Rightmove’s five most viewed houses for sale include Robbie Williams’ 7-bed mansion

Table of Contents 7-bed mansion in Wiltshire – £6,750,000 6-bed townhouse in Glasgow – £1,500,000

The countryside mansion owned by the Rock DJ singer is a seven-bedroom period Wiltshire home surrounded by 70 acres of land in the Cotswolds and is the most viewed on Rightmove

The stunning mansion owned by Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda

The five most viewed properties on Rightmove have been revealed – and one of them belongs to Robbie Williams.

The countryside mansion owned by the Rock DJ singer is a seven-bedroom period Wiltshire home surrounded by 70 acres of land in the Cotswolds.

But as you’d imagine, a property this stunning has a price tag to match – it’ll cost the new owner an eye-watering £6,750,000.

You can see pictures from inside the seriously impressive home below.

The former Take That star and his wife Ayda put their Compton Bassett house up for sale in September this year – but it hasn’t sold just yet.

Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda


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Also on the list of most looked at properties is a six-bedroom town house in Glasgow and a seven-bed estate in Hampshire.

Rightmove property expert Tim Bannister said: “From Robbie Williams’ Wiltshire mansion, to a sprawling estate in the heart of the Cotswold’s, Britain’s fascination with amazing homes continues.

“Interestingly, alongside the extraordinary look and feel of all these properties, they are all also set in a variety of beautiful, scenic locations – from the suburbs of Glasgow down to the countryside of Hampshire.”

7-bed mansion in Wiltshire – £6,750,000

This countryside property is fit for a celeb



This seven-bed mansion owned by Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda is the most viewed property on Rightmove.

It comes with a swimming pool, sauna, steam room, gym, tennis courts and beautiful gardens.

In putting the home up for sale, Robbie and his wife Ayda said: “Compton Bassett House is most definitely a family friendly house that deserves to have much more laughter and joy within its beautiful walls.

The mansion is on the market for £6,750,000



“We hope the incoming purchaser will enjoy just as much as we have.”

6-bed townhouse in Glasgow – £1,500,000

This Glasgow property will set you back £1,500,000

The next most viewed property is this architecturally unique townhouse that is nestled within a suburb in Glasgow.

It features stained-glass windows and doors, stone pillars and geo-metric ceilings are all part of what sets this property apart

It has stained-glass windows and doors

The home was re-designed in 1900, around 30 years after its original construction, is an A listed property and also features on the Scottish monuments list.

7-bed estate in Hampshire – £15, 000,000

This is the most expensive home on the list with an asking price of £15,000,000

A staggering 118 acres of natural beauty surround this beautiful estate in the heart of Hampshire, close to the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

In addition to period features of this 17th century home, it boasts modern features such as a high-tech security and sound system.

But it does come with a gorgeous courtyard swimming pool

The lucky new owner will also get a swimming pool, tennis court and more for the price.

6-bed estate in Wiltshire – £7,500,000

The last time this property went on sale was in 1949

This impressive 11-bedroom Grade II listed home has just gone on the market for the first time since 1949.

It is perfect for those inspired to take on a renovation project, as the estate also includes a separate annex, lodge cottage and farmhouse, with potential to be incorporated into the main house.

The inside is simply breathtaking

And for history buffs, this estate has a long history as it was originally gifted to a Benedictine monastery in the 12th Century.

5-bed detac hed house in West Sussex – £765,000

We love this unusual triangle house

This bizarre but striking Scandinavian style home is triangular in shape and was designed by Italian architect Antonio Parella.

It is one of only three in the UK and each room has a different shape.

The inside is incredibly modern with a Scandinavian theme

Just some of the gorgeous features in this unique property include floor to ceiling windows, pine walls and wood-burning stoves.

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