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The Old Coach House eight miles from Leamington Spa in Warwickshire was originally the coach house to the larger Fields House nearby. Grade II listed and converted into a five-bedroom home, the drawing room has an exposed brick chimney breast and all rooms have exposed ceiling timbers. The old coach entrance is now a set of French doors from the dining room to a patio. pounds 275,000 through Knight Frank (01789297735)

The Coach House in Arundel was once part of the Duke of Norfolk's Arundel estate. While the Victorian building was being converted into a four-bedroom home, a bundle of love letters dating from around 1900 was found in the loft. They were from a young florist called Julia to Dan Lee, landlord of the Black Rabbit pub, where the letters are now on display. pounds 230,000 through Jackson Stops (01243 786316)

The Coach House in Old Costessey near Norwich is an unusual corner building converted into a three-bedroom house. The morning room was previously the harness room, with two round windows. A spiral staircase links the dining hall with the first floor. There are mature gardens, a small orchard and two acres of woodland. Within the grounds there are two garages which may be used as a large studio or library. pounds 225,000 through Bedford 01328 730500.

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