Number 9 Bridge Place in Rye, East Sussex is an early 19th century two- bedroom townhouse in the town's conservation area. It is painted pale primrose. It has a single-storey addition at the back, also painted. The drawing room has dado-height panelling, the doors are natural polished pine. Both bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and the main bedroom has polished floorboards. The current owners rent a garage space opposite from Railtrack, but local residents' parking permits are available at pounds 50 a year. pounds 85,000 through Phillips & Stubbs (01797 227338).
Cream-coloured Low Thatch, in West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, 12 miles from Saffron Walden, is a Grade II listed 18th century house with a timber frame. The 15ft sitting room has a brick floor and an inglenook fireplace with a wood burner. The main bedroom has a sloping ceiling and exposed timbers. There's a boxroom (or bedroom for a very small person) and another bedroom on the ground floor. The rear gardens have views over farmland. Offers around pounds 150,000 to Mullucks (01279 755400).Reuse content