Sorry, David. I started my reply an hour ago but was interrupted, so once again we are writing at cross-purposes. Or are we? I don't really think my reply disagrees with yours.
You bring up an interesting point, though. Does "finding something attractive" necessarily mean that you are physically attracted to it? Or can it mean, as I think it can, that it attracts your attention?
Certainly, some women are beautiful (Emily Ratajkowski, for example), some are pretty (Jaclyn Smith), and some are cute (Valerie Bertinelli). Some women transcend these boundaries. Emma Hamilton, for example, is both pretty and beautiful, but I would hesitate to call her cute. Odette Annable can be all three. I would say that all of these women are attractive.
I think I found Lorraine attractive more for her artistry and intellect than anything about her physical appearance, so "beautiful and attractive" is not necessarily redundant. However, beauty need not be physical. There is such a thing as beauty of spirit.
And what if I say that my sister is beautiful? That certainly wouldn't mean that I am "attracted" to her in any carnal sense, even though I might be able to appreciate the way she looks.
If I want to own it, does this have the similar meaning that I am attracted by it?
Novice, your user name doesn't give me any clue as to whether you are a man or a woman. That's none of my business, really, unless you choose to make it so.
Regardless, think about your question. If, in your opinion, a certain woman is beautiful, does that mean that you are attracted to her? And if this is true, does that mean that you want to own her?