This neat, pied-à-terre is a perfectly packaged, showcase of design and space-savvy ideas. It has small proportions but packs a punch with its urban polished concrete floors and exposed brick walls, tall, bay windows dressed with plantation shutters and a glossy, aubergine kitchen alongside open-tread, stairs up to a 'floating' glass, sleeping platform. Storage space can be found behind sliding wardrobe doors in the dressing area, while the shower room features Venetian plastered walls and mood lighting.
Fancy owning a slice of this former manor house in Warwickshire's rolling countryside? The two-bedroom flat in the village of Temple Grafton has a prime ground floor position giving the best views of the Cotswold hills plus doors you can thrown open to your own terrace and gardens. High ceilings, huge windows, a lovely fireplace and part panelled walls provide a touch of grandeur in the drawing room, the kitchen/dining room is perfect for entertaining, while both bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms. There is also a mass of cellar space and a large garage.
The pretty, lush, green spot of Corwen, close to Snowdonia National Park, Wales, is home to this five-bedroom beauty - complete with a life-changing package of two holiday-let cottages you can earn handsomely from. Plenty of beams, open fires and exposed stone can be found in the main house, along with bags of versatile, family space, including a spacious studio/music room. The holiday cottages - originally Almshouses - each have two bedrooms, stone fireplaces and idyllic views over colourful gardens.