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It hasn't escaped our attention that it is Grand National weekend, which is why we've decided to go distinctly horsey with our property of the week...
Houses with architectural awards are not easy to come by, especially at under £2m. Our property of the week is a great example of one.
Valentine's Day – where better to spend it than with your significant other in a remote log cabin. And we've got the perfect one for you!
Our property of the week has almost everything you could want from a rural home, while being one of the most picturesque properties we have ever featured.
When the windmill at Chislet burnt down in 2005, little did they know it'd soon be rebuilt and our property of the week.
A cinema room is something you'd tend to associate with a super modern house, but our property of the week proves that this is not always the case.
Coins, witches-bottles and shoes. Is your home safe from evil spirits this Halloween?
Good interior design isn't always about how much you spend, which is why we love the factory look.
Great name, great house. It could only be our property of the week. And it's got some purple curtains, perfect.
What with it being Breast Cancer Awareness month, it's only right that our property of the week is pink.
Small, eco-friendly and deliverable. Our property of the week is a Cub House and you could get you own in a matter of weeks.
Spotted the latest addition to Clapham high street? Well we've had a cheeky look inside the penthouse...
The Apprentice's Gabrielle Omar on architecture, Lord Sugar's pad and Nick Hewer's nose.
Priced at £3.25m this house has pretty much everything you could want, including a gym, sauna, swimming pool and six bedrooms.
Britain's dream home is far more attainable than you might expect, with a semi-detached three bed proving most popular.
Rotating bookcases, secret passageways and giant fish tanks. Making Bond villain homes a reality...
This little cottage is on the market for £1.5m. What's the twist?
Who cares about a rainy British summer when you can make your meals bright and colourful.
Paddington Bear, Beatrix Potter and Thomas the Tank Engine are back.
An increasing number of French professionals are heading to London, what's attracting them?