Interesting Properties for Sale in the UK

If you love property as much as we do, then you probably thoroughly enjoy having a look at homes of all shapes and sizes. It’s fun to fantasise about your dream home, and no matter what your taste, there’s bound to be a property out there that suits you in every aspect from the location to the colour of the walls. Often, of course, these homes are a little out of our reach financially!

In the spirit of this property rubbernecking, we’d like to share with our readers the Telegraph’s list of 15 unusual buildings currently on sale in Britain. Unfortunately, the majority of these homes are indeed out of the reach of most, with some prices in the millions. Worth mentioning, though, is the former Cornish seaside fort – situated right on the beach and complete with battlements – which has been converted into studio flats. One of these flats is on the market; a bargain at £162,000.

Of course, if you’re looking for something a little more conventional, you won’t be very interested in naval fortifications or converted factories. In that case, you’d do well to check out our property search feature. Just put in a postcode or town name and you’re away. You can even filter by purchase price or number of bedrooms.

For an even more flexible and interactive house hunting experience, try out our Pinpoint service. This feature allows you to draw the area you’d like to search on an interactive map, allowing you to expand or limit the search quickly and easily and allowing you to search multiple adjacent towns.

We can’t necessarily promise you properties that are quite as interesting as those listed by the Telegraph. What we can offer is a wide range of homes on the market from a wide range of estate agents in towns and cities all over the UK.

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