Eight of the best properties for sale for around £2m

From a coastal estate with more than 60 acres on Loch Fyne to a Grade I-listed Cotswolds stone house with a walled kitchen garden, eight of the best properties for around £2m for sale now.

The Clock House

The Clock House, Coesfaen, Barmouth, Gwynedd. A Grade II-listed Victorian Gothic house with a clock tower and a central section believed to date from medieval times. It sits above the Mawddach Estuary close to Snowdonia National Park. 6 beds, 4 baths, 4 receps, veranda, gardens, terrace. £2.15m Strutt & Parker 07919-128326.

Poulton Manor, Poulton, Cirencester, Gloucestershire. A Grade I-listed Cotswold stone house dating from the late 17th century. The gardens and grounds have separate cottages and a coach house with a workshop studio. 6 beds, 2 baths, 3 receps, walled kitchen garden, 2 acres. £2.25m. Butler Sherborn 01285-883740.

Castleton Estate, Lochgilphead, Argyll & Bute. A coastal estate on Loch Fyne with woodland, a boathouse, a pier and an island with planning consent to build a house. The main house dates from the early 18th century and has a billiards room with oak panelling, period fireplaces, lattice windows and French doors overlooking the loch. 9 beds, 6 baths, 5 receps, pool, walled garden, tennis court, 67.74 acres. £1.95m+ Knight Frank 01311-222 9600.

Brushfield Street, London E1. A Grade II-listed house dating from the 1770s in Spitalfields Market. There is a ground-floor shop or studio space and residential space above with hardwood floors, fireplaces with Victorian stoves, built in storage and modernist kitchen and bathroom fittings. 3 beds, 3 baths, 2 receps, kitchen, office, cellar, roof terrace.£2.05m Inigo 020-3687 3071.

Ivy House, Cambridge. An early 18th-century property that retains original features such as exposed wall timbers, timber and brick floors, wooden panelling, and fireplaces. The gardens surround the property to all sides and have mature trees, a water feature and a separate studio used as a home office with shower room and separate toilet. 4 beds, dressing room, 2 baths, 3 receps, conservatory, kitchen, breakfast room, utility, cloakroom, garage, 1.51 acres. £1.95m Savills 01223-347 000.

Poors Farm, Marshside, Canterbury, Kent. A Grade II-listed, 16th-century house set in large gardens and grounds with a lake and paddocks. The gardens feature a heated pool, bar, sauna, steam room, shower block and covered Jacuzzi. 4 beds, 3 baths, 3 receps, 2 acres. £2m Fine & Country 01227-479317.

Chelwood House, Chelwood, Somerset. A substantial Grade II-listed house dating from the 17th century close to Bath and Bristol. It has high ceilings, sash windows, period fireplaces, wood and flagstone floors, the original panelling and sweeping staircase, and a wine cellar. 9 beds, 9 baths, 3 receps, snug, games room, 2 kitchens, parking, gardens and grounds, 1.27 acres. £1.95m Greenslade Taylor Hunt 01749-605605.

Whitelands, Gregories Road, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. A Grade II-listed modernist property built in 1934 and designed by the renowned architect Stanley Hamp. It is set in landscaped gardens and has an orangery. The property has wood floors, an elegant staircase with stone steps, arched windows, modern fitted kitchens and bathrooms, and modern additions with glass ceilings. 4 beds, 2 baths, 2 receps, study, double garage, gardens, 0.45 acres. £2m Hamptons 01494-677744.

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