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
Including an Italian farmhouse with six acres in Umbria, a one-bedroom flat in Pimlico, London, and a traditional Cornish farmhouse in Withiel.
Including an Edwardian hunting lodge in Beauly, Scotland, an off-grid log cabin in Colorado, and a Grade II-listed house in a country estate in North Wales.
From a Cotswolds stone cottage in Gloucestershire to a luxury stable conversion on the Huntsham Court estate in Devon.
From a converted 19th-century windmill in Pays D’Albert in France to a Cheshire narrow boat in private gated mooring in Islington, London.
From a Georgian hall in Northumberland with a kitchen leading onto an orangery to a Victorian country house with an Aga in West Lothian.
From the principal wing of a 19th-century country house with five acres in Midlothian, Scotland, to a two-bedroom garden flat in London.
From a converted medieval barn in Canterbury, Kent, to a three-storey Victorian house in London’s Forest Gate.
From a converted church in Upleatham, North Yorkshire, to a timber-framed house on the coast in Nova Scotia, Canada.