Property: Three To View - For A Cottage Industry

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GREAT MOAT Barn in Buckland Village, near Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, is a thatched converted barn standing in an acre of grounds backing onto countryside. Converted 10 years ago, it has a full-height vaulted 30ft drawing room with cruck beam, oak stripped flooring and oak joinery. A 26ft sitting room on a gallery overlooks the main reception room, a dining room and a large kitchen/breakfast room. It has four bedrooms, a double garage block, workshop, garden room and enclosed courtyard. pounds 465,000 through Brown & Merry (01296 622855).

STILEMAN'S WELL, near Rye in East Sussex, is a Grade II listed four-bedroom cottage standing in its own acre of cottage gardens. It has a typical pitched peg tile roof, a 24ft drawing room with exposed ceiling beams and an inglenook fireplace and doors opening onto the gardens. There is a study, combined kitchen and dining room, a shower room and a bathroom. In the gardens there is a detached timber framed former stables, garage and lawns running down to a shallow valley with a stream. Offers around pounds 295,000 to Phillips & Stubbs (01797 227338).

LITTLE COURT in St Peter's Broadstairs, Kent, is a wisteria covered, restored four-bedroom Georgian house with an acre of grounds which include a walled front garden, courtyard, former stable and rear garden divided into formal and wild areas, with vine-covered pergola. Inside, the 23ft reception hall has flagstone flooring and oak wall panelling. It has a sitting and drawing room, conservatory, farmhouse kitchen (with pale blue Aga), pantry and scullery. The main bedroom has a carved fireplace with marble hearth. pounds 350,000 through GA Town & Country (01227 781155).

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