Orchard Place in Hidcote Boyce, near Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, is a Grade II listed four-bedroom house extensively restored by the owners. It has flagstone floors, mullioned windows, oak-boarded floors, walls and doors and three inglenook fireplaces. There are three rooms in the attic and two above the utility room. There's also a small cottage with planning permission for restoration and extension. Agents Knight Frank are asking pounds 385,000 (01789 297735).

A 16th century former pub-turned-restaurant, The Angel, is a landmark in Burford, a magnet for tourists. Dating from around 1548, it's built of stone, with slate roof and sash windows. Grade II listed, with open stone fireplaces, flagstone floors and beamed ceilings, it has the vital extra anyone needs in this busy town - two parking spaces. It's thought it would convert into a substantial five-bedroom house. Agents FPD Savills are asking pounds 350,000 to pounds 400,000 (01865 726 6000).

Croft Villa is a late Georgian Cotswold stone house in the heart of Broadway, which is lined with similarly attractive period houses. The house is currently divided into two apartments but would convert back into a three reception, five-bedroom home. It has a double garage, pretty gardens and access to the High Street. Knight Frank is asking for offers around pounds 325,000 (01789 297735).

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