5th May, 2016

Britain's most beautiful homes for sale

We’ve created an extremely selective range of the most beautiful homes across the country for your perusal. Grand gardens, sweeping views, amenities galore and with more rooms than your fingers can count, this is truly the crème de la crème of Britain’s homes. Prepare to be awed.

1. Dunchurch, Rugby, £600,000

Imagine your dream home? Timber beams, a thatched roof and period features throughout. Here is a charming cottage that ticks all the boxes. The house has five bedrooms and a detached period workshop. It dates from the 17th century.

2. Elegant splendour in this Cambridge beauty £3,500,000

This traditionally constructed home sits on an expansive 3 acres, with no space left unused. A tennis court, wildlife pond (complete with gazebo), and a generous al fresco dining area are only a few of the garden’s allures. Indoors you will find 7 bedrooms all with en suites, a swimming pool and a bright kitchen area with all the trimmings.

3. The Millers House radiates homeliness £1,750,000

The grandiosity of this home is softened by its apparent homeliness. Originating back to the 17th century, The Millers House has been carefully restored to a very high standard and retains a wealth of original and reclaimed features, including an impressive original spindle staircase, cast iron radiators and elegant bay and casement windows with deep sills. The beauty of the garden, featuring a water feature and tennis court is the cherry on top for this home steeped in history.

4. Classic meets contemporary in this 5 bedroom wonderland £1,395,000

The postmodern architecture in this property, juxtaposed with the beautiful landscapes of Royston, makes for a beautiful sight in the third of our most beautiful homes. Enriched with historical themes, it is the perfect blend of ‘high tech’, meets classic. The heated outdoor pool ends in a waterfall feature and overlooks the neighbouring land that seems to stretch on for miles.

5. A glowing treasure on West Hill £2,000,000

This incredible Victorian property boasts 7 bedrooms, five bathrooms, five reception rooms, a gym, a games room, a double garage and all of it surrounded by 3.3 acres of perfectly manicured lawns. For that, you will most certainly need the staff flat that is also attached with two bedrooms, a kitchen and a dining room. West Hill is a home of royal proportions and has us all awed.

6. Horbury Lane Wonder £1,250,000

Horbury lane offers the most picturesque family home we ever did see, with views from the rear overlooking a garden expanding 15 acres, and featuring a beautiful lake, stables and a covered pool. The home itself is a beautiful Victorian era country house, and sits like a jewel amongst the expansive estate.

7. Stunning barn conversion in Rotherham £600,000

It’s hard to imagine this regal home was ever a barn, as it could now compete with the best of period homes this country has to offer. The interior radiates warmth with its recurrent fireplaces and rich red carpets that lines the halls all the way through the house. This detached home feels private and distant, while only 10 minutes from the M1. Stunning country beauty that makes you want to get out of the cities.


Brighton terrace property calls to all the romantics £1,750,000

Brighton has a lot to offer, with its coast-meets-city vibe and lanes full of quirky marketplaces and cafes. It’s the terrace houses however, that are the true beauty of the East Sussex suburb and this earthy painted home one rivals most. The ultra-modern interior is a refreshing surprise in this home, but its sympathetic refurbishment means you can still gain an insight into its Victorian roots. The back terrace is adorned with greenery, in a way that suggests careful decision despite its unruliness. It’s a beautiful home in a beautiful location.

9. Greenery splendour in East Sussex £1,895,000

The rustic charm to this house makes it one of the most approachable beautiful homes on the market. The wooden interior gives the feeling of true country living, but will all the luxuries of a modern home. The garden however, is the biggest pulling point for this East Sussex glory, with a beautiful al fresco area and a pond that brings many fairy tales to mind. It’s real British beauty in near the south coast.


Dreaming of this island estate £1,850,000

The isle of Wright can often be forgotten about when considering the British geography, but dangerously so, as it holds some of the most eye-catching properties in the nation, including this 6 bedroom detached home in Shanklin. It’s not often that one home can encapsulate a country estate, while also possessing breath-taking sea views. In the Spring, the bluebells pop out in this gem on the coast, making the beautiful property even more beautiful.

11. Inner-city surprise £4,750,000

Homes in London immediately make you think confined living, amongst busy streets. This beautifully presented home strays from the conventional however, by offering up a seven bedroom property with a generous garden including a pool wide range of plant life. A necessary inclusion in Britain’s best homes.

12. Birmingham manor house demands reverence £1,995,000

This historically saturated home exudes luxury in a way that demanded our notice. A pillared entrance, spiralling staircases and wall-sized windows take your breath away in this eight bedroom home.


Open-mouth viewing in Monmouthshire £1,180,000

This Monmouthshire property is another classic British example of where country living can meet modern design in such a seamless way. Try this detached home with panoramic views of the Welsh mountains and a garden that will have you exploring for days before you can account for it all. And then venture inside, where you can view the latest film in a state-of-the-art cinema set-up and you truly have beauty in every form.


3.22 acres of wonderful near Ross on Wye

Take the steps to wonderful in this manor property between Ross on Wye and Monmouth. Inclusive of 11 en-suite bedrooms, it sits on an elevated position, commanding stunning views across the River Wye and beyond.

15. A house with all the trimmings, and then some £1,350,000

Pool? Check. Tennis court? Check. Perfectly landscaped gardens? Check. Children’s playground? Check. Very own lake? Check. Al fresco dining? Check. We don’t have any more questions about this Peterborough home other than, how can you beat that?

16.This rustic cottage will warm your heart £950,000

It seems apt to finish on this quintessentially British cottage that dates back to the seventeenth century. Tucked away from the village High street and enclosed by lovely gardens, it feels like home already. Built of local stone, it retains a wealth of original features which include beamed ceilings, feature fire places, stone mullion windows, flagged stone floors and a stone stair case. A true ode to Britain’s history and to the best beautiful homes across the country.

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