Looking for your dream home? You’re in the right place. From elegant townhouses to sprawling country estates, check out our round up of the best new properties to go on the market, updated weekly. The Best New Homes on the Market
1. Albany Park Road, Kingston
A welcoming yet spacious detached family home on the outskirts of London, this six-bedroom Victorian house is just a few steps away from a scenic stretch of the Thames and the delightful Canbury Gardens. It has high ceilings and elegant proportions throughout, as well as a beautiful garden. Uniquely, it boasts a loft conversion with ample space and light (currently a nursery) that would make a superb artist’s studio, entertainment or exercise space.
Available through Savills for £2.7m
2. Ka Lae Kiki, Kauai, Hawaii
On the market for the first time in over 50 years, this spectacular oceanfront estate occupies a scenic point along the Poipu Beach coastline, with almost 500 feet of frontage in total. With a laid-back but subtly luxurious aesthetic, the open-plan design of the beautiful house fully utilises its unforgettable views, and an atmospheric saltwater pool built into the very coastline is part of what makes the property truly special.
Available through Corcoran Pacific for $15.5m
Best Properties for Garden Parties 3. Whistler’s Wood, Woldingham
A classic Tudor Manor, Whistler’s Wood dates back to the 16th century Norfolk, but was painstakingly rebuilt in Woldingham at the beginning of the last century. It’s a proper period home that’s nevertheless fully suited to modern living, with a distinct brightness thanks to lightened wooden beams, larger windows and new tiled floors. With five en-suite bedrooms occupying the upper floor, the property also has a stylish open-plan living area and magical gardens.
Available through Hamptons International, offers over £4m 4. Château des Valettes, Bar-Sur-Loup
Refurbished to the highest standard, this property epitomises the elegance and grandeur of a classic French château. The surrounding parkland – including cypress-filled grounds, a beautiful water feature, chic pool and shaded tennis court – creates an atmosphere of sublime privacy and seclusion, while the magnificent house itself boasts frescoed ceilings, original floors and a cavernous wine cellar.
Available through Knight Frank for €12.5m
5. Graham Road, Hackney
Meticulously renovated by interior designer João Botelho (and also used as his showroom), this five-bedroom end-of-terrace house is perfect for those looking to get creative. It’s spread over 3,000 square foot across four floors, with grand proportions and a beautiful Tuscan-inspired garden, There’s a study, garden room and summer house, all of which are begging for an easel or a potter’s wheel to be installed.
Available through Hamptons International for £4m
6. Thimble Hall, Hampshire
A fairytale house complete with charming thatched roof, Thimble Hall is a wonderfully bright, cosy country home surrounded by pretty gardens and neighbouring woodland. With heigh ceilings throughout, the house has numerous period features, including a large open fireplace, as well as an abundance of space for outdoor entertaining on the sunny terrace.
Available through Myddleton & Major for £1,750,000
7. Callcott Street, Chelsea
Situated on a quiet street in Chelsea’s colourful Hillgate Village, this three-storey period home boasts architect-designed, sleek contemporary interiors, with clean lines, pale wood flooring and an abundance of light throughout. Additional desirable features come in the form of a rooftop terrace and tranquil walled rear garden, accessible from the open-plan kitchen/dining room.
Available through The London Broker for £2,650,000
8. Beaufort House, Fowey, Cornwall
With a sublime waterfront location and its own slice of beach, Beaufort House is a dream property whether you’re a keen sailor or not (though with private mooring access, there’s really no reason not to be). A classic Georgian townhouse, it’s spread over three storeys, with stylish interiors incorporating period features and an air of classic luxury throughout. The layout of the house is also such that its marvellous views can be enjoyed from the majority of the bedrooms.
Available through John Bray & Partners, offers over £2m
9. Girdlers Road, Kensington
A classic London townhouse, this five-bedroom property enjoys excellent ceiling height, bright entertainment spaces (spread over two spacious floors) and numerous period features, from fine marble fireplaces to elaborate cornicing. To the rear lies an impressively-sized garden and terrace area, which faces the double height windows of the formal reception room.
