Discover our most unique properties

A little day dreaming never hurt anybody, right?

If scrolling through the endless terraced houses and two up two downs has got you day dreaming about living in a converted watermill or a breath-taking Huf House we’re here to help you live out your fantasies (or at least indulge in them a little).

If you are looking to buy or rent something a little quirky or just have a thing for the extraordinary, look no further. We have some incredible properties on our website and below you'll find details of six properties that are so unique, your daydreams might just become a reality.

Hook, Hampshire

Whitewater Mill is one of a kind. Approached via its own private road of about 350 yards, the main driveway leads over the mill race (where trout can be seen in the river) to the front of the property where the original ‘Wagonbay’ still remains and very much sets the scene for this charming home. As you would expect with a property of this age, it is full of the most fascinating original features including beamed ceilings, impressive fireplaces, panelled reception rooms and of course some of the original elements of the mill workings.

Etchingham, East Sussex

Having been converted to residential accommodation in the 1960s, this Oast house is ideal for those looking to stand out from the crowd. Surrounded by lovely, unspoilt countryside and with far reaching views over its own land and beyond, Willards Hill Farm is a nineteenth century, three roundel Oast house with attached former granary.

Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire

Being the only Huf house in the world with triple aspect double height atrium living space makes this house ideal for those looking for a real one-off. This outstanding feature provides space and light, and was designed to create an incredible sense of wellbeing. The property provides for fantastic family living and excellent entertainment potential.

Tidebrook, East Sussex

This distinctive mid Victorian property, with Gothic style exteriors was once the rectory for the local incumbent. With period features such as tall ceilings, decorative mouldings, stone mullioned windows with internal shutters, and a variety of fireplace styles, The Old Parsonage is the perfect property for those longing for a little mystery.

Peppard Common, Oxfordshire

Designed by Spratley Studios, Beechwood House was built in 2013 and is a fine example of architectural prowess. The autumnal palette of materials used and the sharp modern lines of the exterior are in perfect harmony with the backdrop of rolling landscape. Home to magnificent views Beechwood house is ideal for those looking for a mix of modern and countryside.