Data from the property website has revealed the most desirable properties that house hunters had their eyes on as a late Christmas gift.
The second most viewed home in the UK was a period property full of character in Paisley, Renfrewshire.
Balgonie House, which is sandwiched in-between the town centre and the Gleniffer Braes, is available to pick up for offers over £995,000.
The brickwork and classical features of the home give it a “sense of history and luxury”, Rightmove have said.
Visitors are greeted with a regal entrance and sitting room, and each apparently in this nine bedroom property has its own unique character.
The home has two acres of gardens and is behind a wall of grand trees, giving residents space and privacy.
Property hunters also had their eye on an idyllic cottage in Loch Lomond, which is available for offers over £300,000.
The picturesque cottage is situated in village in Luss on the bank of Loch Lomond – making it the perfect location for anyone looking for peace, quiet and some stunning views.
Inside of the property contains a range of features designed to give it a sense of warmth and comfort, including a spacious kitchen and large open fireplace.
The home is situated near the world-famous Loch Lomond golf club, alongside plenty of amenities and loch-side walking routes.
Speaking on the top viewed properties, Rightmove’s Property Expert Tim Bannister said: “The festive season is always a great time for property lovers across Great Britain to browse some of the most amazing homes on the market, often in anticipation of their own new year move.
“The most viewed homes over this year’s Christmas holidays are filled with both character and modern features, from the impressive Balgonie House in Paisley to a contemporary pad in Plymouth.”
The remaining three top viewed homes in the UK were an An award-winning home in Lytham St Annes in Lancashire, a stylish pad in Sheffield and a modern masterpiece in Plymouth.
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