Available through Finlay Brewer for £3.8m
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The Old Parsonage, Harrogate
A short distance form the historic spa town of Harrogate, the Old Parsonage is a beautiful Grade II-listed country home set in pleasant, mature gardens. Featuring six bedrooms and five reception rooms, the spacious, contemporary accommodation is arranged over three floors, with a shaker-style kitchen, gym, music room and a large, sun-dappled orangery.
Available through Strutt &Parker for £1.9m
San Quirico D’Orcia, Tuscany
Live out your dream of a home under the Tuscan sun at this glorious villa. Surrounded by landscaped gardens, vineyards and olive groves, and dotted with cypress trees (that quintessential symbol of Tuscany), the former 11th century abbey has been converted into an incredibly stylish home, with atmospheric interiors, eight spacious bedrooms, a chic swimming pool and marvellous views over to Montalcino.
Available through Knight Frank for €3,995,000
The Old Vicarage, Cambridge
A charming, detached Victorian property, the Old Vicarage is a bright home with six bedrooms and plenty of character. Outside, the gorgeous landscaped grounds are full of lavender and shaped hedges, extending to over an acre in total. There’s also an impressive leisure complex, with a sauna, gym and long indoor swimming pool under a beamed high ceiling.
Available through Cheffins for £1.6m
Little Haugh Hall, Suffolk
An exceedingly fine and stately manor in West Suffolk, Little Haugh Hall is typically Georgian in style, Grade II* listed and dating back to the 18th century. Inside, beautifully proportioned rooms are filled with period features attesting to the property’s history and grandeur: they include a dramatic carved staircase with a magnificent painted ceiling, elaborate fireplaces and elegant wall cornicing in the reception rooms. Sitting in over 160 acres of parkland, the property has gardens, stabling facilities and outhouse accommodation, all in a sublime lakeside surrounding.
Available through Strutt & Parker for £6,350,000
The Penthouse at Gasholders, King’s Cross
Part of the exciting regeneration of King’s Cross, the apartments at Gasholders are a rare chance to live in a heritage property with the ease and comfort of a custom designed modern space. The three-bedroom penthouse, designed by London-based interior design studio Suna, has a sleek mid-century aesthetic and an incredible 1000sq/ft rooftop terrace. Despite the hum of the numerous boutiques and eateries in Coal Drops Yard just moments away, the property’s canal-side position affords it serenity and quiet.
To enquire about prices and availability, get in touch with Gasholders London
Located in the Provençal village of Bonnieux, this traditional stone home is the perfect
European bolthole to enjoy year-round sun in the south of France. Split between two levels, it features three bedrooms, plenty of spaces for al fresco entertaining, a stylish swimming pool area and a vaulted wine cellar, ideal for storing all your accumulated Bordeauxs and Burgundys. Available through Knight Frank for €1,250,000
York House, Cheltenham
Set in verdant gardens in an idyllic valley location, York House is a cosy Grade II-listed home built of warm Cotswold stone, with a vine-clad façade and distinct trellised porch. Interiors are bright and contemporary, but seamlessly integrate the original Georgian features of the house. It’s surrounded by 3.5 acres of land, with beautiful gardens and breathtaking valley views; the Cheltenham area is also particularly known for its quality schooling.
Available through Butler Sherborn for £1,850,000
High House, Exeter
An elegant home painted a delicate shade of blush, High House – as the name suggests – occupied an excellent elevated position on the west side of Devon’s picturesque Exe Estuary, affording it unspoilt countryside views which encompass the nearby Powderham Castle and its estate. The house itself features six bedrooms, comfortable kitchen with Aga and an elegant drawing room, with multiple sets of French doors which open onto the veranda and the property’s lovely gardens, extending to 1.2 acres in total.
