Looking to move on? From an old mill to a penthouse flat, these £500k properties are new to the market
This traditional long house is found in the village of Bwlchgwyn, five miles from Wrexham in north-east Wales. It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and two outbuildings – and five acres of land.
£500,000 through Savills
Nestled at the head of Loch Melfort in Argyll is this waterfront house, perfectly situated for sailing. The house itself is well-presented with an enormous family kitchen and a dining room with open fireplace – but really, the views steal the show.
£495,000 through Savills
This 12th-floor, south-facing flat includes a conservatory – all the better to enjoy those sea views. With two bedrooms and a walk-in wardrobe (swoon), it’s a little oasis of luxury in the heart of Brighton.
£525,000 through Winkworth – call 01273 772175 to request details
If village life in a historic building sounds like your idea of heaven, then Croome House might be for you. It’s a three-bedroom property spread over four floors, with a lovely courtyard garden. Painswick is small and fairly sleepy, but Cheltenham and Stroud aren’t far away.
£490,000 through Savills
This split-level, converted three-bedroom flat is what you’d call a ‘project’ – it needs modernising, but has a prime position in central Richmond.
£550,000 (leasehold with share of freehold) through Winkworth
This detached 18th-century house in Dorset was once a functioning mill. The half-acre garden is one of its highlights, and inside you can expect timbered ceilings and open fireplaces.
£550,000 through Savills
3 The Strafford is one of three luxury flats in a gated courtyard. Look out for the stylish, well-appointed kitchen, where you’ll want to entertain friends while you cook.
£479,000 through Savills
A Victorian terraced house with tons of character, on the outskirts of London. Expect sash windows, shutters and fireplaces, and a back garden with a decked area for dining.
£525,000 freehold through Winkworth