Couple of big old townhouses for you today. One in coastal Norfolk, one in Bristol.
The Georgian terrace above and below is in the pretty seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea, around 30 miles from Norwich.
The three storey property is Grade II-listed and has three bedrooms, plus a gorgeous attic room. It needs renovating and updating (which makes the price tag a tad steep at almost £400k) and parking looks like an issue - there are double-yellows down both sides of the street.
However, inside is lovely with panelled doors, exposed floorboards, and sweet period details.
The kitchen leads out onto an overgrown but reasonable-sized garden, and the bathroom is upstairs - always a bonus in an old house.
The property, at 19 High Street, is on the market with a guide price of £399,950 through Belton Duffey. Details here and here.
The handsome detached townhouse below is up for auction at the end of this month (on April 25th).
The house, on Hill Street in Bristol, has a kitchen and two large reception rooms downstairs, three bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs.
There's a good-sized garden at the back and a drive and garage to the side. The whole thing needs renovating and updating and is likely to go for more than the auction guide price of £200k.