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.
From a 16th-century house with traditional outbuildings in Normandy, France, to a Grade II-listed cottage in Oxfordshire.
From a Grade II-listed former Abbey with a riverside garden in Henley-on-Thames to a manor in Haywards Heath with gardens designed by Gertrude Jekyll.
From a private island in the Florida Keys with a marina and beach to a 15th-century villa in Lucca, Tuscany.
From a waterfront house on the Whitsunday Coast of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef to a Grade II-listed Victorian coach house in Wiltshire.
From a penthouse apartment in a converted 19th-century coastal defence building in Cornwall to a 17th-century stone cottage in the Wye Valley.
From a Grade II-listed property with follies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Lancashire to an 18th-century bastide in Provence with a walled garden, we bring you seven of the best properties with courtyards and secret gardens.
From a converted chapel in Snowdonia with five-bedrooms and two one-bedroom holiday lets to a Grade II-listed cottage in woodland in Dorset.
From a Grade II-listed Arts & Crafts house overlooking Sandwich Bay in Kent, to a four-acre estate in Westport, Connecticut.