Welcome to our weekly property digest, where we bring together the best homes for sale and rent across the world. This week, we have Frank Lloyd Wright’s Goetsch-Winckler House in Michigan and a Grade II* listed windmill conversion in the UK’s West Sussex among our discoveries.

A whitewashed barn conversion in Österlen, Sweden

Converted barn in Tunby, ÖsterlenOster
Courtesy Fastighetsbyran

4 bedrooms; SEK 7.25m via Fastighetsbyran
A vaulted living room and kitchen with soaring 6.8-metre-high ceiling forms the heart of this 1910 Swedish countryside home. Owner Jonathan Andersson enlisted a team of carpenters to help him transform the two run-down barn structures into a minimalist home. See more.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s ‘favourite small house’ in Michigan, US

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Goetsch-Winckler House lists for $479k
Courtesy Audrey Seidman

2 bedrooms; $479k direct
The Usonian Goetsch-Winckler House was built in 1939 for a pair of professors at the nearby Michigan State University. The 1,400 sq ft Okemos property has since been lovingly restored by its present owners, Dan and Audrey Seidman, over the past 13 years. The single-storey home has walls of windows that flood the brick house with light and connect it to its wooded 2-acre plot. See inside.

Grade II* listed Clayton Windmills in West Sussex, UK

7 bedrooms; £3m via The Modern House
The Grade II*-listed Clayton Windmills tower over the West Sussex countryside and are nicknamed Jack and Jill. The mill has been masterfully converted by architect Sarah Featherstone to blend its Victorian structures, including a roundhouse, converted granary and a 20th-century modernist Millhouse, into a sprawling contemporary complex clad aluminum. See inside.

A converted Piano factory in London, UK

Courtesy Sotheby’s International Realty

2 bedrooms; £3.65m via United Kingdom Sotheby’s International Realty
Rusted metal and wired glass accents nod to this apartment’s past as a piano maker’s workshop. The London loft has wide, wood-panelled spaces, with factory-style windows, high beamed ceilings and exposed brick walls. Cast-iron radiators, pipe-like pendant lights, corroded metal doors and wired glass panels add to the rugged industrial look. Get a closer look.

An industrial loft in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Photography: Dstrct

1 bedroom; €1,800 per month via dstrct
This Amsterdam loft is fresh from a recent renovation, which has made the most of its four-metre-high ceilings and exposed brickwork. The Dutch apartment blends classic industrial materials with a palette of contemporary design pieces and has an open-plan kitchen, dining and living space. The loft is located in the Haarlemmer Houttuinen neighbourhood – right in the heart of the city’s canal network. See more.

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