The most popular homes for sale overseas that Britons have browsing have been revealed, and they all boast multi-million pound price tags.
The mega-expensive homes can be found on the overseas section of Britain’s biggest property website Rightmove, and surprisingly considering Britons’ love of European holiday homes, four out of the five are in the USA.
The exception is a property on the Spanish island of Mallorca, although the chic modern property could easily be something from the Californian hills or straight out of Netflix‘s Selling Sunset.
Dream overseas properties: The most viewed homes for sale overseas have been revealed by property website Rightmove, including this Florida home (pictured also below)
The prices of the properties range from the most expensive at £36million to the cheapest at just shy of £4million.
Rightmove’s Tim Bannister said: ‘Travelling abroad has been restricted for quite some time now, but these measures haven’t stopped the British public from scrolling online to discover their favourite European villas and American mansions.
‘There remains a huge appetite to view stunning overseas homes and this round-up includes a bulletproof New York fortress and a wonderful home on the south west coast of Mallorca.’
We take a look inside each of the properties and what they have to offer affluent homebuyers – or those without deep pockets who are just dreaming of living in a luxury home.
The five most viewed homes for sale overseas…
1. Six-bed mansion, Florida, $22.9million or £16.5million
The most popular overseas home for sale is a waterside home in Florida’s Miami, which is being sold for £16,449,527 via estate agents Savills
The luxury property in Miami boasts an outdoor swimming pool, and has a private dock that can accommodate a 100ft yacht
Peace and quiet: The waterfront property has six bedrooms, with views across of Biscayne bay and Smugglers Cove
The most popular overseas home for sale is a waterside home in Florida, with an eight-figure price tag.
The Miami mansion in South Mashta Drive has six-bedrooms and a price of $22,900,000, or £16,449,527, with estate agents Savills handling the sale.
It boasts views of Biscayne bay and Smugglers Cove, and has a private dock that can accommodate a 100ft yacht.
The property also has a koi fish pond, a waterfront summer kitchen, a cinema room, and an outdoor swimming pool.
2. Six-bed townhouse, New York, $50million or £36million
Urban living: This modern New York townhouse is for sale for $50,000, or £36,004,000 and is being sold via estate agents Sphere
The house has a curved glass façade, which is bulletproof – offering a high level of security and protection for its new owners
The townhouse also has a private roof terrace with 360-degree views across the stunning New York skyline
The second most viewed homes for sale overseas is a New York townhouse with more bathrooms than bedrooms – a sure sign that you will need deep pockets to buy it.
Indeed, with its eight bathrooms and six bedrooms, the property is the most expensive in this list of most viewed homes for sale overseas. It has an asking price of $50,000,000, or £36,004,000, and is being sold via estate agents Sphere.
Perhaps the East 64th Street property’s most impressive feature is the curved glass façade, which is bulletproof – offering a high level of protection for its owners.
The townhouse also has a private roof terrace with 360-degree views across the city’s skyline.
3. Nine-bed house, Camp de Mar, Mallorca, €15million or £13million ($18.2million)
This £13million property on the south west side of Mallorca is being sold by estate agents Kensington International
Selling Sunset? There is an outdoor swimming pool area and direct access to the sea at the property in Camp de Mar
Inside, there are massive floor-to-ceiling doors and windows that mean the chic property is flooded with light
This £13million house on the south west side of Mallorca is a modern design, reminiscent of a home you’d expect to see on a Californian hill, or featured on an episode of Netflix’s Selling Sunset.
Almost every room of the nine-bedroom villa in Andratx has an amazing view of the sea, and the massive floor-to-ceiling windows mean it is flooded with light.
It has not one but two swimming pools, and is being sold for €15million, or £13,103,850, the equivalent of $18.2million, via estate agents Kensington International.
4. Six-bed ranch, California, $39,995,000 or £28.8million
For horse fans: This Californian equestrian ranch includes a six-bedroom house and extends across more than 4,600 acres
The property is being sold via estate agents American Farm & Ranch and is on the market for $39,995,000 or £28,799,599
Stunning riding facilities: The name of the property is Rancho Latigo and it includes a beautiful 11-stall barn
This Californian equestrian ranch includes a six-bedroom house and extends across more than 4,600 acres.
It is called Rancho Latigo and is being sold for £28,799,599 via estate agents American Farm & Ranch.
The stunning property in Santa Ynez also boasts a helipad, making it easily accessible to Los Angeles.
5. Five-bed townhouse, New York, $5.5million or £3.96million
Cheapest on the list: This Manhattan property is being sold via estate agents Savills and has a price tag of $5.5million or £3,960,440
The property is currently arranged as three separate flats, but it could possibly be turned into a single family home
Some of the areas of the property require updating, but this double bedroom has a deep paint colour and is ready to move into
The final property on the list of most viewed homes overseas is the least expensive, although still aspirational for most due to the £3,960,440 price tag.
The Manhattan property is being sold via estate agents Savills and is currently arranged as three separate flats, some areas of which require updating.
The property is in a tree-lined road called Bedford Street and could be converted into a single family home.