Absolutely beautiful character properties for sale at under £400,000

Our latest look at some of the finest under £400,000 homes for sale in the UK today, featuring delightful national park locations, thatched cottages that take you to London and more.

Somerset – £150,000

Finding a home doesn’t have to be as expensive as you might think: we recently reviewed the best homes for sale for under £100,000, but if we were to increase that to £150,000, this two-bedroom place would be number one. in the list.

This is a charming ground floor apartment with amazing views over the village of Old Cleve; it has parking, a private garden and is a mile from the sea at Blue Anchor.

Sold with Webbers. See more photos and details for this property.

Powys – £400,000

Rose Villa is a beautiful 19th century home that has been immaculately restored on the inside, combining original features with contemporary décor in a confident and stylish manner – as you’ll see in the photos here.

The village of Mayfod is remote and small – only a few hundred people – but it is big enough to have a pub, a shop, a primary school and a local rugby club.

Sold with Morris Marshall & Poole. See more photos and details for this property.

Hertfordshire – £375,000

Just one bedroom is the heart of commuting Hertfordshire, with excellent road and rail links but filled with charm, from wooden floors to thatched roofs upstairs.

Somehow this graceful home also fits in with the conservatory, garage and ground floor annex which is perfect for a home office.

For sale with country real estate. See more photos and details for this property.

Snowdonia – £399,950

Lovely stone house in Korris, a village near Mahinllet with one of the most beautiful mountain views we have seen in a long time.

If you can take your mind off the beauty of the terraced patios, the four-bedroom home is beautifully and tastefully decorated.

Sold with Walter Lloyd Jones & Co. See more photos and details for this property.

Scottish borders – £350,000.

Hazeldean Cottage has stood in its beautiful countryside location a few miles from Jedburgh for over 200 years, and although it has clearly changed over the years, it remains a charming three-bedroom home.

There are just under 1,500 square feet of space on two floors, including a good-sized utility room, a conservatory, and a corner cleverly converted into a home office.

Sold with Cullen Kilshaw. See more photos and details for this property.

Derbyshire – £350,000

Beamed ceilings, stone floors and fireplaces, and even a spiral staircase add immense charm to this four-bedroom home in the historic village of Winster, in the heart of the Peak District National Park.

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This is a large three-story house with an area of ​​almost 2000 sq. ft., Grade II listed and off the grid, for a price that would make it difficult for you to buy an apartment in many urban areas of Britain.

Sold with Saxton Mee. See more photos and details for this property.

Isle of Skye – £350,000

Located in Kilmuir at the northern tip of Skye – not far from Flora Macdonald’s grave – this is one of those houses that offers a surprising amount of housing for the money.

Immaculately presented, breathtaking views and four bedrooms – though currently set up as three plus an office. And here you can really work with Sky: agents report that ultra-fast 1000 Mbps broadband access is available at this address.

For sale with the Isle of Skye real estate agency. See more photos and details for this property.

Pembrokeshire – £399,999

Life by the water is really no closer to the water than this house on the edge of Port Milford, from where you can practically get your feet wet from the comfort of your living room.

Originally a paid cottage built in the 1830s, it is now a detached three-bedroom home with a surprisingly beautiful garden despite its secluded location and views of a busy waterway. Throw in a location close to the city, ferries across the Irish Sea and direct trains to London and it’s a real gem.

Sold with FBM. See more photos and details for this property.

Somerset – £395,000

Magnificently restored two bedroom cottage set at the end of a small 18th century terrace with huge gardens surrounding the grounds.

It’s in a village called Luxborough, a place with a pub, a church and a village council – and reputedly “has access to more footpaths and bridles than any other village in Exmoor National Park.”

Sold with Webbers. See more photos and details for this property.

Swansea Valley – £400,000

Not for those afraid to get their hands dirty, but the rewards for restoring this elegantly designed five-bedroom home are sure to be enormous, with well-proportioned rooms, high ceilings and huge windows, and over 3,000 square feet of floor space. .

It is located in the center of Istrajinlais, up the Tawe River valley north of Swansea and Neath, almost on the threshold of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

Sold with Clee Tompkinson Francis. See more photos and details for this property.

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