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The White Lion, Oundle

Price: 925,000
This fabulously evocative former public house dates back to 17th century. It is featured in John Betjeman's 'Pictorial History of English Architecture'. Set fronting the street, it is nestled between its neighbours and still manages to have a fine garden to the rear. Part of the ground floor was once used as an annexe. There is a garage and off street parking for two cars included in the sale.

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Ground floor: Oak framed lobby, drawing room, access to the cellar, dining room, hallway, kitchen/breakfast room, atrium, rear lobby (which once formed part of the former annexe), bedroom and en-suite wet room, utility room. First floor: Two bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room, bathroom. Second floor: Two bedrooms. The cellar: Large cellar with vaulted roof.
Contact Information:
Christopher Zimmerli
Contact: 01832 358 678 --

Keepers Cottage, Capel St. Mary, United Kingdom, IP9 2JD

Price: 225,000

This detached timber framed cottage, set in its own corner of land, and surrounded by fields, is believed to date back to the 16th century. Red brick elevations were then added in the mid 19th century. It requires a huge amount of work. 'It appears that the property has mains electricity connected whilst water and drainage are via a private borehole and septic tank.'
It is to be Auctioned online on 9 December 2020, from 2pm.
Ground floor: Sitting room, dining room, another room, kitchen. bathroom. First floor: Two bedrooms.
Contact: 01473 210 200  --

398 Colehill Lane, Wimborne

Price: 300,000
This thatched cottage is set in its own grounds of approximately 0.61 of an acre. It now requires work.
The Agents note: 'The property is sold subject to an overage clause.'

Ground floor: Entrance porch, dining/sitting room, kitchen, store. First floor: Landing, two bedrooms, bathroom.
Contact: 01202 843 190

The Castle, Holt

Guide Price: 845,000

This early 19th century (?) 'castle' was once a part of Gresham's School and is set within the school's grounds. Its garden, to the rear, is south facing. There is an option to buy more land, by separate negotiation.
Entrance hall, sitting room, sitting room/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, study/bedroom, utility room. First floor: Landing, four bedrooms, bathroom, two shower rooms, separate loo.
Contact: 01263 710 777

Mill of Pert, Angus, Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, United Kingdom, AB30 1QS Scotland

Price: 995,000

This farm, comprises the original farmhouse and a number of converted outbuildings. The farmhouse was divided into four separate residential units in around 1983. Subject to the necessary planning permission, this might now be reinstated as a single residence. The Mill House, to the rear of the farmhouse, converted from the original mill house, is now used as a three bedroomed house. The stables, also now converted to residential use, along with another detached cottage, are also included in the sale. The whole is set in approximately 54.46 acres of predominantly farmland.
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Contact: 01224 971 111

Village House, Sainte Foy La Grande, BERGERAC, France

Price: 56,000
Stone built village house now requiring very considerable work. It has a courtyard to the rear. There is a large garage included in the sale.

Contact: 0033 557 695 933

Manor House, Bergerac

Price: 1,444,000 Euros (including fees)

Very attractive manor house, with separate accommodation and outbuildings. It was built in 1800 and requires no work. There is a swimming pool a tennis court, and stabling included in the sale. The whole is set within 26,000sq m.
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Contact: 0033 553 733 062

Trengoffe Old Hill, Grampound, Truro, United Kingdom, TR2 4RY

Price: 400,000
'Research has suggested that Trengoffe was built around 1670 and the two storey section at one end was at that time known to be a smithy.' This attractive thatched cottage is in fine condition, as are the 'very attractive former stone pigger[ies]'. Subject to any necessary planning permission, these might now be used in a number of different ways. The enclosed rear garden gives access to the two piggeries.

Ground floor: Entranec porch, hallway, dining room, sitting room, rear lobby, kitchen/breakfast room, green oak garden room, utility room, shower room. First floor: Landing, two bedrooms, bathroom.
Contact: 01872 242 244

The Nebb, Blundeston, United Kingdom, NR32 5PH

Price: 550,000

This interesting former farmhouse dates back to the early 17th century. With two staircases it appears it might once have been two cottages. It has been modified and extended throughout its existence and currently has two bathrooms on the ground floor. 'The current owner has occupied the property since 1960, originally renting it from Lord Somerleyton for 1 per week before purchasing the property in the mid 1960s.' The gardens of approximately 0.81 of an acre surround the house.
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Ground floor: Lobby, scullery, sitting room, bathroom, living room, hall, another bathroom, kitchen/breakfast room. First floor: Accessed via two staircases, four bedrooms.
Contact: 01502 723 292

Mill House, Mortain, Lower Normandy

Intriguing working water mill in Lower Normandy that has been painstakingly revived by the current owner. It generates the electricity used in the house for heating and hot water. The owner is hoping that the next owner will keep it in this working order. There is a two bedroomed guest house included in the sale; and among other outbuildings there is the building that houses the the mill wheel generator and the turbine house that lies below the mill. The whole is set in a plot of approximately 1600 square metres.
ACCOMMODATION: Ground floor: Sitting room, kitchen, study, conservatory. First floor: Three bedrooms, bathroom.
Contact: 0033 2 33 61 43 11

Scales Hall, Calthwaite, Penrith, Calthwaite, United Kingdom, CA11 9QG

Price: 875,000

This fascinating stone built Hall dates back to 1491, and perhaps earlier. It has been owned and very well cared for by the owners for nearly thirty years. There is currently a bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor. 'The heart of Scales Hall is a Tudor manor house with a later beamed oak ceiling, which provides the upper floor of the building. A recent find includes black-work painting on the beams of the eastern end of the hall, probably dating from the early-seventeenth century, and featuring images of pomegranates.' Set around a courtyard there are a number of outbuildings included in the sale. 'The barn building has characteristics of a 'bastle', with a first floor entrance on the western aspect and slit windows, which include defensive iron bars. High Pike, which could possibly be a beacon site, is in direct view.' The whole is set in its own gardens and grounds of approximately seven acres.
Ground floor: Dining room, sitting room, kitchen/diner, play room, two utility rooms, study, bedroom, bathroom. First floor: Two studies, four bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom and dressing room, one with an en-suite shower room. Cellar. Outside: The two storey barn measures 51'10" x 19'1". There is also a gate house, kennel and garden store included in the sale.
Contact: 01760 634 013

Oliver's Tower, South Creake

Price: 395,000
This wonderful red brick brewery was built in 1841. It was converted to a residential dwelling in the late 1980s and might now benefit from some work. It has a garden, and is set along a roadside.

Ground floor: Hall, dining area and kitchen, shower room. First floor: Bedroom. Second floor: Drawing room. Mezzanine above the drawing room: Study. Third floor: Two bedrooms, bathroom. Outside: There is a garage.
01328 730 500

Barn at Carloggas, St. Austell

Price: 150,000

This near derelict stone built barn has planning permission for conversion to a residential dwelling. It is being sold with courtyard forming farm buildings, which, subject to further planning permission, might be used in a number of different ways. The whole is set within the tine hamlet of Carloggas.
Contact: 01872 242 244 --