Property website Rightmove have revealed the most viewed homes in the UK for 2023 and two London-based properties have made the list. 

The list includes the likes of a Grade I-listed mansion costing £75m in Buckinghamshire to a castle for £2.75m in Newcastle.

Describing the list, Rightmove’s property expert, Tim Bannister, said: “Home-hunters have taken a look inside some of the grandest homes on the market during their search this year, with unique features ranging from a home gym and swimming pool to a library and even a temperature controlled wine cellar.”

Among the list is an impressive St Pancras penthouse and a breathtaking mansion on the grounds of Eltham Palace in London that you can take a look inside.

East London Advertiser: The living room in the St Pancras home.The living room in the St Pancras home. (Image: Rightmove)

Inside London's most viewed homes on Rightmove

Starting with the St Pancras Chambers penthouse, it has to be seen to be believed.

You can see the full listing now on Rightmove

Costing an eyewatering £9,950,000 the penthouse spans 6000sq ft with three bedrooms and was designed by George Gilbert Scott.

East London Advertiser: The bar.The bar. (Image: Rightmove)

The penthouse is the main one-of-its-kind at St. Pancras Chambers and offers one of the most dramatic living spaces you could imagine.

With stunning Victorian exposed beams, you get high ceilings like no other and rooms built for entertaining, including a TV area, games room, dining room and a space just for music.

East London Advertiser: The bedroom.The bedroom. (Image: Rightmove)

Away from the penthouse itself, you of course get access to the facilities of St Pancras Chambers which include a a private members club, gym and spa, two parking spaces and 24-hour security as well as direct access to St Pancras station.

East London Advertiser: The living room in the Victorian Villa. The living room in the Victorian Villa. (Image: Rightmove)

The second London property named on Rightmove most viewed in 2023, is a Victorian Villa that's set on the Royal grounds of Eltham Palace.

You can see the full listing now on Rightmove

East London Advertiser: The second living room.The second living room. (Image: Rightmove)

Known as Mottisfont Hall, the home was built in 1860 and spans 130,000 sq ft with another acre of land and will cost you £6,500,000.

Inside, the property homes 10-11 bedrooms, five to seven reception rooms, eight bathrooms, three large win cellars, two balconies and a cinema room.

East London Advertiser: The garden room.The garden room. (Image: Rightmove)

Plus, five of the bedrooms have en-suites along with a separate servant's stairway and entrance, a gym, sauna and snooker room, a 25m underground swimming pool and a jacuzzi.

If that wasn't enough, there is also a self-contained cottage that could be made into two apartments.

The home's design is breathtaking, as estate agent Knight Frank described the property as having a "feeling of grandeur."