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Welcome to our weekend property digest, where we bring together the best houses for sale (or rent) that we’ve unearthed across the world. This week, we bring you a Marcel Breuer classic in Connecticut and a striking barn conversion in East Anglia.

Bressingham II in Norfolk, UK


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4 bedrooms; £799,000 via The Modern House

Architect Andrew Hughes designed this converted barn in Norfolk which sits on land part of the Old Boyland Hall estate. Interiors contrast the barn’s black exterior with crisp white walls and concrete floors.

Pink house with swimming pool in Palma, Mallorca


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2 bedrooms; €580,000 via Fantastic Frank Palma

This Nova Santa Ponsa townhouse is surrounded by exotic gardens and has a huge private swimming pool for soaking up the Spanish sun. Interiors are blank slate ready for its new owner, with rooms tumbling out onto large terraces overlooking the island home’s secret oasis.

La Muna mountain retreat in Colorado, USA

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4 bedrooms; from $2,930 per night via Plans Matter

Chad Oppenheim overhauled this mountain chalet in Aspen’s Red Mountain community following Japanese principals of wabi-sabi. Its charred exterior gives way to modern interiors with a zen, earthy colour palette and massive fireplaces. Get a closer look. 

Renovation challenge in Picardy, France

Ready-to-renovate chapel lists for €245k in Picardy
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€245,000 via Espaces Atypique

Get stuck into converting this 17th-century chapel in Picardy – an hour outside Paris. It has a cache of original features such as carved stone columns, vaulted ceilings and stone walls. Stone angels and tall arched windows complete the set. Some conversion work has already been done, but there’s still plenty of room to leave your mark.

Gagarin House in Connecticut, USA

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3 bedrooms; $3.8m via Madonna & Phillips Group

Marcel Breuer designed Gargarin House I in 1956 with a steel frame and reinforced concrete structure. Original features inside the Litchfield home include a tree-like fireplace and floor-to-ceiling glass walls that look out onto the midcentury property’s 1.7-acre plot. Take a look inside.

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