Property search: Brixton, Hampshire or Suffolk?

The budget is £600,000 this week and the choice is between a stylish flat in Brixton, a school conversion in leafy Heckfield and a thatched cottage with gym, sauna, additional holiday cottage and four acres in Wilby.
LONDON BUY OF THE WEEK: BRIXTON, £595,000
This 1,257sq ft Brixton flat has had a gorgeous refit, with solid wood floors leading from a wide entrance hall into a plush reception room with high ceilings, smoky grey walls and a feature fireplace. Striking black cabinetry cuts a dash in the kitchen which is open-plan to the dining space. Both double bedrooms are light and airy and the bathroom has a deep, rolltop tub.  A communal roof terrace provides attractive outside space. Through KFH.

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OUT OF TOWN BUY OF THE WEEK: HECKFIELD, £500,000
Enjoy a scholarly retreat at The Old School, a 17th-century former school in the leafy Hampshire village of Heckfield. The location offers a complete change of pace from the city in the shape of glorious country walks. The house itself sits in lovely gardens that back on to deep woodland, while inside has bags of lateral space — there’s a 21ft living room with a vaulted ceiling and wood burner, kitchen and dining rooms with original parquet floors, three bedrooms and a fourth bedroom/home office converted from the loft space. Through Carson & Co.
 
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LIFE CHANGER: WILBY, £565,000
Grade II-listed Sundial Cottage in the Suffolk hamlet of Wilby comes with a two-bedroom holiday cottage with gym and sauna, triple garage space you could convert into guest rooms, plus four acres of grounds with two ponds and an area of wetland. This lovely thatched property features beams and cosy log-burners in the reception rooms, a kitchen that leads to a conservatory, plus two bedrooms and an attic room upstairs. Through Abbotts.
 
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