From an award-winning barn conversion in the Howardian Hills in North Yorkshire to a stone farmhouse in Penzance, Cornwall.
From a Grade II-listed watermill on the Black Bourn River in Suffolk to a manor with formal gardens designed by Gertrude Jekyll in Surrey.
Including a Georgian villa on the outskirts of Bath, a Grade II-listed house in York and a new luxury development in London’s Marylebone.
From an 18th-century cottage close to the centre of Cambridge to an apartment in a converted riverside warehouse in York.
From a small country estate with 28 acres in Herefordshire to a working farm in Siena, Italy, with 17 acres of productive vineyards.
From a three-bed cottage in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in St Just, Cornwall, to a converted Martello tower in Suffolk.
From a secluded cottage in west Cork with views over Ireland’s first marine nature reserve to a one-bedroom flat in Little Chelsea, London.
From a Georgian-style mansion in 86 acres in New York to a converted 19th-century coach house in Wiltshire.
From a 16th-century thatched cottage with views over the Teign Valley in Devon to a Grade II-listed Victorian house overlooking the town of Welshpool in Wales.
This week: properties with glass walls – from a converted medieval barn in Canterbury to a house in Hertfordshire designed by Jørn Utzon, the architect of Sydney Opera House