First up is this group of three cottages, in the village of Haddenham. On the market as job lot at offers around £200k. Knocked together they'd make a pretty big property with a good sized garden, backing onto farmland:
However, you'll need to start with some serious sorting, clearing and uncovering. There are some lean-to extensions at the back (including the kitchen below) and some rooms look damp.
It's on the market through David Clark and Company - pdf details here.
And if turning three houses into one seems a bit lightweight refurb-wise, how about making a home out of this former club, in the village of Isleham?
It's a big space - over 4,000sq ft across two floors, and no planning permission in place as yet, which keeps the price down.
A former barn, the Comrades Club had been used as a clubhouse since the 1920s until it closed in 2009.
The ground floor had been a cinema in the past (complete with attached projector room), now it's a big open space with beer cellar and a couple of storage rooms. Above that is the first floor clubhouse, with function room (check out the sparkly stage!), bar, toilets and kitchen:
More details here.