#10 – 100 Highfield Lane – 17,501
Selling in no time at all, which is hardly surprising. This completely modernised 3 bedroom period townhouse received 17,501 views on social media in its first week of marketing and was taken off the market shortly after.
#9 – 3 Stable Cottages – 19,766
There was something very charming about this beautiful 3 bedroom cottage in Lower Lumsdale, but the timing it hit the market was fantastic. Buyer’s priorities changed in 2020 and countryside retreats became within the most desired properties. 3 Stable Cottages picked 19,766 social media views within its first week on the market and sold within days.
#8 – 34 Ashover Road – 19,956
There was something special about this pretty stone cottage in Old Tupton and you guys clearly thought so too. Gaining nearly 20,000 social media views online in the first week and selling fantastically quickly.
#7 – 48 Storforth Lane Terrace – 21,389
Some homes give us little opportunity to capture that winning “instagrammable” shot and others give us lots. 48 Storforth Lane was the latter, with meticulous design everywhere you looked, it’s no surprise this home had a fight for it and was viewed 21,389 times on social media in the first week of marketing.
#6 – The Uplands – 24,677
The Uplands was a once-in-a-lifetime kind of property, amazing location, stunning gated grounds and beautifully styled throughout. It is hardly surprising this outstanding countryside home made it into our top 10 most viewed with nearly 25k social media views in the first week of marketing.
#5 Lodge Farm – 26,098
Lodge Farm was quite special. A unique property in the respect it was completely modernised within this stunning setting but so close to commuter links and local shops. It really pulled on the heart strings of you lot and clocked up 26,098 social media views within the first week it was on the market.
#4 – Walnut Barn – 28,447
Is is no wonder this home is so high up this list, it was not only beautiful and in the most picturesque location, but the detail that went into its renovation was simply outstanding, and gave us a chance for some cool shots! Coming in at number 4 with 28,447 views on social media in the first week of marketing.
#3 – 3 Lutyens Court – 28,468
Homes like this rarely come on the market and when they do, it’s no surprise they get views. From every angle it’s jaw-dropping, the space was amazing and the location is hugely desirable. Receiving 28,468 social media views online in the first week of marketing.
#2 – 661 Chatsworth Road – 34,211
Like a stylish 1930’s show home paired with your favourite family member’s house you just don’t want to leave. There was something incredibly warming about this home, from its flawless Farrow & Ball decor to its timeless design and effortlessly pretty exterior. You loved this house from the day it went live and it received 34,211 social media views online in the first week.
#1 – 35 Slayley View Road – 38,090
This home was one of the first houses to hit the market as the stamp duty holiday was put into action at a price that benefited from that saving hugely, but not only that, it was like nothing else on the market, a rare find. Just minutes from Sheffield, £500k seems like quite a bargain for this home when you consider it has a bar, a cinema room, its own gym, snooker room, a double garage, amazing work from home space and 4 good sized bedrooms. For us, each property’s marketing requirements are different and need to be tailored to achieve the best possible results, this home was targeted at the Sheffield audience and topped the 2020 chart with over 38k views on social media in the first week!