Properties of the week: eight Georgian gems on the market
Featuring a windmill dating back to 1822 and a home owned by the Duke of Devonshire in the 1800s
Eccles Hall, Tideswell
Owned by the Duke of Devonshire in the 1800s, this early-Georgian property boasts high ceilings and large sash windows, and the sitting room retains all of the original oak panelling. Main suite, 6/7 further beds (1 en suite), 2 baths, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, 4 receps, gardens, coach house, double garage.
Mossknowe House, Kirkpatrick-Fleming, Lockerbie
Dumfries & Galloway: £1.5m
An impressive early-Georgian mansion set in spectacular gardens within some 40 acres. 7 suites, 2 further beds, 2 baths, kitchen, dining room, 5 receps, stables, gardens.
Barn Hill, Stamford
A charming Grade II Georgian town house mentioned by Pevsner. 2 suites, 3 further beds, family bath, kitchen, 2 receps, workshop/garden building, walled garden.
Balgownie Mansion House, Culross
This Georgian property is set in 4.4 acres. Main suite, 7 further beds (1 en suite), family bath, 3 showers, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, 4 receps, gym.
Knuzden Hall, Oswaldtwistle
This delightful Grade II Georgian property retains many period features. Main suite, 3/4 further beds, family bath, kitchen/dining room, 2 receps, garden house/office, garage, garden.
The Windmill, York
Dating back to 1822, this is one of the most complete windmills still extant in the country. Main suite, 3 further beds (1 en suite), kitchen/breakfast room, library, sitting room, 2 further receps, potting shed, carport.
Pleasant Harbour, Bewdley
Glenhurst is a historic Grade II property with impressive Georgian proportions. 5 beds, 3 baths, shower, kitchen/breakfast room, 3 receps, separate 2-bed coach house, walled garden, workshop, gardens.
Gamul Place, Chester
This elegant red-brick Georgian town house includes a courtyard garden and is close to the city centre. Main suite, 4 further beds, 3 baths, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, 1 further recep, study.