For the price of a small London flat you could live in an immaculate thatched cottage, a stunning 16th century farmhouse or a bungalow set on a private plot. We picked our top 10 homes for around £500,000 in the UK.
This impressive family home with a separate two bed annexe offers a home with income or versatile living arrangements. The rooms are well proportioned with plenty of natural light. Five double bedrooms, four en suites, bathroom, modern kitchen, sitting room, dining room, snug and office.
A stunning Grade II Listed thatched cottage with four double bedrooms, three reception rooms and a former dairy/granary that could be converted into independent occupancy.
Illiwell Lane Barn is a charming detached barn conversion that is nestled in the quiet countryside hamlet of Masongill, located just five miles away from the popular market town of Kirkby Lonsdale. The property has five bedrooms.
A 16th century farmhouse of great character and charm with a range of outbuidings suitable for conversion to holiday cottages. It is situated in the hamlet of Bilbrook backing onto farmland. The property has seven bedrooms.
Beautiful former chapel in a stunning setting on the edge of a country village with field views all around. With woodland, heath and forest on the doorstep and thriving towns close by, this home is extremely well placed. The property has a unique charm throughout and enjoys delightful private gardens too.
This period farmhouse enjoys a rural setting with far reaching views set down a long tree lined driveway standing in approximately 9 acres. The property has four bedrooms.
This pretty three-bedroom Grade II Listed thatched cottage is tucked away down a private road lined with avenues of horse chestnut trees and is surrounded by landscaped gardens bursting with colour. It has kept its period features throughout and has three bedrooms.
Four bedroom dormer bungalow that was constructed in 1939, on a private plot of approximately 1 acre and with plentiful uncapped potential for modernisation and development. Surrounded by beautiful and informal gardens with versatile outbuildings.
Bluebell Cottage' is a unique detached family home which has been extended by the current owner to incorporate two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, further planning consent has been granted for the kitchen.
This property offers excellent, spacious family accommodation with four bedrooms. It is ideally situated in the sought after location of Feckenham Village. It is nearby to Feckenham Primary school, the local cricket and football club and is within walking distance to an outstanding local pub eatery.
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