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Chestnut Cottage, Cambridge Road, Ugley, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, CM22 6HT

Ground Floor - Kitchen, Dining Room, Reception Room, Study, Bathroom with WC and wash basin

First - Two Bedrooms
Rear Garden
Off Street Parking
GUIDE PRICE:  £200,000+
Contact: Tel: 020 7344 2647

Hilston Park, Newcastle, Monmouth, Gwent, Wales, NP25 5NY

Formerly an Outdoor Education Centre, the Property provides 37 Room accommodation. Occupying Extensive Gardens and Grounds extending to approximately 5.61 Hectares (13.86 Acres)

Potential for Redevelopment and/or Alternative Uses, subject to consents
Close to the historic market town of Monmouth and the Wye Valley AONB
GUIDE PRICE: £800,000+
Contact: 0207 344 2694

Land at Ffrith, Brymbo, Near Wrexham, Clwyd

Extending to approximately 1.29 Hectares (3.19 Acres)
Currently Overgrown and mainly covered by Shrubs and Trees
Comprising part generally level Plateau and part sloping wooded Valley
Located in The Glascoed Valley

GUIDE PRICE: £15,000 - £25,000

Land at, Kites Nest & Wet Woods Little Common, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, TN39 4EY

A unique opportunity to purchase just under 12 acres of well established woodland adjacent to the village of Little Common, near Bexhill. The land is designated as an ancient woodland and purchasers may consider this as an opportunity to protect the area or use as a community facility.

Guide Price: £135,000 *PLUS FEES
Contact: Tel: 01702 311010

The Old Chapel, 2a Stanways Road, Newquay, Cornwall

Guide Price: £250,000+

A Grade II Listed, five bedroom former chapel, offering reverse level accommodation and feature open plan living area, bedroom and bathroom to the first floor and four bedrooms, utility room and bathroom to the ground floor, with courtyard/parking area to the front of the property. Whilst the property would benefit from further renovation works, it offers tremendous potential to acquire a substantial character property within this sought after Cornish village.
Contact: 0151 207 6315


Guide price £1,500,000 | 7 bedrooms

Front Line Coastal Position
Detached Period Home
Prime Opportunity
Three Reception Rooms
Kitchens and Three Kitchenettes
Seven Bedrooms
Four Bathrooms
Gardens & Garage
Harrogate House stands majestically in an enviable front line position overlooking Queen Mary Gardens and Gyllyngvase Beach.
Contact: 01872 264488

Crab Mill Lane, Lea, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, SN16

Price: £1,325,000

This stunning former water mill is set upon Woodbridge Brook, which flows through the property and still turns the fabulous internal water wheel and gears (currently disabled).
 Entry to the mill house is at ground level into a wonderful reception hall housing the refurbished mill workings with a glassed panel providing a protected views of the water wheel. On this level is a cloakroom, a snug with staircase to one of the first floor bedrooms, and a boiler room and lovely garden room which has a fitted woodburner and French windows on to the garden. Both of these rooms are accessed over an ingenious glass walk-way which leads over the mill race. The large first floor landing still retains the mills three mill stones and on this level are five bedrooms, two shower rooms and a bathroom. On the upper level is an impressive 33ft drawing room with vaulted timber clad ceiling and far reaching dual aspects. Glazed doors open to a fantastic covered balcony providing views along the river and across to the 5 acre field and surrounding countryside. Double doors open from the drawing room to a generous dining room which also enjoys a dual aspect. The kitchen has been fitted with a good range of units, including integrated appliances, and space for a breakfast table. An adjacent utility room provides additional kitchen storage and workspace, and a cloakroom completes this level.
Outside To the rear of the property is a wonderful paved area and garden accessed from three external doors, and also from the gated side passage way. This area of garden provides a wonderful vantage point to view the mill stream and river beyond with a bridge linking these two areas of outdoor space. An area of river front land extends to some 0.7 acres, laid to lawn with some hard standing, in addition to a 4.8 acre field
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Property for sale in Beguildy, Knighton, Powys LD7

If you’re house hunting in Wales, UK, then this attractive timber cottage could well pique your interest. Sitting on over an acre of land in the beautiful village of Beguildy, Powys, the house offers stunning views over the Welsh countryside from almost every window. On the market with Prime Location for just $239,000
Plot 2 adjacent for sale planning agreed for 9 dwellings
The Town House is situated in the peaceful village of Beguildy which benefits from a Post Office/shop, well regarded pub and Church. The property is 8 miles north west of Knighton which has further amenities and schools.<br/><br/>The property benefits from an elevated position with stunning views. It is believed to be around 30 years since it was last lived in. It originally is believed to have been a coach house and over the years had uses as a residential home, holiday home and tea rooms.
The property now requires heavy refurbishment and is an exciting development opportunity. Subject to the necessary planning permissions and building regulations, it is believed that the property could be increased by 50% under permitted development status therefore taking the internal space to about 2,000 sq ft, creating a wonderful spacious home.
The property has off street parking, a Dutch barn (also having development potential, subject to the necessary planning permissions) and has about 1.1 Acres in total.
Price: £175k
Call +44 1584 539961

Chateau to renovate with land just 25 mins from Carcassonne

Château to renovate set on a nice ground of approx 3 acres, with a guardians' house and stables situated in a village near Montréal in the Aude. Montréal is a village with all amenities located at 20 minutes from Carcassonne and its international airport.

