THIS BLACK and white, Grade II listed, 17th-century terraced cottage in Stoke by Clark, Suffolk goes by the name of 2 George's Cottages. Within earshot of the church bells (so silence-seeking townies need not apply), the three-bedroom cottage has a sitting room with inglenook fireplace and double-glazed French doors to the back. Double doors lead from the dining room through to the 14ft, fitted kitchen/breakfast room with a black Aga. The gardens are walled for privacy. GA (01787 277107) are looking for pounds 149,995.
BARTON HOUSE in Kennington, near Ashford, Kent, is a timbered Wealden hall house, extended several times in its history but retaining a Grade II listing. From the entrance hall, step down into the sitting room through an arched headed door. There's a large kitchen/breakfast room with walk-in larder and a crockery cupboard, a separate garden room for wellies and wet dogs, and a more formal drawing room and dining room. On the first floor you'll find four bedrooms, two loos and a bathroom. Offers around pounds 385,000 to Strutt & Parker (01227 451123).Reuse content