Properties for sale for around £1m

From a two-bedroom garden flat in Notting Hill, London, to a Grade II-listed medieval hall house in Dorking and a 17th century farmhouse in Nottinghamshire, eight of the best properties on the market for around £1m.

Manor House, Glinton, Northamptonshire.

Manor House, Glinton, Northamptonshire. A Grade II-listed, 1630s farmhouse close to the village high street. It retains its original stone-mullion windows, exposed stonework and open fireplaces. The gardens include a two-storey malt house. 4 beds, 2 baths, 3 receps, study, kitchen, 1.55 acres. £1.1m Norton Rickett 01780-782999.

Birthwaite Hall, Barnsley, South Yorkshire

Birthwaite Hall, Barnsley, South Yorkshire. A Grade II-listed house believed to date back to medieval times. It has a great hall with an oak staircase, open fireplaces and shuttered sash windows. 7 beds, 3 baths, 3 receps, gym, stabling, gardens, paddock, woodland, 2.5 acres. £1m Simon Blyth Estate Agents via OnTheMarket 01484-973961.

Weston Hall, Weston Longville, Norwich

Weston Hall, Weston Longville, Norwich. A Grade II-listed Elizabethan country house built in 1588 with later additions and set in mature parkland. It has leaded-light windows, wood floors, exposed ceiling timbers and a grand ballroom with an ornate ceiling. The grounds include a moat and an octagonal folly built on the site of a medieval dovecote. 7 beds, 7 baths, 4 receps, 19.25 acres. £1.25m Strutt & Parker 01603-883602.

Hereford Road, Notting Hill, London W2

Hereford Road, Notting Hill, London W2. A two-bedroom garden flat in a stucco-fronted period building in a quiet residential street just off Westbourne Grove. The apartment has a large reception room that leads into a conservatory with floor-to-ceiling French doors opening onto a patio garden, which can also be accessed from the bedroom. 2 beds, 2 baths, recep, kitchen. £1.03m Marsh & Parsons 020-7313 2890.

Long Thatch, Pennington, Lymington, Hampshire

Long Thatch, Pennington, Lymington, Hampshire. A renovated, Grade II-listed cob house dating from the 1700s surrounded by south-facing cottage gardens. The house has wood floors, beamed ceilings, leaded-light windows, a large inglenook fireplace with exposed brickwork, a part-galleried reception hall and a kitchen with an Aga. 3 beds, 2 baths, recep, library, study/bed 4, garden room, oak-framed garage, workshop, 0.5 acres. £950,000 John D Wood 01590-540139.

The Tapp House, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire

The Tapp House, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. This house was built in 1969 by the architect David Tapp and includes a raised living space set on timber girders. It has timber-clad walls and a slotted plywood spiral staircase. 4 beds, 2 baths, 2 receps, kitchen, garden. £1.195m The Modern House 020-3795 5920.

Queensbury, Kent Road, Southsea, Hampshire

Queensbury, Kent Road, Southsea, Hampshire. This Grade II-listed house was designed by Thomas Ellis Owen and is situated in the Owen conservation area, a short walk from the seafront. It has wood and flagstone floors, period fireplaces and doors in the rear sitting room opening onto a balcony with steps leading down to a courtyard garden. 7 beds, 3 baths, 4 receps, breakfast kitchen, galley kitchen. £999,995 Fry & Kent 023-9281 5221.

Taylors Farm, Capel, Dorking, Surrey.

Taylors Farm, Capel, Dorking, Surrey. This Grade II-listed medieval hall house dates from the 13th century. It was originally two medieval halls, joined together with a parlour wing added in the 16th century and a 20th-century extension. It has exposed wall and ceiling timbers, leaded-light windows and an open fireplace with a wood-burning stove. The gardens include a 0.25 acre lake, a patio and a courtyard. 5 beds, 3 baths, 5 receps, 2 kitchens, conservatory. £1m+ Hamptons 01306-580182.

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