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A pretty mews house close to the Thames, a charming Grade II-listed home in Wickham Bishops or an ex-village shop and tea room in Much Hadham. Which would you choose?
LONDON BUY OF THE WEEK: CHISWICK, £675,000
This mews house is rather more than a bit of all white — thanks to its W4 location, close to the Thames in the heart of Strand on the Green. A simple palette of whites runs throughout its open-plan kitchen and dining space and the 19ft reception room — all perfect for entertaining. There are two bedrooms, one en suite, and Kew Palace and Gunnersbury Tube are both only 10 minutes away. Through Faron Sutaria.

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OUT OF TOWN BUY OF THE WEEK: WICKHAM BISHOPS, ESSEX, £700,000
Head for the pretty Essex village of Wickham Bishops and set your sights on this Grade II-listed home, formerly the coach house to High Hall — a rather grand country pile. Manicured lawns, rustic red brick and Gothic leaded-light windows are all part of the charm of the extended four-bedroom home. The wood-panelled hallway leads to a lovely drawing room warmed by an open fireplace. The sitting and dining rooms and the kitchen/breakfast room all have fine views over the gardens, and trains run to London from nearby Witham and Hatfield Peverel. Through John D Wood.
 
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LIFE-CHANGER OF THE WEEK: MUCH HADAM, HERTFORDSHIRE, £695,000
The Stores — a glorious village home dating from early Tudor days — enjoys a prime setting, useful in its former life as, you’ve guessed it, the village corner shop and tea room. Now a 2,700sq ft four-bedroom home, it could happily convert back to a nice little earner, with the added sweetener of a self-contained annexe you could let, plus a garage. Through Savills.
 
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