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10 of the Most Beautiful Village Houses on the Market Right Now


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10 of the Most Beautiful Village Houses on the Market Right Now

From tranquil Cotswold gems to Buckinghamshire's gothic houses, we've got the run-down...

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We love a classic English village – pristine lawns, friendly old pubs, charming church steeples. And these beautiful houses…

1. Hurlands Cottage, Dunsfold Village

Hurlands Cottage, Dunsfold Village

This stunning period cottage is located in a tranquil, semi-rural position in the borough of Waverley and sits on just under an acre of land. The enchanting property features ancillary outbuildings as well as a separate entrance drive. Its adorable, Tudor-esque exteriors look like something out of a fairytale, we just wish we could call this our home… 

2. The Old Vicarage, Pampisford

The Old Vicarage, Pampisford

This handsome property features a spacious conservatory leading out onto its well-kept gardens. Located in a picturesque village in Cambridgeshire and opposite St.John the Baptist Church, you’d be mad not to snap this property up. Always dreamed of having your own tennis court? Here’s your chance! 

3. Little Close, Bledington

Little Close, Bledington

Located in the beautiful Cotswolds, this property is nestled in the Evelode valley which is formed of a rectangle of streets. The village features a church, a green with a stream running through, and of course a pub (which recently won Pub of the Year). Offering the perfect family living situation, this village property even has an outbuilding for guests to come and visit.

4. Brick House, Kelvedon

Brick House, Kelvedon

This Grade II listed property is not only an impressive farmhouse, but is also considered to be of architectural and historical importance with dates back to the early 18th century. The elegant Brick House features a red brick front as well as sash windows and red clay tiles on its roof. The detached annexe and the colourful landscaped gardens offer the perfect summer entertaining space. Get your equestrian gear, on as the house features 2 acres of land and stables, too!

5. Crown House, Egham

Crown House, Egham

This impeccable property sits in a prime location inside the picturesque Englefield Green and overlooks the village’s green and cricket ground. Dating back to 1710, the elegant property is a fine example of a Queen Anne Residence. A combination of its period features with refurbished luxury living makes this house the ideal place to call home. Wondering where you’d keep your fine wines? An extensive cellar can be found downstairs for storing all your bottles.

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6. Thrift Cottage, Gotherington

Thrift Cottage, Gotherington

This adorable cottage full of character can be found in the village of Gotherington. The charming property still retains some of its period features such as inglenook fireplaces and timber beams. Upon entrance to the cottage, guests will walk through its mature front gardens and arrive at the stunning bricked entrance porch. Fancy a project? The house has a huge potential for further extension and modernisation.

7. The Old Rectory, Buckinghamshire

The Old Rectory, Buckinghamshire

This Grade II listed property takes its place over 4.5 acres of mature gardens and land. Originally built in the mid-1800’s, the Gothic-style house features arches and decorative patterns which make it brim with character. Offering the perfect private living situation over 2 floors, the property sits behind remote controlled gates and has security cameras throughout. Fancy going to the cinema? There’s no need to leave the house, as this property not only features a cinema room on the ground floor, but also has a bespoke hand built bar area. The house also features a separate Coach House for guests to rest their heads.

8. Hovingham Deodora House and Digger Cottage, Howardian Hills

Hovingham Deodora House and Digger Cottage, Howardian Hills

Two unique properties sit in the “Estate Village” of Howardian Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Hovingham Deodora House comprises of five bedrooms and is the perfect example of luxurious modern living with its stunning breakfast and dining rooms. Digger Cottage is to the rear and is set out over two floors, offering a well-proportioned living situation. Grab yourself a bargain with these two attached properties. 

9. Froggats Cottage, Alfold

Froggats Cottage, Alfold

This magical mustard-coloured house takes its place in an beautiful, rural farmland setting. Offering panoramic views of the South Downs, the Grade II Listed property is a reconstruction of a Wealden Hall House and features a large pond. Situated over 1.7 acres, the home offers a superb family living situation as well as several outbuildings for guests to stay. Ever wanted to get into gardening? With these landscaped gardens, you’ve got the perfect opportunity. 

10. Carnliath, Perthshire

Carnliath, Perthshire

An adorable property sits in a fabulous location not too far away from the highly desirable village of Strathtay. The sympathetically designed home offers a contemporary village space with pretty manicured gardens. The River Tay can be seen from the house and offers the perfect chance for Fishing or Water Sports activities in the Summertime.

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