Three on view Grade II-listed cottages

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North Lodge at Bramshott, near Liphook, Hampshire, is surrounded by fields and adjoining National Trust woodland. The two-bedroom cottage has mellow stone elevations with some stone mullion windows. Dating back to 1827, it has recently been modernised and has the potential to be enlarged. The sitting room has a deep open fireplace with an exposed beamed ceiling. In the dining room, an Aga is set into the chimney breast which adjoins the original bread oven. The bathroom is downstairs. The cottage, in a bit less than two acres of grounds, is three miles from Liphook on the main line to Waterloo and Portsmouth. It is for sale through Lane Fox (01438 661077) at a guide price of pounds 250,000.

The Brew House in Yelverton, Norfolk, has been converted from a predominantly 17th-century monastic building. It was believed to have been the brewery for the monks of Yelverton Hall, a staging post for pilgrims on their way to Walsingham. It is constructed of mellow red brick under a pantile roof with crow gable ends. The house has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Downstairs it has a drawing room, dining room and kitchen/breakfast room. The garden is about 0.31 acres. Yelverton is a small village, five miles south of Norwich. The house is for sale with Savills Norwich (01603 612211), at an asking price of pounds 185,000.

Steps Cottage is situated near the centre of the Cotswold village of Bibury - described by William Morris as "the most beautiful village in England". The cottage is set back from the main street and is approached up a short flight of steps. It has three bedrooms, one bathroom and a breakfast room/kitchen. The sitting room has a large inglenook fireplace. There is a split-level cottage garden in the front which is well screened. Parking is within 100 metres of the cottage. Offers in the region of pounds 124,500 (Lane Fox: 01285 653101).

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