Property: Three To View For Under pounds 200,000

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THE OLD Post Office in Norton In Hales, near Market Drayton in Shropshire, is a three-bedroom traditional house in one of the county's best-kept villages.

Surrounded by gardens, the creeper-clad property has a well-proportioned sitting room with sash windows and brick open fireplace and hearth. There's a separate dining room, breakfast room and 11'6" by 11'5" kitchen with fitted units and built-in oven and hob. There are also three large store rooms on the ground floor. Outside, the house has shutters to the first floor windows and pretty barge boarding.

Price pounds 180,000, details from GA 01630 658222.

WYVERNE, IN Broxted near Great Dunmow in Essex is a modern detached three- bedroom house with rural views at the back, towards the village church. Built in 1973, and recently extended, it had two reception rooms, dining room and separate kitchen and utility rooms.

The bedrooms have built in wardrobe cupboards and there is a separate shower room and bathroom. On the second floor, is a 11'6" by 6'5" study with fitted desk top and drawers, and an en suite loo. In the 114' garden there's a tandem double garage, lawns, shed and ornamental pond with water lilies. Price pounds 180,000, details from Trembath Welch 01371 872117

THIS 18TH-century Grade II listed house is in Canterbury and offers views over the Cathedral. It has previously been both a pub and a shop. Now a private, four-bedroom house, number 46 Broad Street is within easy walking distance of the city centre. Added to that, it has a 87ft walled garden and a garage.

The three-storey house has been partially improved, including a new roof just over 10 years ago, and it has a new 22ft kitchen and conservatory. The 31ft reception room has built-in shelves and double doors leading outside. There is another drawing room on the first floor. The price is pounds 185,000 and details are available from Cluttons Daniel Smith 01277 457441.

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