Properties for around £1m

From a 17th-century house overlooking Hampton Court and the royal gardens in East Molesey, Surrey, to an apartment in a converted warehouse in Wapping, eight of the best properties for around £1m.

Vine Cottage, The Platt, Chippinghurst, Oxfordshire. An 1830s, thatched cottage in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It has beamed ceilings and a modern fitted kitchen. 4 beds, 2 baths, recep, study, outbuildings, greenhouse, workshop, gardens, pond, vegetable garden, 0.5 acre. £950,000 Knight Frank 01865-790077.

Bridewell Place, London E1W. A two-storey apartment in a converted warehouse set around a private courtyard in Wapping, with views over the River Thames. It has a double-height reception room with wooden beams and sash-style windows, a contemporary glass staircase and comes with an on-site porter and allocated private parking. 3 beds, 2 baths, open-plan kitchen/living area. £950,000 Savills 020 7456 6800.

Glendower House, Glendower Street, Monmouth. This Grade II-listed, converted chapel retains many of its original features, including stained-glass windows, Corinthian columns and a spiral stone staircase. It has a double-height central atrium with a first-floor gallery, polished stone, flagstone and hardwood floors and a kitchen with French doors leading onto the garden. 5 beds, 3 baths, 4 receps, secondary kitchen, gym. £980,000 Roscoe Rogers & Knight 01600-772929.

Little Scholars, Copperfield Manor, Horsham, West Sussex. A Grade II-listed house forming the central part of a former manor house on the outskirts of Horsham. It has a private garden and access to a communal garden. 5 beds, 2 baths, recep, allocated parking. £950,000 Strutt & Parker 01403-246790.

Rectory Cottage, Yelford, Witney, Oxfordshire. This Grade II-listed, Cotswold stone cottage dates from the 1700s and was extended in the 1970s. It is situated in the village of Yelford and is surrounded by established gardens. It has exposed wall and ceiling timbers, leaded-light windows and a large inglenook fireplace with a wood-burning stove. 4 beds, 2 baths, recep, study, breakfast kitchen, garage, studio, gardens, 1 acre. £1m Knight Frank 01865-989269.

Tudor House, East Molesey, Surrey. This renovated, Grade II-listed, late 1600s property backs onto Bushey Park and has views over Hampton Court Palace and the royal gardens. It has a wooden staircase with a glass balustrade and retains its working Minster fireplace, beamed ceilings and sash windows, and has a large, private courtyard. 2 beds, bath, 2 receps, library/study, kitchen. £950,000 Savills 01372-461900.

The Old Farmhouse, Barton, Guiting Power, Gloucestershire. A Grade II-listed Cotswold stone house in an elevated position in a village. It has exposed beams, flagstone floors and a Cotswold stone fireplace with a wood-burning stove. The south-facing lawns overlook the River Windrush and include a three-bay barn with planning permission for conversion into a one-bedroom annexe. 4 beds, 3 baths, 2 receps, study, breakfast kitchen, 0.3 acres. £1.25m Butler Sherborn 01451-830731.

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