The best Tudor properties for sale now

From a timber-framed hall house dating back to 1542 in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridge, to an Elizabethan farmhouse in Norfolk, eight of the best Tudor properties for sale now.

The Brick House, Dunmow, Essex.

The Brick House, Dunmow, Essex.

The Brick House, Dunmow, Essex. A Grade II-listed, 1530s property in large gardens that include an orchard and ponds. It has a Tudor hall, leaded square casement windows, beamed ceilings, open fireplaces and a contemporary kitchen. 6 beds, 5 baths, 3 receps, study, indoor pool, spa, gym, 13 acres. £3.8m Savills 020-7075 2806.

The Moat, Benenden, Cranbrook, Kent.

The Moat, Benenden, Cranbrook, Kent.

The Moat, Benenden, Cranbrook, Kent. A Grade II-listed, 15th-century Wealden hall house with contemporary additions. It has exposed wall and ceiling timbers, open fireplaces and flagstone floors. The moated gardens include a lake, coach house and a car museum. 8 beds, 4 baths, 3 receps, study, 22 acres. £3.75m Knight Frank 01892-515035.

York’s Tenement, Yoxford, Saxmundham, Suffolk.

York’s Tenement, Yoxford, Saxmundham, Suffolk.

York’s Tenement, Yoxford, Saxmundham, Suffolk. A renovated, Grade II-listed Tudor house with medieval origins and 17th- and 19th-century additions. It has an open-plan dining kitchen with exposed beams, a brick floor and an open fireplace, and a Regency sitting room with large casement windows. 6 beds, 4 baths, 2 receps, garden, outbuildings, water meadows, woodland, 16 acres. £1.1m Jackson-Stops 01473-218218.

Baillie Hall, Great Chart, Ashford, Kent.

Baillie Hall, Great Chart, Ashford, Kent.

Baillie Hall, Great Chart, Ashford, Kent. This Grade II-listed Tudor manor house is situated on the edge of a village. It was extended in 1914 to incorporate Arts & Crafts influences that complement its original Tudor wings. It has leaded-light windows, beamed ceilings, a Tudor inglenook fireplace and a panelled dining room. 6 beds, 4 baths, 3 receps, study, breakfast kitchen, outbuilding, garden. £1.55m Strutt & Parker 01227-473707.

Hillside, Staple, Dartington, Totnes, Devon.

Hillside, Staple, Dartington, Totnes, Devon.

Hillside, Staple, Dartington, Totnes, Devon. A Grade II-listed, part-thatched cottage built in 1450 with Tudor additions and a contemporary kitchen. The cottage retains its Tudor ceiling beams, inglenook fireplace and has a plank and muntin screen. The kitchen has a vaulted beamed ceiling, slate floor, an Aga and a butler sink, and French doors that open onto the walled garden and terrace to the rear. 3 beds, bath, 2 receps, garage. £695,000 Marchand Petit 01803-847979.

Hay Farmhouse, Therfield, Hertfordshire.

Hay Farmhouse, Therfield, Hertfordshire.

Hay Farmhouse, Therfield, Hertfordshire. A restored, Grade II-listed, 16th-century Tudor hall house. It retains its original beamed ceilings, oak-panelled dining room and inglenook fireplaces. 6 beds, 3 baths, 2 receps, study, garden room, workshop, gardens, 1 acre. £1.85m. Fine & Country 0330-333 1060.

Linton House, Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridge.

Linton House, Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridge.

Linton House, Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridge. This timber-framed, Grade II-listed hall house dates back to 1542 and has been extended to incorporate a former bake house, which is now part of the kitchen. It has beamed ceilings, an inglenook fireplace, a wood-burning stove and a conservatory that opens onto a garden and dining terrace. 4 beds, 2 baths, 3 receps, breakfast kitchen, garage with studio above. £875,000 Savills 01223-347241.

Heath Farmhouse, Homersfield, Harleston, Norfolk.

Heath Farmhouse, Homersfield, Harleston, Norfolk.

Heath Farmhouse, Homersfield, Harleston, Norfolk. A Grade II-listed Elizabethan farmhouse in large gardens set far back from the road in the Waveney Valley. The house retains its Tudor colouring in several rooms, as well as many of its original 17th-century creased doors, cross-patterned brick floors, three original staircases, oak beams, an inglenook fireplace and a 17th-century game larder. 7 beds, 2 baths, 3 receps, garden, 0.7 acres. £750,000 Durrants 01379-852217.

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