The two towers were built between 15/16th century and the main house 18th century, in 1759, by Count de Lautrec, baron of States, who was lord of the village. There's plenty of histroty for this former family estate now seeking a new owner ready and prepared to take on this serious challenge and opportunity. If you've been inspired by the Escape to the Chateau TV series, this could be the one.
The ground floor: 10 rooms offering 400 sqm of possible habitable space
The first floor: several rooms: offering 400 sqm of possible habitable space
Basement with cellars and old kitchen: again, of 400 sqm
Park of 3 acres
stables and guards house
Further info:éal-carcassonne-aude-occitanie/chateau/70592

55 km away from Vratsa, Bulgaria

Old country house with nice plot of land situated in a lively village near river 55 km away from Vratsa, Bulgaria. The property is located in a quiet area within the limits of the village in proximity to a small park. The property consists of an old house, summer kitchen (annex), big storage building and nice 1600 sq.m. plot of land. The attic space above is spacious enough, can be transformed into loft and can provide at least two additional rooms upstairs. The small annex at the back of the house holds two additional rooms. Next to it is the storage building which has two floors and is quite solid.
The house is located on a street with tarmac cover in good condition thus providing all year round access to the property. There is additional possibility to buy a small bit of about 1000 sq.m. of land and enlarge the garden. The area around is very quiet. The main street of the village is about 200 meters away. Nice, big river with lots of picnic sites, camping sites and fishing areas around it passes just outside the village.
About 25 km away to the north is The Danube river.
Contact: 00447865533281

15th-century chateau, Occitanie, France: €880,000 (£787k/$1m)

The ancient castle was largely rebuilt during the 16th-century and throughout history, numerous Kings and bishops stayed at the palace. With endless interior space, the chateau consists of two wings set around a courtyard, with four historic towers decorating each corner. The castle also comes with beautiful grounds. As well as its very own moat, which encircles the property, there’s also an impressive bridge and remnants of the original châtelet.
Throughout the property you’ll find plenty of dramatic period features, including stone staircases, 16th-century ceiling morals, ancient fireplaces and vaulted cloister-style spaces. There’s even a three-bedroom caretaker's house, where you could reside while renovations take place, and a chapel with 15th-century frescoes.
Available through Jonathan Charles for €880,000 (£787k/$1m)
Contact: +33 609 723 704

Tarn et Garonne, Occitanie, 45 minutes Toulouse. Historic listed ISMH Chateau for sale, originally built between the 15th and 16th centuries by a member of the court of Louis XI on the site of an even older Castle dating from the end of the 14th century. Largely rebuilt during the 16th century. Over the 16th and 17th centuries several Kings and bishops stayed in this wonderful place. During the 17th century it was adapted and redesigned.
The Castle which has 1,000m2 of space, consists of two wings set around a courtyard with four towers, one at each corner. The towers had their crowns removed during the revolution to the base of the machicolations.
An enchanting dry moat encircles the property. An impressive bridge over the moats leads between the two towers that are the remnants of the ancient Châtelet and leads to a pretty arched porch into the courtyard and the main entrance.
Ground Floor:
A large entrance hall with a stone staircase. The Main reception room of 110m2. Further living rooms of 31 and 45m2, a dining room of 44m2, Kitchen, 30m2 approx, Five large bedrooms, two of 37m2, 26m2, 24m2 and 14m2 respectively. Two bathrooms. Ceilings with some marvellous 16 and 17th century paintings.
First Floor: In need of total internal renovation with a total surface area in excess of 500m2. Monumental fireplaces. A Chapel which features amazing 15th century murals which are also listed.
Independent reception area, totally renovated, comprising a magnificent vaulted room of about 200m2 and a professional kitchen with W.C.s of disabled standards as well as independent access. There is capacity for up to 200 people, ideal for events or wedding receptions as a source of income.
Caretaker’s house: Living room/kitchen, three bedrooms, a shower room and W.C.
Garages and various outbuildings
Condition: This superb historic building is still in need of considerable TLC and substantial renovation. The roofs were renewed in 2005 and are reviewed every two years. Septic tank installed to EU Normes in 2020.
10 hectares of grounds, mainly wooded apart from the magnificent dry moats, the courtyard and the lawned areas surrounding the chateau, and for a field near the entrance gate. Two wells.
Price: 880 000 €

Chateau Queyras, Hautes-Alpes, France: €2.5 million (£2.2m/$2.9m)

The Fort Queyras built in 1265 AD as a chateau attached to the Dauphin. The building itself sits on a rocky perch above the River Guil in a commanding position designed to protect the valley from marauders and invaders. It’s imposing walls dominate the valley and command truly wonderful views of the surrounding mountains and forests.

The Fort is a collection of buildings within the surrounding ramparts which are accessed via the main draw-bridge entrance. The cobbled lane leads up to the main courtyard and lawn terrace where the owners have their own private residence. This is a stand alone 4 bedroom house which is completely independent of the rest of the chateau. It has a picket fence surrounding the front garden and also has great views of the surrounding landscape. There are soldiers barracks, store houses, arms depots, a bakery, hospital, and even a chapel, all of which are open to the public from May to September thanks to the generosity of the current owner. It is also host to The Medieval Festival in mid summer when locals and tourists alike dress up in period costumes and celebrate the castle’s glorious history.
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