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 an island idyll and a fixer-upper seeking an ambitious owner…

A raw industrial garage near Paris, France

French warehouse ripe for conversion on the outskirts of Paris
Via Espaces Atypique

€770,000 via Espaces Atypique
A strong vision is needed to realise this Charentonneau warehouse’s potential. Originally a garage and factory, it’s currently vacant and features cement floors, steel doors and high ceilings. Stripped back, it could make for a handsome pair of lofts – or a single family dwelling with voluminous proportions. See more on this French fixer-upper.

Dockland warehouse in East London, UK


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3 bedrooms; £2.8m via My Warehouse Home
This Grade-II-listed freehold warehouse is on one of the oldest streets in east London. The warehouse dates back to the 1790s when it was used by Scottish wine and spirit merchant Duncan Dunbar. Its historic trusses and exposed bricks have been retained.

VIPP Shelter in Immeln, Sweden


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Sleeps 2; from €1,500 per night via Vipp

This Swedish hideaway has floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors that open up to frame the surrounding landscape.

A Victorian cottage with its own nursery in Kent, UK

The Walled Nursery for sale in Kent
Via Savills

3 bedrooms; via Savills for £1.1m
This cosy cottage is surrounded by 13 Victorian greenhouses that have all been restored. The buildings are operated as a plant nursery, with the old vinery housing a cafe and restaurant. The three bedroom Kent property is being marketed as a commercial opportunity for one green-fingered buyer. Get a closer look.

The Patiki Townhouse in Mallorca

Via Bjurfors

5 bedrooms; POA via Bjurfors
Fresh from a refurb, the Patiki Townhouse blends minimalist finishes with moody pops of colour. The island property dates back to the late 19th century and rooms feature lofty 5-metre-high ceilings crossed with beams. White walls and Moorish floor tiles complete the look.

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