From a lightkeeper’s house and lighthouse in Dumfries and Galloway, to a former firestation converted into loft apartments in Brooklyn, New York.
From a Robert Adam mansion on a Highland estate in Inverness-shire, to a Victorian villa in Clapham Common, London.
From a converted chapel in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, to a large apartment in a Grade I-listed Georgian townhouse in Bath.
From a Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse in Suffolk to a 17th-century farm with converted oast house in East Sussex.
From a Victorian Gothic Great Hall converted into apartments to a 19th-century stone farmhouse in France.
From a Grade II-listed thatched cottage in Devon to a Georgian terraced house in Whitby, North Yorkshire.
From a former Victorian shooting lodge in Perthshire, to a 17th-century village house in Somerset.
From a Grade II-listed farmhouse in the Lake District to a Georgian manor with 18 acres near Bodmin in Cornwall.
From a house built by a Quaker settler in 1747 in Pawling, New York, to a Grade I-listed Jacobean manor in Leicestershire.
From a £140,000 one-bed apartment in the Espace Killy region of France to a £7m chalet with one acre of land in Colorado in the United States.