Some dream country houses changed hands across Devon, Dorset, Cornwall, Somerset and Wiltshire in 2020, notes buying agent Robin Gould – including a Medieval ‘sleeping beauty’ and a once-in-a-generation opportunity overlooking the Blackdown Hills…
Mumbles in Wales, Camber in East Sussex and Fowey in Cornwall are Britain’s top coastal price hotspots, according to Rightmove.
Constructed in 1991 by a well-known local builder, the 9,400 square foot Harbour Gate went on to be sold to Sandbanks’ most famous resident…
In Pictures: The magnificent West Woodyates estate in Dorset was once owned by political patriarch Thomas ‘Diamond’ Pitt. It’s up for sale for the first time since 1929, sporting an £18.5m asking price.
Seaside development opp has planning permission for two contemporary houses overlooking Mudeford’s natural harbour.
A local buyer has picked up an extremely rare empty 0.45 acre building plot near the Sandbanks Peninsula for £3.5m.
A 12-acre brownfield development site has come to market on the Dorset coast, with panoramic sea views, direct access to the water on two sides, and planning permission already in place for a care village.
Sandbanks, Canford Cliffs and Salcombe are the priciest coastal enclaves, reports Rightmove, while Whitby and Whitley Bay are the most popular amongst househunters.
Jake Civardi has joined Knight Frank’s buying agency arm as a Partner, to handle property searches in Hampshire, West Berkshire, Wiltshire and into the West Country.
Described by Historic England as ‘exceptionally important’, the Grade I listed Elizabethan stately home was gutted by a blaze in 2017
Planning inspector concludes proposals for 120-home development near Dorchester would cause ‘permanent damage’ to the setting of the Grade I listed Wolfeton House, once frequented by the great Victorian author
177-year-old estate agency Humberts is rumoured to be in trouble, 19 months after being bought out of administration.