Available through Strutt & Parker for £1.25m
Farriers House, Cotswolds
If you’ve been dreaming of a cosy Cotswolds pied-à-terre, look no further than Farriers House. Lying at the heart of Northleach, a traditional market town, it is a classic Grade II home and a historic property dating back to the 15th century. As such, it’s an atmospheric house full of period touches, with a Georgian façade and surprisingly large walled garden at the rear.
Available through Butler Sherborn for £895,000
Court Farm, Buckinghamshire
Fronted by a classically symmetrical façade, the Grade II-listed Court Farm is an elegant Georgian property dating back to 1771. The house has benefitted from sympathetic modernisation, creating light, unfussy spaces for living and entertainment. Outside is just as pretty: there’s formal gardens, a lovely outdoor patio flanked by topiary and borders, a shaded swimming pool, stables and separate summer house.
Available through Savills for £4,750,000
Crockham House, Kent
Thought to date back to the 15th century, Crockham House is instantly recognisable as a property of historic and architectural significance. Listed as Grade II*, the seven-bedroom house is a fine period property throughout, with wood flooring, exposed timber beams 17th-century panelling and inglenook fireplaces. Of particular note are the gorgeous gardens, designed by National Trust co-founder Octavia Hill: the expert landscaping makes for a truly enchanting outdoor space.
Available through Knight Frank for £3.5m
Ensleigh Lodge, Ham
With a distinct double-fronted façade, Endsleigh Lodge is a beautiful Georgian property situated near the duck pond in picturesque Ham Common. Contemporary interiors complement the multitude of period features found in the house, including original shutters, ornate Regency fireplaces and bay windows. Towards the rear, a sleek extension houses a vast, stylish entertainment space, including a state-of-the-art kitchen and the dining are, which opens onto the spacious, west-facing garden.
Available through Savills for £4,250,000
Culverhayes, Okehampton, West Devon
Built in the late 19th century, Culverhayes lends itself perfectly to family living as a cosy property with plenty of period character. In the main house, principal rooms are light-filled thanks to its favourable situation, and extra accommodation is provided in the form of two superbly-restored cottages, ideal for use as guest spaces or to lease. The magical gardens feature a sun-trapping terrace and gently sloping lawn, leading down to a spring-fed water feature bordered by colourful flowers.
Available through Knight Frank for £2m
Whitewater Mill, Hampshire
A dreamy waterside property surrounded by romantic formal gardens, the history of Whitewater Mill goes back at the very least to the 1600s, when it was listed as a working mill, part of the Tylney Estate. As expected for a property of such historical calibre, it is full of character features like wooden panelling, exposed beams and period fireplaces, and well as some quirks unique to the original milling process. Today, the river is still home to trout, ducks and swans, providing opportunity for beautiful walks and wild swimming that just adds to the many charms of this magical home.
Available through Hamptons International for £3,750,000
The Old House, Gloucestershire
Situated in the historic village of Frenchay, the elegant Old House offers plenty of versatile accommodation space just five miles from the bustling centre of Bristol. It served as the former home of mountaineer and explorer Francis Fox Tucket, who founded Dunedin in New Zealand and is commemorated by a
blue plaque on the property’s Georgian façade. Despite its name, the property is anything but stuffy, having been carefully restored to combine the classic with the contemporary, with plenty of period features as well as a beautiful south-facing orangery. Available through Knight Frank for £1,595,000
Moor Cottage, Godalming
With a Tudor façade and history going back to the 16th century, Moor Cottage is the picture of a cosy period home, located on the edge of the popular village of Hambledon. Inside, the comfortable interiors are imbued with historic charm, encompassing restored ceiling beams, exposed original brick and open fireplaces. The house has been sympathetically restored to make it more suitable for family life, and now features well-proportioned bedrooms and good ceiling heights.
