PROPERTIES WITH A DIFFERENCE: This week: architectural curiosities

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HAMPSHIRE

Bishopswood, Fareham. A Grade II* cottage orne dating from about 1800. 9 beds, 5 bath, 2 receps, 2 cloakrooms, great hall, study, kitchen, utility room, offices, outbuildings, lodge, gardener's cottage, 7.25 acres. pounds 800,000.

Lane Fox 01962-869999.

N'UMBERLAND

Horsley Tower, Long Horsley, Morpeth. A historic Grade II* Pele tower with a vaulted hall, dungeons and priesthole. 5 beds, 3 bath, 3 receps, gardens, copse. pounds 350,000

Strutt & Parker 01423-561274.

NOTTS

Bestwood Pumping Station, nr Arnold. A Grade II* Victorian pumping station set in landscaped grounds. Pumping station, cooling pond, east lodge, west lodge. The property is offered by Savills for sale as a whole or in three parts by biding tender.

No guide price.

EAST SUSSEX

East Sussex: Martello Tower No 55, Normans Bay, nr Pevensey. One of the few Martello towers built around 1806 in response to the threat of a French invasion. It is a listed Ancient Monument. The accommodation is on three floors with two cellars. pounds 165,000

Jackson-Stops and Staff 0171-589 4536.

SURREY

The Old Mill, Outwood. A Grade I windmill dating from 1665 which is still producing flour, making it Britain's oldest working windmill. 4-bed detached cottage, 2-bed bungalow, stables with groom's bedroom annexe, former miller's cottage, 2 aviaries, barn, kennels, outbuildings, 1.7 acres. pounds 900,000

Knight Frank 01483-565171.

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