From fuchsia cottages to pale blue townhouses, we’ve got the low-down on the best colourful houses around from London to Cornwall and beyond…
10 of the Most Colourful Homes on the Market Right Now
1. Red Cliffe Parade, Bristol
With impeccable views of Bristol, this spacious 1 bedroom apartment is steeped in history and shows its Georgian heritage. Who wouldn’t want to call this fantasy-like multi-coloured row of houses their home?
2. Clay Point, Falmouth Harbour
For sale for only the second time since 1973, this blue gem takes its place waterside in one of the best positions on Falmouth Harbour. Fitting with its scenery, the blue exterior and pretty outbuildings are just what you need in your next home. We can’t think of anywhere else we’d rather live in Cornwall.
3. Westward Farm, Cambridgeshire
A wonderfully yellow home sits in the village of Winwick in Cambridgeshire. The period property offers spacious family living throughout and includes a barn and equestrian pony paddock– just when you thought country life couldn’t get any better…
4. Princes Gate Mews, London
This charming 5 bedroom mews house is tucked away in a sought-after location in the capital. Its unique pale blue exterior and roof terrace are only some of the property’s amazing features. With an abundance of glorious light throughout, you’ll feel like it’s summerevery dayy.
5. Compton House, West Sussex
This impressive Grade II listed Regency house looks like something out of a fairytale with its pink washed exteriors. Its mature walled gardens and extensive outbuildings create a fabulous entertaining space – but remember, don’t fall down the rabbit hole…
6. The Blue House, Norfolk
Suited to its name, The Blue House is an elegant and impressive property which sits inside the town of Watton. Situated over three floors, the property features mature front gardens which are bordered by trees, bushes and shrubs for your privacy. Even better? The property is gated and upon entrance, visitors will be greeted by a beautiful shingle driveway. .
7. Petersham Place, South Kensington
An immaculate 3 story mews house takes its place between Gloucester Road and Queens Gate. With its charming exteriors and balconies, who wouldn’t want to live on this yellow and blue lined street?
8. Bluebell Wood, Essex
The perfect combination of Tudor-esque exteriors and a splash of colour, this charming property sits in a discreet location within 4.3 acres of land. Its gardens feature a mature bluebell wood, the perfect private oasis!
9. Colville Road, Notting Hill
Boasting the most stunning exteriors, these two colourful flats are located within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. One on the ground floor and the other on the top floors, each flat comprises of 2 bedrooms. One flat is set over the ground floor and features a large reception room and a terrace. The other is set over the third and forth floors and features an open planned kitchen and reception room as well as a spacious balcony. Both properties boast period features as well as an impressive amount of light and views overlooking the pretty parade of multicoloured houses along the rest of the road. Available through for £1.25m and & for £1.99m.
10. Jubilee Place, Chelsea
A pink washed double fronted house sits in the heart of Chelsea. A landmark property, the house was built in Georgian style in the late 20th century and features lovely foliage around its windows and front door. A perfect example of country living in London, the spacious property is gated and even features steps to the entrance.
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