Property of the week: Living the high life

Situated in the tranquil lands of Berkshire, this week’s property is the epitome of luxury and modern living.   This extravagant party home is spread across three spacious floors and features a cinema room, sauna and a remarkable indoor pool.

Property of the week: An equestrian’s dream house

This week’s grade II country house is one for the horse lovers. Featuring a remarkable stable block, three paddocks, a hay store with wash area, a safe tack room, all with CCTV and alarm system.

Property of the week: Old Lancôme factory transformed into New York loft-style house

This property was once used as a factory by the famous French beauty brand Lancôme. It has now been converted into a Manhattan loft style living space, whilst still preserving the rawness of the original building through exposed rafters, vaulted roofs and iron pillars.

Property of the week: Renovated farmhouse located in stunning Isle of Coll

Dating back to 1880, this renovated farmhouse is perfect for those wanting to live a quiet life.   You can find this traditional stone built property on the north side of the Isle of Coll, well known for its untouched white sandy beaches and tranquil turquoise water.

Property of the week: A house fit for a Queen

Have you ever dreamt about living like a royal? This week’s property was said to be Queen Elizabeth the first’s favourite residence and was used by the monarchy as a walk-in-wardrobe.   The row of houses is known as The Wardrobe and was built by Henry VII with the sole purpose of storing royal clothing. It was originally one...

Property of the week: Victorian water towers with panoramic country view

This historically rich property lies in the town of Halsted, Essex and offers a spacious six-floor living space. With the ability to accommodate 250 people, it makes it the perfect venue for parties.

Property of the week: Derelict mill tower conversion into modern living space

This week’s property is a historic six-bedroom windmill tower conversion into a luxury and modern home located in the quiet village of Kirton, Lincolnshire.   In 1987 a landscape historian bought the property and it was decided that it would be designed into a home with the footprint of the original building firmly in place.

Property of the week: The dark secret of the 32 bedroom Ackergill Tower

Tucked away in the Scottish Highlands, the Ackergill Tower is one of the few castles of Scotland that remains intact and still holds its eternal glory.

Property of the week – The historic and iconic Sir Peter Scott East Lighthouse

Built in 1830 at Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire, the Sir Peter Scott Lighthouse carries a heavy burden of history. The lighthouse was primarily constructed for both working and living, as its basic lines are similar to those of a windmill. Various families associated with the local farming communities inhabited the property and served the river Nene authorities, as a customs...

Property of the week: A former chapel turned into a marvellous house

Conventional houses are for conventional people and this stunning 5 bedroom chapel conversion is definitely for those who seek uniqueness in their lifestyle. Located in Devizes, on the western edge of the North Wessex Down and west of Marlborough, Chapel House is set privately in its own green and peaceful surroundings and approached via private car parking.

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