for £895,000 via estate agents Pacitti Jones This seven-bedroom house in Glasgow's Burnside is on the market for £895,000 via estate agents Pacitti Jones

This seven-bedroom house in Glasgow’s Burnside is on the market for £895,000 via estate agents Pacitti Jones

The property is accessed via a sweeping driveway and retains plenty of period features inside The property is accessed via a sweeping driveway and retains plenty of period features inside

The property is accessed via a sweeping driveway and retains plenty of period features inside

Outside, there is a large garden with a raised entertaining area, palm trees and a water feature Outside, there is a large garden with a raised entertaining area, palm trees and a water feature

Outside, there is a large garden with a raised entertaining area, palm trees and a water feature

This seven-bedroom house in Glasgow’s Burnside has been owned by the same family since the early 1930s.

The estate agent handling the sale is Pacitti Jones, which claims that it was one of the first ever house to be built in the Burnside area.

The property is set back from the road and accessed via a sweeping driveway with views of Glasgow city.

Outside, there is a large garden with a raised entertaining area, palm trees and a clam-inducing water feature.

Inside, features include a sauna as well as a south-facing sun lounge. The property is on the market for £895,000.

5. Eight-bed house, Edinburgh, £6m

This eight-bedroom house in Edinburgh has a price tag of £6million and is being sold by Rettie & Co estate agents This eight-bedroom house in Edinburgh has a price tag of £6million and is being sold by Rettie & Co estate agents

This eight-bedroom house in Edinburgh has a price tag of £6million and is being sold by Rettie & Co estate agents

The house has been beautifully restored during the past 14 years and retains many original features The house has been beautifully restored during the past 14 years and retains many original features

The house has been beautifully restored during the past 14 years and retains many original features

The family property has the appeal of an adventure playground complete with a zipwire The family property has the appeal of an adventure playground complete with a zipwire

The family property has the appeal of an adventure playground complete with a zipwire

Other modern additions include this hot tub, as well as a summerhouse in the garden Other modern additions include this hot tub, as well as a summerhouse in the garden

Other modern additions include this hot tub, as well as a summerhouse in the garden

The final house in our list is also the most expensive. It is an eight-bedroom house in Edinburgh that dates back to the 1600s and has a price tag of £6million.

It has been beautifully restored during the past 14 years and retains many original features, including some turrets.

Modern additions include a hot tub and summerhouse in the garden, including an adventure playground complete with a zipwire.

The property is called Woodhall House and it is being sold by Rettie & Co estate agents.

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