From a 19th-century pilgrimage chapel near Toulouse, France, to a restored former Methodist church in Cambridgeshire.
From a 19th-century chateau with four acres and a swimming pool in Gascony, France, to a three-bedroom terrace near Fulham Broadway in London.
This week: houses with kitchen gardens – from a Grade II-listed Regency house in Dorset to a 15th-century manor in Oxfordshire
This week: properties for around £500,000 – from a restored watermill in Monmouth to a converted period warehouse in London’s Canary Wharf.
From a 17th-century former rectory with four acres in Hertfordshire to a traditional thatched cottage with wood-burning stoves in Devon.
From a Grade II-listed Georgian house with deer stalking and a private golf course in Oxfordshire to a restored 17th-century hall with one mile of fishing rights in Yorkshire.
This week: properties for around £1m – from a converted Victorian station house in West Yorkshire to a studio apartment in an Edwardian terrace in Kensington.
From a converted water tank on top of a residential building in east London to a Grade II-listed cottage with a walled garden in Berkshire.
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