From a farmhouse in Tuscany with a 14th-century round tower to a Grade II-listed former hunting lodge in Newport, Gwent.
This week: properties within commuting distance of cities – from a 16th-century house in Canterbury to a four-storey brownstone house in New Jersey.
This week: properties with tennis courts – including a three-bedroom flat in Notting Hill, London, a 17th-century stone house in Yorkshire and a converted barn in a hamlet in Tuscany, Italy
From a 1930s Arts & Crafts house in Shropshire to a country estate in Gwynedd with double-bank fishing rights on the River Artro.
From a former miller’s house close to the Aysgarth Falls in Wensleydale to a 17th-century thatched cottage in Norfolk.
From an 18th-century farmhouse in Lincolnshire with a converted stone tithe barn to a farmhouse with a party barn in Somerset.
From a one-bedroom penthouse apartment in London’s Saint Katherine Docks to a Georgian townhouse in Chester.
From a Victorian house in Berkshire with deep water mooring on the River Thames to a classic villa with a private boatyard on Lake Como, Italy.
From an award-winning barn conversion in the Howardian Hills in North Yorkshire to a stone farmhouse in Penzance, Cornwall.
From a Grade II-listed watermill on the Black Bourn River in Suffolk to a manor with formal gardens designed by Gertrude Jekyll in Surrey.