This week: Georgian properties – including a Grade II-listed country house in Hampshire, a townhouse in Edinburgh’s New Town and a London terrace that was once the home of Charles Dickens
From one of the largest private chalets in Verbier, Switzerland, to a typical alpine chalet in the ski area of Megève, France.
From a penthouse in the former railway offices of London’s St Pancras station to a converted Arts & Crafts girls’ home in Hildenborough, Kent.
From an Italian farmhouse with a deconsecrated chapel in Bagnoregio to an Elizabethan house with a thatched dovecote in Devon.
From a Georgian house with a glass pool in the basement in Clerkenwell, London, to a converted 19th-century watermill in Northumberland.
From a Highland lodge overlooking Loch Rannoch to an apartment in a Victorian mansion block close to London’s Battersea Park.
From converted Grade II-listed water towers in Faversham, Kent, to a Connell & Ward Sun House in Amersham, Buckinghamshire.
From a restored 18th-century church with a rectory in five acres of grounds in Cesena, Italy, to an 1840s parsonage with a tennis court in Amersham, Buckinghamshire.
From a former mill house in Dunbar, East Lothian, to a top-floor apartment in a mansion block close to London’s Bishops Park.
From a New England shingle-style house in Rhode Island’s Carnegie Abbey Golf Club, to a thatched house in Dorset adjoining Broadstone Golf Course.