House prices differ in each and every region of the UK. From city pads to chic country homes, we reveal 10 properties worth £1 million.
Centrally located within the highly sought-after riverside village of North Fambridge is this impressive five-bedroom detached family residence situated on an approximately 0.25 acres featuring a superbly landscaped gardens with uninterrupted countryside views over the Dengie Paninsular. This beautiful country home benefits from a generous, open-plan kitchen and breakfast room leading to a conservatory, in addition to a seperate lounge, a family room and a dining room.
Queensbury is an imposing Victorian townhouse situated in the heart of. The accommodation is arranged over four primary floors with five reception rooms, six bedrooms, and three bathrooms. The accommodation is versatile with living space for the growing family an au-pair or nanny, or even those wishing to work from home or with specific hobbies. The large sash windows provide extensive natural light and the accommodation flows in an easy fashion over a variety of different levels. Being located within close proximity to Southsea Common, the Victorian promenade and seafront, yet only a few hundred yards from the main shopping facilities.
This imposing five-bedroom detached family home is full of character features with beautiful gardens set behind electric gates, situated in a sought-after location close to Leamington & County Golf club. The home benefits from two bathrooms, sitting, dining and snug rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility and pantry, a cellar, summer house, Hobbit house and private gardens.
Fellbeck Farm is a beautiful four bedroom Grade II Listed historic farmhouse, dating from the 17th century, located just outside the picturesque Eden Valley market town of Appleby-in-Westmorland. Exceptionally presented, the property has many distinctive period features and includes a self-contained annexe, extensive outbuildings and seven acres of grounds and paddocks.
This beautiful Grade II Listed thatched property with origins believed to date back to the late 18th or early-19th century has been recently refurbished and extended to boast a complimentary blend of modern day living and period charm. Formerly two cottages, the property consists of two well-proportioned reception rooms with feature Inglenook fireplaces, a home office and an impressive open plan kitchen-dining room with corner bi-folding doors to the garden.
Salisbury Villa is a resplendent stand-alone residence listed for its architectural and historic interest. The Grade II Listed property offers many original period features and versatile accommodation over three floors. The home also benefits from gated parking, a basement/wine cellar, a private garden, and cathedral and castle views. It is also located within a prestigious school catchment area.
Built over three storeys with stone mullion windows, arches and bays against the red brick structure, this outstanding home has come to market for the first time in 23 years. The townhouse features flexible accommodation throughout with outstanding fixtures and fittings, six bedrooms including a two-bedroom guest suite, a drawing room, orangery, and wonderful landscaped gardens.
This unique detached cottage is historically linked to Queen Victoria and has been totally reinvented by its current owners, whose vision for the house has combined artful design with practical features. This unique home offers a newly built garden studio, period features throughout, and a walled courtyard garden.
Set in approximately 6.5 acres, this unique home is situated amongst the picturesque North Buckinghamshire countryside between Stewkley and Mursley. The property is set over two floors with four bedrooms in total. The ground floor has a delightful reception/dining hall with a galleried landing, cloakroom, large sitting room, study/family room, kitchen/breakfast room, and a utility room. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a sweeping gravel driveway extending the width of the property. The rear garden is laid to lawn with a paved seating area leading to a fishpond.
Located along a quiet lane in the peaceful village of Troutbeck, Brantwithern is a striking architecturally designed five-bedroom detached residence that has been in the same ownership since it was built in 1981. The unique family home offers beautiful views over Lake Windermere and the Lakeland Fells, which can be enjoyed from the first-floor mezzanine and elvated balconies on the property.
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