Houses for around £1m

From a 16th-century house in moated grounds in Norfolk to a cliff-top property in Nova Scotia, Canada.

The Priory, Bishops Cleeve, Cheltenham
The Priory, Bishops Cleeve, Cheltenham. A Grade II-listed former priory in the heart of the village with gated and walled gardens and grounds. It has flagstone floors, deep recessed windows, stone fireplaces and panelled walls. 7 beds, 3 baths, 3 receps, study, breakfast kitchen, wine cellars, 0.45 acres. £1.1m Knight Frank 01242-246959.
De Beauvoir, Hackney, London N1.
De Beauvoir, Hackney, London N1. A Victorian terrace house in a popular area of Hackney, close to transport links. It has high ceilings, sash windows, a working cast-iron fireplace and courtyard garden. 2 beds, bath, recep, large kitchen dining room. £995,000 Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward 020-3441 3419.
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. A weatherboarded cliff-top house with decks on three sides, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. There is a separate 1-bed cottage and two small buildings on the edge of the cliff. 3 beds, 3 baths, recep, garage, gardens, 20 acres. £1m Tradewinds 020-7467 5330.
Lowood House, by Cramond Bridge, Edinburgh
Lowood House, by Cramond Bridge, Edinburgh. This Grade B-listed Edwardian house retains its original hardwood floors, panelled walls and open fireplaces. 7 beds, 4 baths, 3 receps, stables, greenhouse, 2 acres. Further lots of 2-bed cottage and 0.7 acres of wooded policies available. £995,000+ Strutt & Parker 0131-226 2500.
Manor Farm, Witcombe, Ash, Somerset
Manor Farm, Witcombe, Ash, Somerset. A Grade II-listed house dating from the 16th and 17th centuries. It has beamed ceilings, flagstone floors, inglenook fireplaces and retains two of its original nail studded doors. 6 beds, 3 baths, 3 receps, study, attic room, stables, barn and garage with planning permission for alterations, 4.46 acres. £1.15m Knight Frank 01935-812236.
Mill House, Lympne, Kent
Mill House, Lympne, Kent. A contemporary house in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with picture windows and floor-to-ceiling folding glass doors in the main living area that open onto the gardens. It has a curved oak tread stairway and a wet room. 4 beds, 4 baths, study/bed 5. £1m Strutt & Parker 01227-451123.
Wacton Hall, Wacton, Norfolk
Wacton Hall, Wacton, Norfolk. A restored Grade II-listed 16th-century house in moated grounds overlooking Wacton Common. It has oak floors, 18th-century panelling, beamed ceilings and open fireplaces. 6 beds, 4 baths, 3 receps, conservatory, outbuildings, orchard, 6.15 acres. £950,000 Savills 01603-229229.
Ty Mawr Mansion, Cilcennin, Nr Aberaeron, Ceredigion, Wales
Ty Mawr Mansion, Cilcennin, Nr Aberaeron, Ceredigion, Wales. A Grade II-listed Georgian mansion currently run as a boutique hotel with scope to extend the business, subject to planning permission. 9 beds, 9 baths, 5 receps, cinema, separate 3-bed accommodation, greenhouse, wood, fishing rights. £995,000 Savills 029 20 368930.

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