This month’s best renovation properties
Every month we take a look at some of the best fix-up properties we’ve discovered on Rightmove, all perfect for taking on an exciting new renovation project.
A huge French castle with potential in every room
This ten-bedroom chateau sits in Saint-Christol in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region of France and boasts two turrets to the front of the property as well as extensive gardens.
The rooms inside the building are large and full of character, but the property would need thorough renovation to fully realise it as the amazing family home it could become.
An equestrian property with so much space to grow
Sat on the outskirts of Lowton is this large gated property that sits across five acres of land in total and offers a lot of potential for development.
Originally an equestrian facility, the property comes along with many outbuildings and areas that could be turned into everything from storage areas to completely separate annexe accommodation depending on the needs of the new owner.
A countryside cottage that could be someone's new oasis
This four-bedroom property near Ashford is up for auction and already comes with lots of features new owners may want to keep – from beautiful exposed wooden beams to a heated swimming pool.
But the property’s location, design and surrounding gardens also mean it could be the perfect place to start creating your very own forever home; all while building on a fantastic base that has buckets of character.
A fantastic farmhouse with the potential to be a lot more
This four-bedroom property is West Duerley Farm – a wonderful lifestyle opportunity just three miles away from the market town of Hawes.
The property has already received several renovations from its current owners, meaning someone looking for a different pace of life wouldn’t have to do all of the hard graft – just a bit of tailoring to make sure this great home perfectly suits their family’s needs.
A cottage with lots of space for some big ideas
This four-bedroom home close to Graveley sits within some delightful countryside gardens and is a true English ‘chocolate box’ cottage that has huge potential for someone looking for a new challenge.
Whether your tastes are traditional and you’d only add a few of your own touches to the many rooms inside this adorable home, or if you’d like to modernise and redesign it completely, the choice is up to the next lucky owner of Duck End Farmhouse.
A wonderful chapel that could make the ultimate renovation project
This five-bedroom property in Whatlington – a famous local landmark – was originally built as a Methodist chapel back in 1872 although it’s said to have been closed since around 1936.
From chandeliers and high arch windows to wooden flooring and exposed beams, there are features everywhere you look inside this property, perfect for someone with an eye for how to pull it all together into a whole new conversion.