St George probably never slayed a dragon, and he almost certainly didn't visit Britain. Nevertheless, England took him to its heart in the Middle Ages, adopted his emblem of a red cross on a white background, and marked his feast day every April.
All over the country, there are roads, houses and housing developments named after St George, making it easy for enthusiasts to match their property to their favourite saint – or even to his apocryphal dragon. Here are six of the best on the market.
Reception room and kitchen, St George's Square, London SW1 – Asking price £1,375,000