Old rectories & manor houses ‘offer the best value for money’; barn conversions are the priciest ‘quintessentially English’ homes per square foot

Big manor houses and old rectories tend to be the most expensive “quintessentially English” homes in a village, but they’re a fair bit cheaper per square foot than cottages or barn conversions, says Jackson-Stops.

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