Properties for sale for around £2m

From a renovated traditional mews house in Bayswater, to a Grade I-listed Elizabethan manor on the southern edge of Exmoor National Park, eight of th ebest properties on the market for around £2m.

Coupland Castle, Wooler, Northumberland

Coupland Castle, Wooler, Northumberland

Coupland Castle, Wooler, Northumberland. A Grade I-listed, 16th-century castle set in 25 acres of grounds. It has period fireplaces, a library in the Georgian portion of the castle and a crenellated tower with a spiral stone staircase. 11 beds, 5 baths, 4 receps, 3-bed lodge, 3-bed cottage. £1.9m+ Strutt & Parker 01670-516123.

Wilby Hall, Wilby, Norwich

Wilby Hall, Wilby, Norwich

Wilby Hall, Wilby, Norwich. A Grade II-listed, 16th-century country house with a range of traditional outbuildings. It retains its original doors, oak panelling, beamed ceilings and gun-barrel-turned balusters. 7 beds, 2 dressing rooms, 4 baths, 3 receps, library, 1-bed cottage, swimming pool, gardens, 11.46 acres. £2m Savills 01603-229229.

The Gart, Callander, Perthshire

The Gart, Callander, Perthshire

The Gart, Callander, Perthshire. An 1830s Scots baronial house with river frontage in an elevated position above the River Teith, overlooking Ben Ledi. The interior has been renovated by the art and design duo Stuart and Nikki McAlpine Miller and their artwork and furniture are included in the sale. 13 beds, 6 baths, 5 receps, gym, summer house, gardens, woodland, 12 acres. £2.1m+ Savills 0131-247 3738.

Lancaster Mews, Bayswater, London W2

Lancaster Mews, Bayswater, London W2

Lancaster Mews, Bayswater, London W2. A renovated traditional mews house in a popular location close to Paddington Station and Lancaster Gate underground. It has high ceilings, front and rear windows, a motorised roof light and a Juliet balcony. The contemporary interiors include heated bathroom mirrors and a wood-burning stove. 3 beds, 3 baths, recep, kitchen/family room, home office. £2.175m Knight Frank 020-7871 5060.

The Oast House, Frensham, Farnham, Surrey

The Oast House, Frensham, Farnham, Surrey

The Oast House, Frensham, Farnham, Surrey. A renovated 1830s former hop-drying store on the edge of a village in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The house has flagstone floors, leaded-light windows, beamed ceilings, open fireplaces with wood-burning stoves, an oak-panelled entrance hall, a roundel dining room and a covered balcony. 5 beds, 3 baths, 3 receps, dining kitchen, bar, study, 1-bed annexe, gardens, 0.6 acres. £2m Hamptons International 01252-216574.

Court Lodge, Hooe, Battle, East Sussex

Court Lodge, Hooe, Battle, East Sussex

Court Lodge, Hooe, Battle, East Sussex. A Grade II-listed, 17th-century house with a barn and cottage in the gardens. It has inglenook fireplaces, oak-panelled walls, exposed wall and ceiling timbers and leaded-light windows. 8 beds, 4 baths, 3 receps, 3.2 acres. £2m Batcheller Monkhouse 01424-775577.

The Manor House, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire

The Manor House, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire

The Manor House, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire. A renovated, Grade II-listed 18th-century manor with later additions in the centre of the town. The house retains its Georgian shutters, cornicing, sash windows and period fireplaces. The kitchen and dining room have French doors leading onto the garden. 6 beds, 3 baths, 2 receps, orangery, study, wine cellar, games room, bothy, walled garden. £1.8m Jackson-Stops 01386-840224.

Whitechapel Manor, Whitechapel, South Molton, Devon

Whitechapel Manor, Whitechapel, South Molton, Devon

Whitechapel Manor, Whitechapel, South Molton, Devon. A Grade I-listed Elizabethan manor on the southern edge of Exmoor National Park. It has a remarkably well-preserved interior with fine oak panelling and joinery, fireplaces with carved surrounds and plaster-moulded ceilings. 11 beds, 11 baths, 6 receps, wine cellar, 3-bed cottage, formal walled and terraced gardens, kitchen garden, woodland, paddocks, 13.7 acres. £2m Knight Frank 01392-423111.

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