Country Property News

Two significant new detached houses are to built on a 15 acre site in a Buckinghamshire Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Linton Park is "everything an English estate should be", says Strutt & Parker.

This house in North Cornwall is on the market for the first time since it was built in the 1930s.

Gross investment in Scottish estates dipped in 2022 as £1mn+ activity refocused to urban centres - but country estate prices remain at historically high levels.

A source tells us that Boris Johnson has exchanged on Brightwell Manor for £3.8mn.

Celebrated novelist Jane Austen lived in the original Steventon House for 25 years, and wrote three of her most famous works there.

The buyer of a barn conversion with 39 acres has managed to pull-off a 'rare win' to pay the lower Stamp Duty rate for mixed-use properties, says Helen Coward of Charles Russell Speechlys.

Jackson-Stops thinks house prices will dip in some markets next year, before returning to positive growth in 2024.

The Red House, a contemporary family home in rural Dorset by David Kohn Architects, has been named RIBA House of the Year 2022.

Holloway Studio has designed an ultra-modern family home near Upnor Castle, securing planning approval via the 'Country House Clause' route - which demands 'truly outstanding' architecture in rural locations

Le Clos du Coleron was designed as a holiday home for the Boot family - founders of Boots the Chemist - by the renowned architect Arthur B Grayson.

“Frankly in all of my career I have never seen anything quite like Inverdart Boathouse," says Sarah-Jane Bingham-Chick, head of Savills Exeter; "it really is quite magical."