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Properties of the week: Grade II homes for under £1m

Featuring walk-in wardrobes, woodburning stoves and a flagstoned entrance hall

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Herefordshire: £800,000

Herefordshire

The Old Priory, Titley, Kington

This fine Grade II house, believed to have origins in the 15th century, has been beautifully restored. Main suite with walk-in wardrobe, guest suite, 2 further beds, family bath, kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room with original inglenook and woodburning stove, dining room with exposed timbers, hall, study, utility, cloakroom, store rooms, office, barn, garage, carport, large gardens, secluded courtyard.

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Cornwall: offers in region of £950,000

Cornwall

4 Albert Place, St Ives

A Grade II town house with panoramic views over the harbour, St Ives Bay and far along the north Cornish coast. Main suite with sea-facing balcony, 2 further beds, family bath, kitchen/breakfast room with Aga, 2 receps, utility/WC, cellar/office, roof terrace, front and rear garden, parking, garage. OIRO £950,000; Lillicrap Chilcott

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Hampshire: £795,000

Hampshire

Farm Cottage, Monxton, Andover

Originally 3 cottages, this Grade II thatched house has many original period features, including exposed beams, a large inglenook, and the original fireplace with bread oven in the dining room. Main bed with dressing room/bed 5, 3 further beds, 2 baths, kitchen/breakfast room, recep hall, 2 further receps, study, utility, cloakroom with WC, pretty gardens, southwest-facing courtyard, 2-storey detached barn with potential for conversion, ample parking. 

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Cornwall: £950,000

Cornwall

Venton Vaise, Callestick

A Grade II farmhouse with a wealth of character, on the fringe of the pretty hamlet of Callestick, in a sheltered valley between the dramatic north Cornish coast and Truro. The accommodation is laid out with a bedroom on the lower-ground floor, which could be converted into a self-contained flat. 5 beds, 2 baths, kitchen/breakfast room, 2 receps, flagstoned entrance hall, utility, porch/boot room, garage, parking, lake, woodland, 7 acres.

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Devon: £599,950

Devon

1 Ebberley Lawn, Barnstaple

An elegant Georgian Grade II town house with many original features, on a private square with communal central gardens. 5 beds, family bath, kitchen/breakfast room, 2 receps, 2 utilities, 2 WCs, garage, parking, studio, workshop, garden.

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Devon: £850,000

Devon

Tumbly, Holne, Newton Abbot, Dartmoor

An outstanding home designed by a pupil of Edwin Lutyens, set above the Dart Valley with outstanding views across to Sharp Tor. Main suite, guest suite, 1 further bed, shower, kitchen/breakfast room with Aga, 2 receps, reading room, terrace, 2 garages, former stables, garden store, lovely gardens and grounds, 1.6 acres.

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Somerset: £800,000-£850,000

Scottish Borders

Lambrook House, East Lambrook, South Petherton

Dating from the 16th century, this fine Grade II village house requires general improvement. 6 beds, family bath, shower, 2 WCs, kitchen, 2 receps, study, studio, hall, larder, utility, attic, stores, garage, outbuilding, annexe/library with studio potential, garden, 0.4 acres.

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London: £1m

London

Arbour Square, Stepney, Tower Hamlets E1

This Grade II three-storey terraced town house has a full rear kitchen extension and has been refurbished throughout, with many original features restored. Arbour Square Gardens is set within a Conservation Area and is located under half a mile from Limehouse Station and Shadwell, with Whitechapel and Stepney Green stations just over half a mile’s walk. First floor main suite, 2 further beds, family bath, kitchen, 2 receps, WC, west-facing garden.

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London: £485,000

London

Goldsmiths Buildings, Acton W3

A Georgian terraced house in a gated development, part of the historic Grade II almshouse, built in 1811, with expansive landscaped gardens. 1 bed, 1 bath, kitchen leading onto a private patio garden overlooking the communal gardens, recep with original fireplace.

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