Three on view Actors on the move

Ben Kingsley, the screen embodiment of Mahatma Gandhi, is selling Pebworth House, near Stratford-upon-Avon. "Piping" Pebworth, one of the eight Shakespearean villages, is in the Vale of Evesham. The main wing of Pebworth House - Grade II listed - is Georgian, with well-proportioned rooms. It has six bedrooms over two floors, plus a granny flat. There are three further bedrooms in a detached cottage in the grounds. The landscaped gardens include a courtyard with a central pond and garden room with a plunge pool as well as a garage and stable block. Offers in the region of pounds 495,000 through Strutt & Parker (01608 650502) and Bigwood (01789 294444).

Rob Heyland, who played the zoo vet in the BBC series One by One, is leaving his medieval manor near Stratford-upon-Avon for Ireland. The house, four miles from Evesham, has two acres of walled gardens with lawns, an orchard and a kitchen garden. The nine-bedroom house, with a grand hall and intact Victorian kitchen with bread oven, range and coppers is, according to its owner, a tatty but happy family home. It is four miles from Evesham, 10 from Stratford. The asking price is in the region of pounds 345,000 through RA Bennett & Partners (01386 852456).

Jeffrey Holland - Spike in the TV series Hi-de-Hi - has put his Somerset house on the market. Hill Farm, East Pennard, near Shepton Mallet, is a farmhouse of 18th-century origins, with seven acres of garden and pastures. It has a drawing room, dining room and kitchen (with Aga), and four bedrooms. An annexe, which can be used as part of the house, has its own kitchen, sitting room and bedrooms. In the grounds there is a timber-built block of three stables and tack room, and a schooling ring with floodlighting. Asking price pounds 275,000, through Cluttons (01749 678012).