Arts and Crafts houses
Kilmaronock House, Gartocharn. A fine Scots Baronial villa, dating from the mid-19th century but substantially altered in the early 20th century. Master suite, 2 further suites, 1 further bed, family bath, breakfast/ kitchen, 3 receps, grand hallway, utility, office, WC, gallery, annexe, outbuildings, gardens, 9.5 acres. £995,000; Savills (0141-222 5875).
Maltravers Street, Arundel. On the market for the first time in 30 years, this three-storey Arts and Crafts house is set on one of Arundel’s most prestigious streets, with views over the cathedral. 5 beds, family bath, shower, kitchen/dining room with Aga, 2 further receps with open fireplaces, cloakroom, pretty rear courtyard garden with spiral staircase, and bridge leading to a secret raised walled garden. £1.1m; Sims Williams (01903-885678).
Redcliffe Road, Mapperley Park, Nottingham. This Arts and Crafts-influenced family house retains many original architectural features and is set in mature private gardens. Master suite, 2 guest suites, 2 further beds, family bath, breakfast/kitchen with Aga, 3 receps, hall, cloakroom, potential 1-bed annexe, detached coach house with triple garage and gym above, gated driveway, landscaped gardens including a Victorian grotto. OIEO £870,000; Savills (0115-934 8020).
The Breakers, Willowhayne Estate, East Preston, Littlehampton. Built in 1936, this late Arts and Crafts waterfront home has a wealth of period features and has been refurbished in recent years. Master suite with dressing room, 5 further beds, 4 further baths, kitchen, breakfast room, 3 receps, utility, office, TV room, snooker room, swimming pool, garage, gardens, 0.75 acres. £3.25m; Savills (01798-345980). Suffolk: Soham House, Newmarket. A Grade II Arts and Crafts house with a sweeping carriage driveway, on the outskirts of Newmarket. Master suite with dressing room, 3 further suites, 3 further beds, shower, 5 receps, breakfast/kitchen, boot room, cloakroom, utility, family room, cellars, triple garage, grounds; 1 acre. £1.65m; David Burr (01638-669035).
The Greenwood, Stoke Rivers, Barnstaple. Built in the Arts and Crafts style in the 1930s, this house has been refurbished and extended by the current owners. Master suite, 2 further suites, 2 further beds, family bath, shower, 1-bed annexe, open plan kitchen/double recep, 2 further receps, utility, study, boot room, 2 WCs, mature, park-like gardens, garage, farreaching rural views, 3.9 acres. £995,000; Jackson-Stops (01271-325153).