The Best Fixer Upper Properties On The Market Right Now
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The Best Fixer Upper Properties On The Market Right Now

Ripe for renovation

On the hunt for a new project? These fixer upper homes are brimming with potential.

The Best Renovation Properties On The Market

The Manor House, West End, Sedgefield, County Durham

Georgian manor house with side extension.

While it’s currently used as office space, this Grade II* Listed mansion would make a handsome home (or a particularly fabulous boutique hotel). Its standout features include twelve bedrooms, a rear car park and a bar on the lower ground floor, and it also boasts a Blue Plaque bearing the name of its first owner, English judge Robert Wright, who built the property in 1707.  Available through Finest Properties for offers over £1 million

Hain Walk, St Ives, Cornwall

Aerial view of Cornish seafront home

Occupying a dreamy coastal position overlooking St Ives Harbour, this fixer upper property has bags of potential and unbeatable Cornish charm. It provides three reception rooms, four bedrooms and a bathroom, plus garaging, parking and stunning gardens. Available through Lillicrap Chilcott for offers around £2.25 million

Fulmer Gardens House, Windmill Road, Buckinghamshire

Red brick country home

This 14-bedroom country house sits within a gorgeous estate spanning 10.5 acres. It requires some modernisation, but you’ll spot many enviable features such as elaborate ceiling cornices, decorative panelling, ornate period fireplaces and parquet flooring. Available through Savills at a guide price of £4.95 million

Stowe, Buckingham

Exterior of castellated house in Stowe with sandstone brick, turrets, and a union jack flag flying from the top

Ever wanted to live in a castle? Now’s your chance. This one-of-a-kind property dates back to 1741 and offers five bedrooms, five bathrooms and three reception rooms, not to mention a range of outbuildings including an annexe and a party barn. Available through Knight Frank at a guide price of £3.95 million