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Fennells Home Farm, Lypiatt

Asking Price 1,350,000
Nestled in its gardens and grounds of approximately 5 acres this very attractive 17th century stone built is in fine condition. It is being sold with a separate annexe and a number of outbuildings. There is planning permission for a large unfinished outbuilding to be converted to a barn. Included in the five acres there is an orchard, a natural pond and paddock land.
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Ground floor: Drawing room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, boiler room. First floor: Landing, Three bedrooms, bathroom. Second floor: In two parts, each accessed via its own staicase; on one side, a bedroom, another room, an 'en-suite' bathroom. On the other side an 'open' room and bathroom, both writh restricted height. Outside: The annexe is set within the 'L' shaped outbuildings. Its bedroom is above the garage.
Contact: 01285 653 334

Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, London, W2

Price: 26,800,000
Stunning and massive property comprises two huge adjoined spectacular white stuccoed Victorian terraced houses that now require a huge amount of work. Set on the corner of the massive terrace of which it is a part, the property has most recently been used as a large hotel, and subject to the necessary planning permission, it might might now be used in a number of different ways. Given the description of the staircase it appears that this enormous property has long been used as a single property. "With grand rooms spread over six floors,the property is full of Victorian architectural features, including intricate plasterwork and an impressive staircase." When the Lancaster Gate terrace was originally built it was known as Upper Hyde Park Gardens. There is a lift and no mention of any outside areas.
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25,000 sq ft over six floors, seven floors including the basement.
Contact: 0207 590 9585

Bardmony House, Alyth, Blairgowrie, United Kingdom, PH11 8NY

Offers over 750,000 (reduced in price)
This very attractive house now presents as late Georgian Its origins date back to the 15th century when it was used as a staging post for monks. In 1991 the house was extended. Along with a range of outbuildings there is the gardener's cottage and a garage included in the sale. It has "only been up for sale once in 400 years".
It is being sold with its gardens, including a walled garden, and grounds of approximately 5.9 acres.
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Ground floor: Vestibule, hall, drawing room, study, dining room, cloakroom, laundry, playroom, kitchen, boiler room. First floor: Galleried landing, five bedrooms, one with a dressing room and en-suite bathroom, the other two bedrooms have bathrooms nearby. There are four further bedrooms that seem to be part of the West Wing. The West Wing: Ground floor: Drawing room, dining room, study, cloakroom, back hall, , kitchen. A door connects to the drawing room in the main house. Outside: The gardener's cottage.
Contact: 0131 247 3738

Bosvarren House, Constantine
Price 780,000

Region: South West
Guide Price 780,000
Very attractive former rectory with its granite ashlar front was built in around 1812. It is set within a privately owned country estate, still owned by the family who built nearby Bosvathick House in the 1760s. It has never before been sold and might now benefit from some work. Subject to the necessary planning permission the basement might now be used in a number of different ways. The whole is set within its own garden of approximately 0.9 of an acre.
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Ground floor: Hallway, drawing room, study, sitting room, dining room, family kitchen, utility and cloakroom. First floor: Landing, four bedrooms, bathroom, shower room. Lower ground floor: Three rooms. Outside: Garden store, boiler store.
Contact: 01326 319 767

West Wing B, The Leazes, Hexham, United Kingdom, NE46 3BN

Guide Price 450,000
The Leazes dates back to the 1830s, and Wing B comprises part of the first floor. The apartment is accessed via the original staircase. The whole property is set within its own 1.5 acres. With the apartment a garage is available. There is a also a tennis court within the communal grounds.
Sitting room, with bay window, kitchen/breakfast room, three bedrooms, bathroom, shower room.
Contact Information:
Strutt & Parker
1-3 Oldgate
NE61 1PY

The White Lion, Oundle, 10 North Street, Oundle, PE8 4AL
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: 01832 358 678 --

Rifle Range: 2 acres. And that is all the Government site tells us.

MoD sell-off. Again, no further info.
Contact: 01773 522652

Total Area: 1.6895 ha
Contact: 0300 470 4359