This week's Monday mansions are spread out across Britain with properties from Perthshire to Surrey, while prices range from £825,000 up to £4.5m.

1. Six bedroom detached house in Castle Eden, Hartlepool, for £825,000

Arden house is an impressive country property spread out across three floors. It consists of three reception rooms, six bedrooms, four bathrooms and a conservatory. There is also the unexpected addition of a games room with a bar.


Available via Urban Base

2. Six bedroom detached house in Billingford, Dereham, for £1,175,000

This Grade II listed Georgian house has been beautifully modernised while retaining its original features. Outside there is roughly 10.7 acres of land, along with garages, a studio and stables.

Available via Jackson-Stops & Staff

3. Eight bedroom detached house in Rivenhall, Essex, for £4.5m

Rivenhall Place is a Georgian house that was added onto an existing Tudor property and the current owners have been careful to preserve all of its character. It comes with 70 acres of land, tennis court, swimming pool and a separate three bedroom cottage.

Available via Savills

4. 10 bedroom detached house in Alyth, Perthshire, for £2m

This Scottish property has been carefully renovated over the last 10 years and includes a gun room and library. Outside there are four separate cottages, a tennis court and a huge glass house.

Available via Rettie & Co

5. Seven bedroom detached house in Weybridge, Surrey, for £3.5m

Crow Clump was built in 1914 and is now a beautiful family home, complete with three reception rooms, landscaped gardens and an outdoor swimming pool. The property is south facing with views towards the Surrey Hills.


Available via Winkworth 

6. 12 bedroom detached house in Abersoch, Pwllheli, for £3.5m

Sat on the Welsh coast is this sprawling Grade II listed property that contains six reception rooms, 12 bedrooms and seven bathrooms. There are also stunning views out on to the sea as well as a tennis court, croquet lawn and summerhouse.


Available via Jackson-Stops & Staff

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