Homes in the centre of town offer fantastic access to restaurants, shops and pubs. Here is our round-up of the best properties close to the town centre.
Just a short walk from Leamington’s town centre, this Grade II* listed Regency villa provides a beautiful home in an exceptional location. Arranged over four floors with five bedrooms, this house retains many of its original period features. The property also benefits from a tree-lined walled garden.
A beautiful split-level maisonette is in the popular residential area of Fulham. The fantastic restaurants and bars of Fulham are all close by, and there are great transport links to access central London. The property is laid out over the first and second floors, with three double bedrooms an elegant living room with sash windows overlooking Cranbury Road, a newly fitted kitchen, and a fantastic decked roof terrace with south easterly views over the surrounding gardens.
A striking 18th Century Grade II* Listed house in the heart of the town, next to St Mary's Parish Church. Formerly the vicarage, the property offers beautifully presented accommodation over three floors and comes with stunning landscaped gardens of nearly half an acre. Hailsham is a historic town with shops, hotels, a tennis club and a library.
The Lanterns, previously the Rose & Crown pub until 1927, is a stunning example of Grade II Listed 17th Century architecture, located in the heart of Huntingdon, and within walking distance to the shops and station. The house offers a delightful blend of traditional period features, such as exposed beams, stained-glass windows and an open fireplace, mixed with modern contemporary additions. It has four bedrooms, three reception rooms and a conservatory.
The Beaufort Arms was once a popular hotel in the town of Monmouth, south-east Wales, with records dating back to the early 18th Century. In 1989, it was transformed into a collection of beautiful apartments. This property has a split-level living space that takes in views from the three tall sash windows. On the minstrel gallery, the kitchen and dining areas are perfect for hosting dinner parties.
This property has one of the most desirable addresses in the county: No.1 Yorkshire. In the heart of small market town of Bawtry, this Grade II Listed three-storey town house dates from the late 18th Century. It has since had a two-storey rear extension and has been restored, retaining original features with modern bathrooms and kitchen. The adjacent coach house provides garaging and storage with the possibility of creating additional accommodation.
This stunning, thoughtfully converted chapel in the heart of Woodbridge with parking and gardens is within walking distance of the town's amenities. The historic riverside market town is a hidden gem of Suffolk, boasting some of the best restaurants, pubs and shopping in the coastal area. The Old Chapel is a beautiful converted chapel with a fantastic double-height living space with bedrooms leading off from the first-floor gallery.
This Listed Georgian town house has character and charm after being sympathetically restored by the current owners over the past 20 years. It is bursting with original features, including original marble flooring in the entrance hall, sash windows allowing light to pour in, corniced ceilings, marble fireplaces, and original folding shutters. The property has six bedrooms, three reception rooms and dry cellar area, suitable for conversion.
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