Properties for sale for around £400,000

From a recently rethatched 1750s cottage in Clyffe Pypard, Wiltshire, to a third-floor apartment in a Georgian tenement in Edinburgh’s New Town...

From a recently rethatched 1750s cottage in Clyffe Pypard, Wiltshire,to a third-floor apartment in a Georgian tenement in Edinburgh's New Town...

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Maiden Lane, Stamford, Lincolnshire. A modernised period property in the town conservation area with a rear courtyard garden overlooking All Saints Church. It has been let out as a rental property, at a rent of up to £925 per calendar month. 3 beds, bath, 2 receps, kitchen. £375,000 Savills 01780-484696.

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Annandale Street, New Town, Edinburgh. A refurbished, third-floor apartment in one of the New Town's Georgian tenements. It has a south-facing living room, high ceilings with decorative plasterwork, sash windows with working shutters, wooden floors and a period fireplace with a wood-burning stove. 3 beds, bath, dining kitchen, recep, cellar, communal gardens. £450,000+ Knight Frank 0131-222 9600.

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Dairy Farm, Melton Park, Melton Constable, Norfolk. This Grade II-listed barn conversion is part of Melton Park, a collection of period properties converted from the former dairy of Melton Constable Hall Estate. It has a large open-plan living area with an open fire and beamed ceilings, an enclosed courtyard, a garden, and access to communal woodland. 3 beds, 2 baths, second-floor sitting room, breakfast kitchen, garage. £395,000 Savills 01603-229229.

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East Street, Hereford. A flat in a Grade II-listed property originally built as three merchant's houses, and which is now converted into seven luxury flats. Apartment 1 has underfloor heating, a contemporary bathroom and kitchen, and a large drawing room with a carved oak fireplace, restored oak-panelled walls, and a ceiling with decorative cornicing. 2 beds, 2 baths, recep, communal garden. £395,000 Knight Frank 01905-723438.

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Hubbards Cottage, Church Stretton, Shropshire. This house was built in the 1980s using traditional materials, including local stone elevations, and is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 3 beds, bath, recep, kitchen, paved sun terrace, garden. £365,000 Strutt & Parker 01743-284200.

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The Cottage, Clyffe Pypard, North Wiltshire. This Grade II-listed 1750s cottage has recently been rethatched. It has an inglenook fireplace with a wood-burning stove, exposed wall and ceiling timbers, and a walled garden. 2 beds, bath, 2 receps. £425,000 Carter Jonas 01672-514916.

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Owl Cottage, Great Waldingfield, Suffolk. A modernised, semi-detached 17th-century cottage in a small rural village with panoramic views over the open countryside. It has a large inglenook fireplace, exposed wall and ceiling timbers, oak and brick flooring, and a garden with a shed. 3 beds, dressing room, 2 baths, recep, study, dining kitchen, garage. £399,950 Jackson-Stops 01284-700535.

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St. Margaret's, Urquhart, Moray. A restored, Victorian village house surrounded by large gardens, five miles from Elgin with its shops and amenities. The house has open fireplaces, sash windows with their original working shutters, and comes with an outbuilding that includes a garage, a workshop, and a first floor that is currently used as a cinema room. 5 beds, 2 baths, 2 receps, study, open-plan kitchen/living area, vegetable garden, kennel. £435,000+ Strutt & Parker 01463-719171.

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