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Lower Kennerty Mill, Peterculter

Price: 650,000

This interesting former watermill was built in 1880, and then remodelled in 1940. There are two original water wheels still in place. Subject to the necessary planning permission it might now be used in a number of different ways.
This property is coming on to the market soon. At the moment there are no further details.
Contact: Savills 01224 971 110

The Old Grain Barn, Little Snoring

Price: 710,000

Bold and successful conversion of a very large barn. What has been removed, filled in and altered remains very clear on the external brickwork. The Old Grain Barn is part of a development of eight separate properties. It has a courtyard garden, a garage, and additional parking.
Ground floor: Dining room/living room, utility room, kitchen/breakfast room, two storage rooms.
First floor: Landing, four bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom, the other three with en-suite shower rooms.
Contact: 01328 730 500 --

The Thatched Barn, Gimingham

Price: 195,000

Late 17th century cobbled flint and thatched barn which has planning permission for conversion into a residential dwelling with a garden and off-street parking.
Contact: 01328 730 500 --

Maison de Maitre, Saint-Capraise d'Eymet

Price: 290,000
Attractive Maison de Maitre that now requires work. It is being sold with 14 hectares of land.

Contact: 0033 524 10 36 93

Pensarn Chapel House, Llandysul

Price: 445,000

This attractive stone built cottage is being sold with a former chapel which has lapsed planning permission for conversion to holiday accommodation. The two buildings are set at right angles to each other. The chapel is currently used as a workshop/studio. Subject to the necessary planning permission this large, light filled building might now be used in a number of different ways. The former coach house is also included in the sale. The whole is set in approximately one acre of gardens and grounds..
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Ground floor: Sitting room, kitchen, sun room. First floor: Landing, three bedrooms, bathroom. The Chapel is open plan and double height.
Contact: 01545 570 990 --

Cloonee House, Lough Carra

Price: 1,000,000

This attractive Georgian house was completed in 1757. It was built as a hunting lodge and overlooks Lough Carra. Set around a courtyard that is also framed by the West Wing, the East Wing, and 'Wilde's Tower House'. The Agents say that Oscar Wilde, his brother and George Moore spent their summer holidays here.
Each of the Wings has its own entrance. There is also a coach house, Cloonee Coach House' included in the sale. The whole is set in approximately ten acres.
The link to this property is:
Contact: 087 246 3748

Llanddewi Brefi, Tregaron, Wales

Price: 98,500

Derelict stone built cottage that has planning permission 'for restoration and extension.' It is set in a valley close to the Cambrian Mountains, and is being sold with approximately one acre of surrounding grounds.
Contact: 01570 519 981

West Tythe, Bisley

Contact: 935,000
Conversion of a great building. This very nice former barn that was originally part of Rectory Farm clearly requires no work. West Tythe is the largest portion of the former tythe buildings that were converted into residential properties in the 1980s. The foot print of the whole property frames, as a 'courtyard', part of the garden. There is a vaulted room above the garage.

Ground floor: Hall, sitting room, dining area/kitchen, pantry [?], two bedrooms, shower room, utility room. The garage with a shower room, is attached, just, corner to corner to the main house. First floor: Galleried landing, two bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room, another shower room. Accessed via a separate staircase in the garage, the vaulted room.
Contact: 01285 653 334

House of Glack, Daviot

Price: 750,000

This attractive house dates back to the early 1700s. There is a 1930s extension/wing to the rear. This wing is accessible internally, on both the ground and first floors. It has its own two staircases, one internal, another external. The whole is set in approximately 17 acres of gardens and grounds, with views to the hills and open landscape beyond. The current owners have done considerable work on this fine building since they became its owners in 2002.
The link to this property is:
Ground floor: Hall, two part dining room, kitchen, scullery, loo, rear hall, marking the beginning of the 1930s wing, store, loo, garden room, large gallery; boiler room, which is only accessible from outside.
First floor: Landing, drawing room, bedroom, with a shower room, loo and store. Access to the first floor wing: three bedrooms, sitting room/dining room, kitchen, utility room, bathroom, shower room, laundry room.
Contact: 01224 971 110  -- Fiona Gormley:

Old Farm, Clunton

Price: 795,000

This house is stunning. It dates back to the late 16th/early 17th century and requires no work. There is lapsed planning permission for the two storey Malt house to be converted to a separate five bedroomed residence, and for a barn to be converted into a three bedroom dwelling. The whole is set in approximately one acre.
According to the Agents A E Houseman wrote the following: "Clungunford, Clunton, Clunbury and Clun are the most wonderful places under the sun !"
The link to the property is:
Contact: 01584 544 006