Foxhill House, near Bourton-on-the-Water in Gloucestershire, lies within the Heythrop hunt country, and it is also handy for the races at Cheltenham. The five-bedroom Cotswold stone house was built in 1925, with a few later additions, and has attractive, stone mullioned windows. The property comes with a self-contained flat above the garage - and three loose boxes. It is priced at pounds 375,000, through Knight Frank (01865 790077).
Foxhole House, near Saxlingham in Norfolk, is a 16th-century Grade II listed farmhouse in need of restoration. The four-bedroom house, eight miles from Norwich, lies down a single-track road a mile and a half from the village. It has leaded windows, exposed beams and studs, but, say agents Strutt & Parker, needs extensive work. It has mains water and electricity and septic tank drainage, and comes with a third of an acre, two loose boxes and a tack room. pounds 125,000 (01603 619945).Reuse content