This week's Monday mansions demonstrate a variety of houses and styles, from classical to award winning modern design.

1. Six bedroom detached house on Dulwich Common, London, for £5m

With an impressive total of four reception rooms as well as a huge kitchen-diner you would not be short of space to entertain in if you owned this property. The rooms to the front of the property offer views across Dulwich College playing fields and West Dulwich station is a short walk up the road.

Available via Savills 

2. 12 bedroom detached house in Cupar, Fife, for offers above £900,000

This grand Scottish house dates back from the late eighteenth to early nineteenth century and has 10,000 sq ft of living space. There are plenty of period features to be found throughout the house, including parquet flooring, panelled walls and ornate fireplaces.

Availble via CKD Galbraith 

3. Seven bedroom detached house in Dereham, Norfolk, for £745,000

If you’re looking to escape to the country with your whole family then this unique house with an adjoining two bedroom annex could be for you. Inside the property is modern, but still in keeping with the countryside, while outdoors there is approximately five acres of land to play with.

Available via Express Estate Agency 

4. Six bedroom detached house in Kingswear, Dartmouth, for offers above £3m

Overlooking the River Dart is this former 1930’s golf club house which was dramatically remodelled in 2006 and went on to win at the Master Builder of the Year Awards. Its impressive features include a heli pad, a swimming pool and state of the art audio visual system throughout the house.

Available via Marchand Petit 

5. Six bedroom detached house in Capel Llanilltern, Cardiff, for £1,150,000

Just over 20 minutes away from Cardiff city centre is this beautiful 1937 built family home. The property contains three reception rooms, a library and a large kitchen and breakfast room. Outside there is a triple garage with first floor accommodation, along with landscaped gardens featuring a pond and a summer house.

Available via Pa Black

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