Isolated homes for Halloween – in pictures

In deepest north Wales, in the Snowdonia national park, no one can hear you scream. Down a lane that turns into a track is this Grade II*-listed 16th century farmhouse. It has three bedrooms and two cottages used for holiday lets, and sits above the village of Llan Ffestiniog. The bigger village of Blaenau Ffestiniog with a doctor’s surgery, a dentist, a shop, a pub and a church, is four miles away, while the nearest supermarket is 11 miles. Perfect for mountain bikers, climbers and recluses who don’t want any neighbours. £600,000. Jackson-Stops, 01244 328361The Guardian