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The Most Charming Farmhouses on the Market Right Now

From Buckinghamshire to South Oxfordshire, these are the best farmhouses currently on the market

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Looking to move into a beautiful farmhouse? We have you covered. With traditional period features, gorgeous secluded grounds and surrounding scenic countryside, we’ve found the most charming farmhouses on the market right now…

1. Holmer Ridings, Buckinghamshire

Holmer Ridings

Built in the 18th century, this elegant Grade II-listed country house comes with additional equestrian pedigree, provided by a pretty stable courtyard, tack room, ménage, horse walker and lunging area. The property sits in privacy at the end of an impressive tree-lined drive (though Amersham, a picturesque market town, is close by) and is surrounded by paddocks and beautiful gardens, best enjoyed from the spacious, light-filled orangery. Available through Savills for £3,250,000

2. Dunsden Farm House, Dunsden Green, South Oxfordshire

Dunsden Farm House, Dunsden Green, South Oxfordshire

A charming Grade-II Listed home dating back to the medieval times, with 17th and 20th century additions. The house, which has spectacular views over the garden and surrounding countryside, has retained many of its original features with beamed ceilings and traditional fireplaces. Outside, there is a separate outbuilding, two terraces and a natural swimming pond. Available though Knight Frank for £3,600,000

3. Manor Farmhouse, Manor Road, Gussage St. Michael, Wimborne

Manor Farmhouse, Manor Road, Gussage St. Michael, Wimborne

A property offering an abundance of character, having remained in the same family for the past 70 years. With Georgian tall sash windows, decorative coving, original fireplaces and tall ceilings, it has retained many of its original architectural features. On the ground floor, there are four principal reception rooms with a large entrance hall leading to the wonderful cellar. The property is perfect for family living and entertaining guests with six spacious bedrooms, a tennis court, swimming pool and idyllic gardens. Available through Knight Frank for £2,500,000

4. Farm House, Cestayrols, Tarn, France

Farm House, Cestayrols, Tarn, France

Situated in Tarn in France, this gorgeous rustic farmhouse has featured in interior design magazines with its stunning blend of period and contemporary features. Along with classic modern facilities, the property comprises of seven bedrooms, both an indoor and outdoor kitchen, a wonderful sheltered terrace and a salt water pool with stunning views. Available through Hamptons for £792,000

5. Brittons Farm, Beach Lane, Beach Bristol

Brittons Farm, Beach Lane, Beach Bristol

Close to Bath, this delightful Grade-II Listed family home compromises of honey coloured stone revelations with many original architectural features. The exquisite 18th century Cotswold farmhouse has undergone an extensive renovation and modernisation of the highest standard, with polished limestone floors, underfloor heating, French doors leading to the stunning gardens and a luxurious master bedroom with mood lighting and a vaulted ceiling. Available through Strutt & Parker for £2,250,000

6. Blackberry Farm, Hartgrove, Shaftesbury

Blackberry Farm, Hartgrove, Shaftesbury

Blackberry Farm, a Grade-II Listed period property, sits on a quiet lane in gorgeous grounds of approximately three and a half acres with idyllic views of the surrounding countryside. The house features a mix of brick and stone with wonderful inglenook fireplaces, an open plan kitchen/family room and a stunning terrace. Available through Hamptons for £1,250,000

7. Brewery Farmhouse, Great Monegham, Kent

Brewery Farmhouse, Great Monegham, Kent

A charming Grade-II Listed period farmhouse, situated in the centre of the village. The property has been meticulously renovated and modernised whilst retaining many traditional features including moulded cornices, sash windows, exposed timbers and tiled flooring. Outside, the home has a stunning walled garden with an abundance of flowers, shrubs and climbing plants. Available through Bright & Bright for £1,375,000

8. Les Cateaux, La Rue Des Catieaux, Trinity, Jersey

Les Cateaux, La Rue Des Catieaux, Trinity, Jersey

A quintessential Jersey country house brimming with both charm and character. Les Cateaux has retained an abundance of period features with original granite inglenook fireplaces, wooden shutters, reception rooms with traditional panelling and granite door arches. Outside, there is a beautiful enclosed courtyard with a swimming pool, mature gardens and a large lawn – perfect for entertaining during the summer months. Available through Savills for £5,000,000

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