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10 of the Best Listed Properties on the Market

From farmhouses to detached mansions, this is all the listed property inspiration you'll need.

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From Edwardian to Georgian, Victorian to Tudor-style, here are the 10 most glorious listed home in the UK…

1. Soames House, Kingston Upon Thames

Soames House, Kingston Upon Thames

Grade II listed Soames House is an exceptional country home in London’s Kingston Upon Thames. Sitting on Coombe Hill Road and within its own beautifully landscaped grounds, Soames House is full of character. Features of note are the Grade II listed living room, a marbled-floor reception area, a stone fireplace and a grand curved staircase. Available through Savills for £8.5m

2. Bramshill House, Hampshire

Bramshill House, Hampshire

Dating back to the Domesday Book of 1086, Bramshill is one of the largest and finest Jacobean Prodigy mansions in the UK. It’s Grade I listed, built in the early 17th century, and sits next to a historic deer park. Available through City & Country for £10m

3. Curricombe Farm, Wiltshire

Curricombe Farm, Wiltshire

Curricombe Farm is a 5-bedroom idyllic family country house in a peaceful rural location. Before receiving additions in the 17th and 18th Centuries, Curricombe Farm was built in the 16th century, and it’s wondrous age is clear through its attractive period features such as its cosy fireplaces, stone mullion windows, and timber floorboards and beams. Available through Knight Frank for £1.35m

4. Micklefield Green House, Rickmansworth

Micklefield Green House, Rickmansworth

Another lovely option for families – Micklefield House in Rickmansworth boasts 7-bedrooms and is conveniently close to York House School. It’s a modern home which is all that’s left of a mansion built in 1740, is Grade II listed and enjoys a whopping 5-acres of grounds, which includes a swimming pool, perfect for large summer parties. Available through Savills for £2.75m

5. 1 Barton Lodge, Whippingham

1 Barton Lodge, Whippingham

The gloriously Grade II Barton Lodge in the Isle of Wight is a historical house built in 1850, as part of Queen Victoria’s reconstruction of the Barton Estate. The original designs, drawn by Prince Albert, are now in the British Museum. It’s in an Area of Outstanding Beauty and has been the subject of generous renovation, whilst keeping some of its most charming original features such as the brick chimneys, stone fireplaces and the Royal Coats of Arms carved in stone on the house’s exterior. Available through Spence Willard for £385,000

6. Moorswater Lodge, Cornwall

Moorswater Lodge, Cornwall

Purchase Moorswater and take on an incredibly fun and fascinating renovation project. It’s Grade II listed with a distinct Tudor-Gothic style, a traditional ‘gentleman’s residence’ that requires modernisation. Overall, the property equates to about 5,600sq.ft with a detached cottage, and sits within 4½ acres of south-facing parkland grounds. Available through Lillicrap Chilcott for offers in excess of £650,000

7. The Manor House, Cambridgeshire

The Manor House, Cambridgeshire

With views over St Mary’s Church due to its lavishly elevated position, this 7-bedroom detached house shan’t be on the market for long. The Manor House, Grade II and dating all the way back to 1571, it’s been sympathetically restored and is now a prime example of Elizabethan architectural design. Available through Fine & Country for £2.45m

8. The Old Farmhouse, Dunsfold

The Old Farmhouse, Dunsfold

Grade II listed and with Georgian origins, The Old Farmhouse is a country house beauty in Stovolds Hill, Dunsfold. Amenities include a swimming pool and tennis court, and the magnificent en-suite master bedroom which also has a dressing room. There are a further 7-bedrooms and 3-bathrooms, each with spacious high ceilings and modern features. Available through The Grantley Group for £1.995m

9. Kimbrook House, Cambridgeshire

Kimbrook House, Cambridgeshire

Kimbrook House is a fine example of a property which boasts both traditional and modern features. It’s Grade II listed, Georgian, and is of ‘architectural and historic importance’. The interior boasts 6-bedrooms and bathrooms and 5-reception rooms, and the mature gardens have been upkept impeccably, featuring wonderful trees and a quiet meadow area. Available through Strutt & Parker for £2.65m

10. Brickhouse Farm, Congleton

Brickhouse Farm, Congleton

Nestled comfortably within 21.7 acres of its own land is Brickhouse Farm, a 6-bedroom Georgian property on Smithy Lane. The property consists of Brickhouse Farm, which has everything from bedrooms to snugs to pantries to flower and boot rooms, Brickhouse Barn which has a breakfast room, sitting room and further bedrooms, Brickhouse Garçonnière which has a workshop, mezzanine floor and lounge, and the gardens and grounds which are just sights for sore eyes with landscaped greenery and a walled courtyard. Available through Jackson-Stops for £4.25m 

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