This month’s most unusual properties

As November draws to a close we round up a selection of the quirkiest, most unusual property listings on Rightmove right now.

This month our quirky property highlights include a 19th century renovated windmill, a former water tower converted into a gorgeous family home and a Welsh castle that’s magnificent to behold.

A 19th century windmill near Cambridge

This three bedroom property is actually a renovated and extended windmill in the village of Swaffham Prior.

The building has been kept in fantastic condition having had its beautiful sails replaced as recently as 2017.

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A gorgeous castle property up in Durham

This fantastic building is Castle Eden, a Grade II listed castle that boasts everything from a grand reception hall and drawing room to a games room, breakfast kitchen and nine bedrooms in total.

The property also enjoys 14 acres of wonderfully landscaped gardens and woodland.

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The Old Tower over in Hertfordshire

This four-bedroom property sits within the picturesque village of Benington and is light and airy inside with beautiful large rooms.

Despite extensive renovation, it still retains some impressive classic features like exposed wooden beams and porthole windows across its five levels.

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A contemporary ‘superhome’ in Hampshire

This modern property offers four bedrooms along with a host of modern amenities like electronic security gates and a passenger lift.

It also enjoys direct access to the River Avon and provides a wonderful contrast of a modern aesthetic set within beautiful natural gardens.

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A beautiful converted school building near Milton Keynes

The Old School Works is a four bedroom Grade II listed family home converted from a former schoolhouse.

What’s fantastic about this place is that it comes with the bonus of a wonderful self-contained annex on its grounds.

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An eye-catching water tower in the heart of Plymouth

This four-bedroom family home was converted from a Grade II listed tower that still enjoys a host of original features.

From exposed wooden beams to porthole windows and, of course, the property’s viewing turret allows fantastic 360 degree views over the surrounding area.

Take a closer look at the property below:

A beautiful barn conversion in Worcestershire

This five-bedroom home is bursting with character and includes three bedrooms plus an en-suite master room along with a host of extras like a garden room, gymnasium and a hobby room.

Outside, the property impresses with a greenhouse, chicken coop and a hidden vegetable garden along with a field boasting three paddocks.

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A Welsh castle with views you won’t believe

Castell Gyrn sits just outside of the popular Welsh town of Ruthin and enjoys a commanding position that boasts amazing panoramic views of the Clwyd Valley.

The building provides a striking piece of architecture, extensive accommodation and more than ten acres of countryside.

Take a closer look at the property below:

Check back next month for even more amazing quirky and unusual properties, or view previous months’ updates below:

>> October’s most unusual Rightmove listings

>> September’s most unusual Rightmove listings

>> August’s most unusual Rightmove listings


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