There’s an eclectic mix of properties this month, with new-build homes, country escapes and magnificent mansions all piquing home-hunters’ interest.

1. Five-bedroom semi-detached house in Hampstead Garden Suburb, London, for £2.25m

The master bedroom of this exquisite suburban home is the ideal retreat after a long day in the city. After a freshening up in the ensuite bathroom, a nightcap can be enjoyed on the terrace that overlooks the 90ft garden – complete with its own irrigation system.Available via Glentree 

2. Five-bedroom detached house in Keston, Bromley, for £1.8m

Fairlawns may have been completely refurbished and rebuilt, but it still offers its new owner scope to stamp their own style on it. Its modern features include CCTV, under floor heating and low voltage lighting.Available via Alan De Maid 

3. Seven-bedroom detached house in Upper Denby, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, for £1.3m

You won’t hear any objections from the kids when making your move into this property – owing to the huge pirate ship and play area (just visible through the lounge window). And while the children are occupied, parents can enjoy some quiet time by the cast iron wood burning stove.Available via Yorkshire's Finest Denby Dale 

4. Five-bedroom detached house in Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, for £1.95m

Get the best of both worlds with this Cotswolds home. Built from traditional local stone, it’s also only 12 months old. So as well as getting to live in and among the stunningly spacious contemporary design, you’ll also have peace of mind there are plenty of years remaining on the builder’s warranty.Available via Watermark 

5. Four-bedroom detached house in Little Sampford, Essex, for £895,000

This charming country home offers a perfect blend of traditional and modern styles. The rustic farmhouse kitchen for example, comes complete with integrated fridge, dishwasher and wine cooler. And the two-bay car port with modern solar panels sits within the 1.85 acre grounds where you’ll find a well-stocked vegetable garden and orchard.Available via Cheffins 

6. Four-bedroom town house in Carlisle, Cumbria, for sale £204,950

In the northernmost reaches of England, this new-build will set you back just over £200,000. The house is split over three floors, with the entire top floor dedicated to the master suite. If you’re yearning for more outdoor space than the turfed garden can offer, The Lake District and Northumberland National Park are only a 30-minute drive away.Available via Story Homes 

7. Three-bedroom mews house in South Kensington, London, for £3.65m

This elegant mews house in one of London’s most prestigious pockets has been luxuriously decorated by an interior designer. Although the property itself doesn’t come with a parking space, two permits for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea are available at an additional cost with the council.Available via John D Wood & Co. 

8. Six-bedroom detached house in Cobham, Surrey, for £4.6m

Three reception rooms, an entertainment centre with home cinema, pool table and bar make this stunning new-build Surrey mansion the perfect place to throw a party. But, looking at the white marble flooring, you may be inclined to ask guests to politely remove their shoes.Available via Hamptons International 

9. Six-bedroom detached house in Cranleigh, Surrey, for £1.68m

While this shiny new home sits well outside of the price limit set by the Government’s Help to Buy limit, it is available for part-exchange. The six-bedroom, four-bathroom pad is part of an exclusive development that is surrounded by woodland on the edge of the large village of Cranleigh.Available via Linden Homes 

10. Five-bedroom detached house in St. Georges Hill, Weybridge, Surrey, for £9.5m

Falconwood house is tucked away on a private gated estate, and fulfils the modern mansion brief impeccably. Top perks include an infinity pool, master bedroom with TWO ensuite bathroom and two dressing rooms, a triple garage – and, of course, staff accommodation.Available via Octagon Developments

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