Including a Regency house on Brighton seafront, an Elizabethan manor in Norfolk and a former rectory in Cheshire.
From a restored 19th-century mill in Exmoor National Park to a contemporary mews conversion in Cheltenham.
Including a 16th-century church in Essex, a 17th-century prison in Ripon, North Yorkshire, and a Grade I-listed gatehouse near King’s Lynn, Norfolk.
From a Grade II-listed Regency townhouse with views of Salisbury Cathedral to a three-bedroom terrace close to London’s Battersea Park.
From a Grade II-listed 15th-century mansion in Hertfordshire to a 17th-century Italian villa in Cortona, Tuscany.
From a 1930s Dutch-style house in Kent to a garden flat in an Edwardian building in London’s Southfields.
From a village house made by specialists Huf Haus to a Cotswold stone property with a glazed double-height orangery.
From a Victorian country house with views over Grasmere in Ambleside, Cumbria, to a garden flat close to London’s Wandsworth Common.
From a townhouse in York to a Grade II-listed property in Hertfordshire designed by the architects of Letchworth Garden City.
Including a Welsh long house, a Victorian mansion in Scotland, a pretty Warwickshire cottage and a colonial-style home in Florida.