Available through Hamptons International for £1,975,000
Salterbridge House, Co. Waterford, Ireland
One of the Great Houses occupying the Blackwater Valley in
Ireland’s picturesque Co. Waterford, the 18th century Salterbridge House is a grand period property commanding outstanding views of the surrounding country; throughout its history, the house was only sold once, in the 1940s. The impressive estate of 136 acres encompasses a spacious stable yard and separate Steward’s House (with five bedrooms), while the Regency-style house itself features eight bedrooms, elegant interiors with period accents and a dramatic central staircase. Available through Christie’s International Real Estate for €3,250,000
Haberton Manor, Devon
Clad in wisteria and climbing rose, this handsome country house is set in beautifully landscaped gardens and enjoys a sunny exposition. Dating back to the 17
th century, it has classic Georgian features like sash windows and original beams, along with contemporary décor and a stylish granite-topped kitchen. Spread over six and a half acres, the grounds include a productive fruit and vegetable garden, a large outdoor terrace, paddock, hard tennis court and heated swimming pool. Available through Stags for £3m.
Glansevern Hall, Montgomeryshire
Approached via a long, chestnut-lined avenue, the Grade II* Glansevern Hall is a Regency home straight out of an Austen novel, with a magical waterfront position within its own parkland. Incredibly well-preserved since its inception in the early 19
th century, the principal house has a wealth of period features, including original fireplaces, intricate cornicing and wood panelling in the elegant reception rooms. The house is surrounded by 25 acres of beautiful gardens, offering numerous opportunities for seasonal walks. Available through Savills for £2,650,000
With incredible sea views over the Corfu Channel, this elegant villa is the dream Greek island property, within walking distance of the beach. Beautifully designed throughout with five bedrooms, shaded outdoor dining areas and a heated infinity pool, the villa was also built to environmentally-friendly specifications.
Available through The London Broker for £1,850,000
A charming Georgian home with a lovely façade, this Grade II-listed property has sash windows, spacious reception rooms and an elegant flagstone entrance hall. Outside, the house is surrounded by beautiful landscaped grounds, with shaped topiary, lawns, floral beds and a kitchen garden.
Available through Knight Frank for £1,950,000
Beachampton Hall, Buckinghamshire
Set in a historic village in the middle of Buckinghamshire’s beautiful countryside, Beachampton Hall is an architecturally interesting, stately country manor dating back to the 17
th century. Interiors seamlessly combine the multitude of period features – including mullioned windows, flagstone floors and ceiling beams – with all the comforts of modern living. Another draw are the landscaped grounds, which lead down to stream running into the River Great Ouse. Available through Savills for £3.5m
Ladbroke Grove, W10
A classic London property, this is an uncommon opportunity to own a substantial townhouse in popular Ladbroke Grove. The property has graceful proportions and a south-facing position, lending the generous reception rooms – with double ceiling heights and period features – plenty of natural light. A bright conservatory overlooks the garden, which has an additional room, ideal for use as a home office or studio.
Available through Maskells for £9,250,000
The Lindens, Alresford
Country and town life collide in the heart of bustling Alresford, a Georgian market town on the outskirts of rolling countryside. This elegant Grade II-listed property is the perfect family home, having undergone significant restoration to now provide spacious, open plan living while retaining character features like oak flooring and open fireplaces. In the bright kitchen/dining room, French doors open up onto the substantial, south-facing garden, which comes with a private studio.
Available through Knight Frank for £2,650,000
Midford Place, Bath
Only a short drive from the centre of historic Bath, this beautiful Regency villa enjoys panoramic, southernly views over the rolling of the Midford Vale, part of a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Inside, reception rooms retain charming original features like working shutters, bell pulls and chimneypieces, while the upstairs bedrooms are spacious with fine views. The grounds, set over 10 acres, feature many mature trees, sweeping lawns, a swimming pool, tennis court and even a secret garden.
Available through Savills for £3,300,000
The Old Granary, Beaminster
A cosy family home in a Victorian granary, this four-bedroom property is set in a quiet location looking over a small courtyard, with its own walled garden. Spread over three floors, it features three comfortable reception rooms, a kitchen with a two-oven Aga and separate dining room.
