This week: properties for around £400,000 – from a 16th-century timber-framed cottage in Suffolk to a former manse overlooking Loch Tay in Perthshire.
From a 16th-century farmhouse on a country estate in the South Downs National Park to a Grade II-listed manor with 202 acres in Devon.
From a renovated former chapel in Great Staughton, Cambridgeshire, to a one-bed flat in Clapham, London.
From an 18th-century house in Gloucestershire with an established arboretum to a cottage in a wooded valley in Devon.
From a Victorian vicarage near Harrogate to a 15th-century village house in Provence.
From a medieval barn with a lake in Stratford-upon-Avon to a 19th-century former rectory with woodland in Winterbourne Stoke, Wiltshire.
From an 18th-century property with parkland gardens close to Truro, Cornwall, to an Anglo-Norman-style house in Normandy, France.
From a house on the banks of Cochill Burn in Perthshire, to a converted mill with its own millrace in Ilkley, Yorkshire.
From a converted Methodist chapel in Pilton, Somerset, to a restored townhouse in the centre of Ludlow, Shropshire.
From a Grade A-listed neoclassical house in Aberdeenshire to an 18th-century chateau with 42 acres in Normandy, France.