The best of the market...; Houses with church connections

SOMERSET

The Old Rectory, East Woodlands, Nr Frome. An early 19th century former rectory in a wooded setting on the edge of the Longleat Estate. 4 beds, 3 bath, 3 receps, cloakroom, kitchen, utility room, garden room, annexe with 2 beds, 1 bath, 2 receps, 1.64 acres.

pounds 600,000 Savills 01722-320422.

GLOS

The Old Church, Aston Magna, nr. Moreton-in-Marsh. A converted Grade II Cotswold village church, with graveyard. 5 bed, 3 bath, 2 receps, kitchen, cloakroom, utility room, tower, garden.

pounds 325,000 Jackson-Stops & Staff 01386-840224.

PETERBOROUGH

Cambs: Church House, Caldecote, A Grade II* conversion from the former church of St Mary Magdalene with beautiful views. 3/4 beds, 2 bath, 2 receps, 0.50 acres.

pounds 240,000 Savills 01780-766222.

KENT

The Old Hall and Priory, Boley Hill, Rochester. A Grade II* 16th century historic house close to the Norman castle and cathedral.

6 beds, 2 bath, 4 receps, panelled snooker room, summer house, outbuildings, garden. pounds 325,000 Knight Frank 01892-515035.

WILTS

The Old Rectory, Codford St Peter, Warminster. A former rectory with 17th century origins, standing next to the village church. 5 beds, 3 bath, 3 receps, study, conservatory, kitchen, cellar, self-contained flat, 2 attic rooms, outbuildings, 0.75 acres.

pounds 500,000 Savills 01722-320422.

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