The rustic home you can buy in the UK, is almost certainly worth much more than the rustic style home you’ll get from your local estate agent.
We have rounded up a collection of homes from the United States and Europe that are worth more than what you’ll find in a traditional estate agent’s catalogue.1.
The Gully at Loughborough: This stunning home has been transformed into an outdoor living and dining area by the same architect who designed the original home.
It also features a large roof terrace, built in 1927, that has since been covered over and replaced with a small patio.
The original gully was a popular swimming spot in the 1920s.2.
The House on the Lake: This Georgian-style mansion is home to a number of stunning and modern design elements, including a series of large, stone steps leading to a roof terraces and roof terracotta floor.3.
The Oasis: A home that is in a way an extension of the cottage, the Oasis is located on a hill overlooking Lake Oatley in Gloucestershire.
It features a terrace garden and two ponds on the property.4.
The Mews: This house on the Mews has an impressive collection of modern design features, including the large glass roof, a large glass door with sliding glass panels, a glass-fronted staircase and a large staircase leading up to the living area.5.
The Finsbury Estate: This charming Victorian home has a history that dates back to the early 19th century and was built in the late 1890s by a man who lived in the nearby town of Finsworth.
It is a very distinctive home and features a stunning view over the lake.6.
The Paddington Estate: Another Victorian home on the Paddickown Estate, this is a charming Victorian cottage that is located in the Paddle Farm area of Paddock, Hertfordshire.
It’s a classic style home and has a beautiful courtyard that overlooks the lake and garden.7.
The Shoppes at St Mary’s: This home on Shoppers Lane in Shropshire has a stunning array of contemporary design features including a large kitchen, two glass doors, a double-paned window, a small front entrance and an ornate staircase.8.
The Castle at Horsforth: This historic estate is situated on a cliff overlooking Lake Horsham in Worcesters and is home mainly to British soldiers during World War II.9.
The Old Bayshore: This modern home on High Bay Road in Northamptonshire has an extraordinary collection of contemporary and traditional design features and features an unusual stone archway that opens onto the ground floor and features the house’s distinctive wooden roof.10.
The Liffey Manor: A house that is situated in a rural setting on the banks of the Liffy river in Northumberland, this house is home only to one person and is a popular destination for weekend getaways.
It has a lovely garden, a garden courtyard, and a terraced garden.11.
The Manor House at Haverfordwest: A family-run family-owned property that is home mostly to locals and also to a variety of tourists, this Georgian-styled home is a lovely and modern home.12.
The Battersea Hotel: This luxurious home sits on the water at the mouth of the Thames in south London and is located next to the River Thames, just across the road from the Houses of Parliament.13.
The Parkhouse Estate: A modern estate located in one of the city’s most iconic locations, the Parkhouse estate is home not only to the iconic London Bridge bridge but also to the Houses on Tower Hill.
It boasts an impressive and impressive collection in contemporary design, which includes a number more of the same Victorian features you’ll see in other modern homes.14.
The Palace of Westminster: This lovely estate is located outside the historic centre of Westminster in the heart of the capital, close to Buckingham Palace.
It was originally designed by architect John Bercow, who also designed the Palace of Versailles.15.
The Ritz Carlton: A well-known luxury hotel in the capital city, the Ritz is a unique collection of rooms, bars and restaurants in the centre of London.
It serves a variety to its guests including cocktail and meal packages, private rooms and private dining rooms.16.
The Buckingham Palace: This Victorian home is one of London’s most prestigious and unique properties.
It can be found just a short walk from Buckingham Palace, where it sits at the very top of the British capital’s iconic skyline.17.
The Royal Hotel: Located on the outskirts of London, the Royal Hotel is a modern estate in the south-west of the country.
It provides a modern setting and is an important tourist attraction in the city.18.
The Chateau de Chambord: This elegant and