This week: properties for around £600,000 – including a converted early-19th-century jail in Gloucestershire, a clifftop house with sea views in Devon and a one-bed apartment in Chelsea
From a Grade II-listed Regency country house in the Brecon Beacons National Park to a 26-bedroom estate on 82 acres of Colorado wilderness.
From a Georgian-style country house in nearly two acres in Clackmannanshire to a two-bedroom apartment in Chelsea, London.
From a circular house with modernist interiors in California to a restored monastery with a consecrated chapel in Apiro, Italy.
From a Victorian house overlooking the River Cam, Cambridge, to a Grade II-listed cottage in the medieval quarter of Saffron Walden.
From a 17th-century, Grade II-listed house in Saffron Walden to a mid-18th-century cottage beside a river in Woodford, Wiltshire.
From an apartment in the dome of Newcastle’s Grade II-listed Central Exchange Building to a flat on the top two floors of Phoenix Wharf in London.
Including an Italianate Regency-style house near Hay-on-Wye, a Jacobean farmhouse in West Sussex and a converted pump house in Nottinghamshire.
From a Japanese-style house in Cornwall, to a Grade II-listed thatched cottage in Somerset, we pick eight of the best properties for sale for £400,000.
This week, we bring you eight of the best Grade I-listed properties on the market today.