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Best properties: delightful town houses

Nine impressive properties from Winchester to Woodstock

1

1 Royal Crescent, Ramsgate

1 Royal Crescent, Ramsgate

Kent: £895,000

A substantial property, set over five floors, situated in a superb location overlooking Ramsgate Harbour, with views down the Kent coast to the Goodwin Sands and France. The property, which is Grade II-listed, has been extensively modernised and renovated by the present owner. Main suite, 4 further beds, family bath, shower, well-equipped kitchen, sitting room with doors onto the balcony, stairwell, allocated parking, communal gardens.

2

15 St James Terrace, Winchester

15 St James Terrace, Winchester

Hampshire: £1.595m

Set over four floors, this elegant Grade II town house has a wealth of restored period features – from shuttered sash windows to exposed floorboards. Main bed with balcony, 4 further beds, family bath, kitchen/breakfast room, 3 receps, garden room, 2 WCs, utility, garden, parking.

3

Badgers Hall, Chipping Camden

Badgers Hall, Chipping Camden

Gloucestershire: £1.15m

Currently used as a very successful tea room and guest house, Badgers Hall is a Grade II* building set on the High Street in the heart of Chipping Camden, offering an exciting business premises or family home (subject to the necessary planning consents). 5 suites, kitchen, tea room/sitting room, 2 further receps, store/ utility, courtyard garden.

4

Redcliffe House, Henley-on-Thames

Redcliffe House, Henley-on-Thames

Oxfordshire: £2.5m

An impressive Grade II double-fronted period property, renovated by the current owners to a very high standard, in the centre of Henley. 4 beds, family bath, shower, kitchen, 4 receps, cloakroom, walled garden, terrace. 

5

8 St Martins, Marlborough

8 St Martins, Marlborough

Wiltshire: £675,000

This Grade II town house, arranged over four floors, has been the subject of extensive refurbishment, sympathetically restoring period features with a contemporary twist. Second-floor main suite, 3 further beds, family bath, kitchen, 2 receps, snug, cloakroom, basement, walled courtyard garden, on-street parking.

6

Fox House, Oxford Street, Woodstock

Fox House, Oxford Street, Woodstock

Oxfordshire: £2.25m

A historic Grade II Georgian town house in the heart of Woodstock, with lovely gardens, a separate cottage, a studio, and garaging for several cars. 4 beds, 2 baths/showers, kitchen/breakfast room, recep hall with c.1750 panelled staircase, 2 further receps, garden room, larder, cloakroom, cellars, landing, lift, 1-bed detached cottage, 1-bed 2-storey flat, 5-car garage, private parking, gardens, substantial greenhouse.

7

Eastway House, Blandford Forum

Eastway House, Blandford Forum

Dorset: £975,000

An impressive and historically important Grade II* Georgian town house with secluded walled garden, centrally located within this market town. Main suite, 5 further beds, family bath, kitchen/breakfast room, 2 receps, snug/music room, study, garden room/rear hall, cellar, cloakroom, walled garden, potting shed, brick summer house, 2 garages, parking.

8

Saltgate House, Beccles

Saltgate House, Beccles

Suffolk: £600,000-£650,000

This Grade II town house is located in the centre of this busy market town, on the historic Saltgate, close to the church. With four bed suites, it has been run recently as a bed and breakfast. 4 suites, 2 further beds on the second floor, together with a family bath, 30ft-long kitchen, entrance hall, rear hall, 2 receps, snug, cloakroom, cellars, secluded courtyard garden, 2 off-road parking spaces to the rear, outbuilding.

9

54 Newington Green, N16

54 Newington Green, N16

London: £2.35m

A rarely available and imposing Grade I-listed property built in 1658. Steeped in history, the terraced house was occupied from 1758 by Dr Richard Price, who entertained two future American presidents here. 6 beds, family bath, kitchen/breakfast room, 2 receps, cellar, garden.

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