Rosslyn Tower in Putney, south west London, left, is a double-fronted Grade II listed Victorian house with a steeple tower on the top and a wine cellar. The eight-bedroom house has a library, housekeeper's room and a music room with 15ft high ceilings. The drawing room was redesigned by Leonard Wyburd RA, who launched Liberty's furnishing and decoration studio. The garden has a lily pond, fountain and rose garden. Knight Frank is asking pounds 1.25m (0171 629 8171).
The Old Parsonage at Higham, Suffolk, is Grade II listed and has a cellar with two storage areas, one with bins. The five-bedroom house, with two receptions rooms, study and 14ft kitchen, has another store room on the first floor. Stone mullioned windows give views towards the church. There is a coach house - used a hay store, with two good loft rooms above - and tack room. The property has more than three acres of grounds and paddock. pounds 395,000 through Bidwells (01284 767338).