We’ve rounded up some of the quirkiest homes on the market around the world right now. Which is your favourite? 

This 500-year-old Tudor mansion

It’s believed that Barsham Manor House was first built around 1520. Since then, it has played host to monarchs, knights, politicians and even celebrities! The mansion has seven bedrooms, five reception rooms, five acres of land and a casual three-bedroom cottage on the side. See the full listing here.

A converted church with plenty of style

In Lancashire there’s a sweet one-bedroom apartment for sale that’s nicely hidden within a stunning converted church. This is a unique property that combines beautiful tradition and modern refurbishments. See the full listing here.

A dreamy cottage with charm

Poughley Cottage dates back to around 1482 and is even said to have played host to Oliver Cromwell on the eve of the Battle of Newbury, so it’s fair to say this place holds a lot of history behind its front door. The cottage itself has everything from a lovely lavender-edged pathway leading to the entrance to the country style décor waiting inside. See the full listing here.

A manor with an inviting home bar

This seven-bedroom property in Seaham was built back in 1857 and today boasts all en-suite bedrooms and some luxurious accommodation across three floors. One of its most exciting features is a stunning-looking home bar. See the full listing here.

A family-sized home with its own turret

Yep, it’s certainly quirky from the outside (thanks to its colourful and characterful exterior) but this home also delivers inside. ‘The Old Parsonage’ offers an impressive basement wine cellar, several stained-glass windows and a large master bedroom with its own turret balcony overlooking the grounds. See the full listing here.

A converted Victorian warehouse in south London

For those looking for something a little cooler and more versatile, how about this mixed-use space in popular Brixton – flexible enough to combine both residential living and commercial use. The warehouse has been lovingly converted into a really interesting property that could be anything its future owners dream of. See the full listing here.

One for the bookworms, a former Salvation’s Army church…

This property was originally a church building before renovation and refurbishment turned it into the stunning two-bedroom home it is now. While every room is beautifully decorated and designed – the stairwell in particular immediately catches the eye – it’s the library area and step-ladder that truly sets it apart. See the full listing here.

A piece of French history in the countryside…

This five-bedroom manor house could be the perfect renovation project for someone who’s after a home filled with character. The property is filled with a multitude of classic buildings in need of a bit of TLC to restore them to their former glory – from pigeonniers to turrets! See the full listing here.