Available through Knight Frank for £695,000
Filmer Road, Fulham
A former school keeper’s house, this property has been extensively refurbished and modernised to create an incredible reception space, with 3m-high ceilings and French doors opening out onto a terrace. With a total of five bedrooms, the house is arranged over four floors, with a separate kitchen/dining room, study and spacious entrance hall. Outside, there’s plenty of spaces for dining and outdoor entertainment. Unusually for the area, the house is detached – lending it an abundance of light from all sides – and Grade II-listed.
Available through Knight Frank for £2,550,000
The Limes, Lincolshire
With its flower-clad façade and lovely, south-facing gardens, the Limes is a gorgeous 17th century stone house with cosy farmhouse-style interiors. it’s set away from the main road within its own walled gardens and lawns, which provide a romantic backdrop for outdoor dining with vies onto an elegant water feature and fountain. The property also comes with a charming Grade II-listed cottage, with three bedrooms and its own kitchen and reception room.
Available through Strutt & Parker for £1,450,000
Highshore Road, Peckham Rye
Moments from the buzzy centre of Peckham, this three-bedroom Regency period family home features cool, minimalist interiors with original elements, like beautiful feature fireplaces. There’s a spacious kitchen/reception area with a Shaker-style kitchen, bedrooms with windows looking onto the large back garden and a generous cellar space, ready to be converted into the recreational space of your dreams. The house is well-positioned in a sunny cul-de-sac, within walking distance of the area’s independent boutiques, eateries, cocktail bars and the much-loved Peckham Plex cinema.
Available through Mundays for £1,995,000
Villa Victoria, St Tropez
A stunning luxury villa in the south of France with views over the Pampelonne bay– what more could you want? Villa Victoria has airy, contemporary interiors that make the most of its extraordinary situation with full-height windows and doors leading to sunny spots for outdoor entertaining. Outside, manicured lawns surround a stylish, minimalist swimming pool with a chic wooden deck – just the spot for lounging around and catching some rays in this sun-soaked Côte d’Azur haven.
Available through Beauchamp Estates, POA
Fauld Manor, Staffordshire
A quintessential country manor, this property sits within its own sprawling grounds on the Staffordshire/Derbyshire border, a famously beautiful part of the country. With a multitude of character features including wooden beams and mullioned windows, the atmospheric interiors of Fauld Manor are matched by its beautiful landscaped gardens, which provide year-round colour.
Available through Fine & Country, Derbyshire via OnTheMarket for £1.5m
Harley Gardens, Chelsea
Presenting an exceedingly rare opportunity to own a large family house in the heart of Chelsea, this property is wider than the traditional London townhouse, with graceful proportions, high ceilings and bay windows. With six bedrooms and excellent spaces for hosting large parties both inside and outside in the cosy patio, it’s perfectly suited to both family life and entertainment. Harley Gardens is one of Chelsea’s quiet residential spots, still within walking distance from the shops and restaurants of Fulham Road and Kensington High Street.
Available through Knight Frank for £9,950,000
Johnstone Street, Bath
A classic example of Bath’s famous Georgian architecture, this six-bedroom home is Grade I-listed but fully modernised and equipped for family life. There’s nevertheless an abundance of beautiful period features, such as the original stone floors, cantilevered staircase, ornate ceiling cornicing and marble fireplaces. Upstairs, the first floor rooms have been combined, providing a graceful reception space with views onto try Bath home playing field. Making the most of the morning and afternoon sunshine, the garden – with a flagstoned dining terrace – is designed for year-round enjoyment.
Available through Strutt & Parker for £2,850,000
The Manor House, Limpley Stoke
With a grand façade and beautiful front and rear gardens, this elegant Grade II property has all the hallmarks of a traditional manor home, amended over the years to make it fully equipped for modern living. In a charming E.M. Forster twist, an Edwardian boathouse provides a tranquil outdoor seating spot, facing the River Avon and the occasional meandering swan. A picturesque village, Limpley Stoke falls within a conservation area and is also a short drive away from Bath.
Available through Strutt & Parker for £2.25m start the slideshow
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