Property projects in Britain that are worthy of Kevin McCloud attention for Grand Designs.

1. Powys - £55,000

Marketed by: Morris Marshall & Poole

This Welsh property is oozing with potential. One half of the property is already habitable while the hall needs a full overhaul.

2. St. Austell - £150,000

Marketed by: Jefferys

Just look at the location. This waterside former engine house has potential for business and leisure activities subject to obtaining the necessary consent. 

3. Boston, Lincolnshire - £115,000

Marketed by: Sharman Burgess

What could be done with this unique octagonal tower with art deco features?

4. Waterside, Kilmarnock - £99,950

Marketed by: eMoov

With the potential plans already drawn up this circular house, looks like it would make for an intriguing Grand Designs. 

5. Woodnesborough, Sandwich - £250,000

Marketed by: Christopher Hodgson

It is already very pretty but a lot can be done with this Grade II listed building in Sandwich with approval for sympathetic but significant remodelling. 

6. Llangadog, Carmarthenshire - £35,000

Marketed by: Clee Tompkinson Francis

For sale for £35,000, this former chapel may not require a huge budget to get your own Grand Designs project off the ground.

7. Pirton, Hertfordshire - £500,000

Marketed by: Putterills

This impressive barn provides an exceptional opportunity to create a unique, contemporary home in an outstanding historic building.

8. Ilfracombe, Devon - £35,000

Marketed by: Webbers

A Devon home with large open plan floors that could suit a variety of purposes. Offers above £35,000.

9. Lakenheath, Brandon - £250,000

It's hard to belive that this eight bedroom former manor house has a guide price of £250,000 but when you look at the interiors you will realise there is quite a lot of work to be done here. Are you up for the challenge?

10. Broadwoodwidger, Lifton - £90,000

Marketed by: Kivells

With two separate buildings on one plot the possibilities are vast. Be sure to check out the river view to the front of the property also.
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