Properties for around £2m

From a Grade II-listed manor with an octagonal tower in Newport, Wales, to a Regency town house in Rye, East Sussex, with views along the River Rother towards Romney Marsh, eight of the best properties for sale for around £2m.

Gartincaber House, Doune, Perthshire.

Gartincaber House, Doune, Perthshire. A restored, Grade B-listed Scots baronial mansion with a 17th-century core. It has period fireplaces and a contemporary kitchen with a breakfast room with a glazed extension. 6 beds, 4 baths, 3 principal receps, 2-bed flat, formal garden, parkland, 7.59 acres. £2m+ Savills 0131-247 3738.

Culverhayes, Sampford Courtenay, Okehampton, Devon.

Culverhayes, Sampford Courtenay, Okehampton, Devon. A renovated 1870s house on the edge of a village. It has large bay windows overlooking the landscaped garden, period fireplaces and a conservatory. 7 beds, 5 baths, 2 receps, library, 3-bed cottage, 4-bed cottage, outbuildings, pasture, 8.54 acres. £2m Knight Frank 01392-848824.

Fields Manor, Newport, Gwent.

Fields Manor, Newport, Gwent. This renovated, Grade II-listed manor has an octagonal tower with a Jacobean front door leading onto an entrance hall with original quarry-tiled floors and a staircase with a cast-iron balustrade. It has marble fireplaces, oak floors, wood-panelled shutters and a tropical orangery. 6 beds, 4 baths, 2 receps, balcony, home cinema, double garage with studio, gardens. £2m Mr & Mrs Clarke 07884-231242

The Old Rectory, Charlcombe, Bath, Somerset

The Old Rectory, Charlcombe, Bath, Somerset. A former rectory on the edge of Bath with views over the Avon Valley. It has oak floors, feature fireplaces, sash windows, a kitchen with handcrafted solid-oak cabinets and an Aga, and mature gardens with a restored stone orangery that could be used as a home office. 7 beds, 3 baths, 2 receps, study, large front and rear gardens, 0.48 acres. £2.1m Knight Frank 01225-325999.

Shouldham Street, Marylebone, London.

Shouldham Street, Marylebone, London. This Grade II-listed townhouse has a south-facing garden and is situated in a sought-after residential street in Marylebone in the centre of London. It has shuttered sash windows, open fireplaces with brick surrounds and wood floors and a home office. The newly fitted kitchens and bathrooms have fittings that match the period. 4 beds, 2 baths, 2 receps, rear garden. £1.995m Berkshire Hathaway, Homes Services Kay & Co 020-3411 6557.

Buckenhill Manor, Bromyard, Herefordshire.

Buckenhill Manor, Bromyard, Herefordshire. A renovated, Grade II-listed country house that dates back to the 1200s. It has a four-bedroom flat in the clock tower and a two-bedroom flat in the courtyard buildings, which are currently being renovated. 13 beds, 12 baths, 3 receps, gardens, 4 acres. £1.8m Strutt & Parker 01584-873711.

Chequer, Rye, East Sussex.

Chequer, Rye, East Sussex. A renovated, Grade II-listed Regency town house in a commanding position in Rye with far-reaching views along the River Rother towards Romney Marsh. It has floor-to-ceiling sash windows, wood floors, period fireplaces and newly fitted kitchens and bathrooms. 5 beds, 3 baths, 2 receps, dining kitchen, study/home office, roof terrace, rear garden. £1.95m Phillips & Stubbs 01797-227338.

Southdown Old Farmhouse, Medstead, Alton, Hampshire.

Southdown Old Farmhouse, Medstead, Alton, Hampshire. A Grade II-listed farmhouse surrounded by landscaped gardens. It has beamed ceilings, oak doors and flooring, open fireplaces with wood-burning stoves and an oak-framed garden room with 180-degree views over the gardens. The original well room retains its well and listed donkey wheel. 5 beds, 5 baths, 2 receps, study, kitchen/family room, gym, double garage, barn, gazebo, paddocks, 2.78 acres. £2.15m Hamptons 01420-730 148.

Recommended

Has passive investing created a stockmarket bubble?
Sponsored

Has passive investing created a stockmarket bubble?

Over the past two decades, investors have been switching from buying actively managed investment funds to buying passive funds that simply track a mar…
28 Sep 2021
Why are people panicking about fuel shortages?
UK Economy

Why are people panicking about fuel shortages?

With huge queues forming at petrol stations around the country, Saloni Sardana looks at the reasons behind the fuel shortage and asks how long it's l…
28 Sep 2021
Why investors should beware of corporate waffle
Investment strategy

Why investors should beware of corporate waffle

When top executives try to retreat behind impenetrable jargon, investors should be very sceptical, says John Stepek.
28 Sep 2021
Ensign Group: profiting from US private care
Trading

Ensign Group: profiting from US private care

Nursing and care-home specialist Ensign Group should thrive as Americans age. Matthew Partridge picks the best way to play it.
28 Sep 2021

Most Popular

A nightmare 1970s scenario for investors is edging closer
Investment strategy

A nightmare 1970s scenario for investors is edging closer

Inflation need not be a worry unless it is driven by labour market shortages. Unfortunately, writes macroeconomist Philip Pilkington, that’s exactly w…
17 Sep 2021
What really causes inflation? Here’s what prices since 1970 tell us
Inflation

What really causes inflation? Here’s what prices since 1970 tell us

As UK inflation hits 3.2%, Dominic Frisby compares the cost of living 50 years ago with that of today, and explains how debt drives prices higher.
15 Sep 2021
The times may be changing, but don’t change how you invest
Small cap stocks

The times may be changing, but don’t change how you invest

We are living in strange times. But the basics of investing remain the same: buy fairly-priced stocks that can provide an income. And there are few be…
13 Sep 2021