Properties with orangeries and conservatories

From a Georgian villa overlooking Totnes, Devon, to a wing of a Grade II-listed mansion in Amberley, Yorkshire, with a Victorian orangery with decorative ironwork.

From a Georgian villa overlooking Totnes, Devon, to awing of a Grade II-listed mansion in Amberley, Yorkshire, with a Victorian orangery with decorative ironwork.

919-Delford-House-634

Delford House Kinnaird, Perthshire. A renovated Georgian house with a range of outbuildings and views of the Sidlaw Hills. It has a large conservatory with French doors leading onto a terrace and a converted coach house set in its own walled garden. 5 beds,3 baths, 3 receps, paddock, stables, 1.9 acres. £1.1m+ Bell Ingram 01738-621121.

919-Highfield-634

Highfield, Kingsbridge Hill, Totnes, Devon. This 1820s Georgian villa is situated in an elevated position overlooking Totnes and the countryside beyond. It has an entrance hall with tiled floors leading to a drawing room with decorative cornices, a marble fireplace and floor-to-ceiling Gothic shuttered sash windows, an orangery built in 2012, and a large cellar divided into four rooms. 8 beds, 4 baths, 2 receps, breakfast kitchen, study, gardens. £1.25m Marchand Petit 01803-847979.

919-Manor-Cottage-634

Manor Cottage, Westbrook, Boxford, Berkshire. A Grade II-listed, 19th-century cottage with an orangery that was originally part of Speen House. The cottage has a wood-burning stove and a large kitchen with an Aga. 3 beds, bath, 2 receps, 0.13 acres. £750,000. Jackson-Stops, 01635 45501.

919-South-Moor-Court-634

South Moor Court, Amberley, Gloucestershire.A substantial part of a refurbished, Grade II-listed Victorian mansion that retains its open fireplaces with period surrounds, sash windows with working shutters, and a Victorian orangery with decorative ironwork and original tiled floors. 4 beds, 3 baths, kitchen, 2 receps, study, wine cellar, double garage with an office above, workshop, gardens, 0.75 acres. £1.595m Knight Frank 01285-659771.

919-Meadow-Wood-634

Meadow Wood Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut.This house overlooking Byram Harbour on Long Island Sound was built in 1976. It has a living room that opens into a rounded conservatory that was once part of the Nancy Reynolds estate. 6 beds, 5 baths,3 receps, panelled library, games room, wine cellar, solarium, sauna, outdoor pool, gardens, grounds, 3.87 acres. $8.88m Houlihan Lawrence+1 203 869 0700.

919-Stoney-Stretton-Hall-634

Stoney Stretton Hall, Yockleton, Shrewsbury. A Grade II-listed,17th-century house remodelled in 1831. It retains its Jacobean staircase, original working shutters, decorative corning and period fireplaces. The orangery is a recent addition and has double doors leading onto a terrace. 7 beds, 4 baths, 4 receps, 3-bed cottage, Dutch barn, walled gardens, greenhouse, woodland, 17.7 acres. £1.85m Savills 01952-239500.

919-Willoughby-House-634

Willoughby House, Walled Garden, Matfen, Northumberland. This house was built in 1996 as part of a development offour properties, each set in its own garden. It has exposed beams, an orangery with underfloor heating and a conservatory. 5 beds, 4 baths, 2 receps, 1 acre. £1.75m Sanderson Young 0191-223 3500.

919-Gussage-Farm-634

Gussage House, All Saints, Wimborne, Dorset. A Grade II-listed, 17th-century village house with 18th- and 19th-century additions and a large adjoining orangery.It has period fireplaces, sash windows with working shutters, and a sitting room and living room with French doors opening onto a terrace.4 beds, 2 attic beds,5 baths, 3 receps, kitchen with an Aga, library, 3-bed coach house, swimming pool, tennis court, paddocks,4.5 acres. £2.75mSavills 01202-856873.

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