Country Property News

Prime country house prices nudged up again - for the eighth quarter in a row - in 2014's Q4 to deliver the strongest run of price inflation since 2007, with 2014 delivering a +3.4% increase for the year

When it comes to improving and renovating historic buildings a good project manager is an investment that can save time and money

Heritage charity SAVE is in a race to raise £7m to buy one of Britain's biggest stately homes, the 365-room Wentworth Woodhouse in South Yorkshire, as the current owners have called it a day on their "labour of …

Clients selling a 3,500 square foot Kensington townhouse could almost afford to buy two Georgian rectories at the moment, but there remains a reluctance for many to make that move out to the country, says Haringtons' …

William Cash, son of Tory Grandee Bill Cash and owner of an Elizabethan stately home in Shropshire, explains why wind farms, solar fields and industrial piggeries mean he's accepted a role as Heritage …

This could be the best time in a generation to buy a property, says Humberts' Head of Country Houses James Grillo in conversation with PrimeResi

Which features often tempt buyers into digging deep for a country house? Head of Strutt & Parker’s Estates & Farm Agency Department, Mark McAndrew, has come up with a four-step plan for boosting value witho…

"Life at Upton Cressett often resembles a mongrel cross combining the best and worst of Fawlty Towers, Tom Sharpe and To The Manor Born," says William Cash from Shropshire as he opens up his historic hom…

In which William Cash throws an Elizabethan bash at Upton Cressett to celebrate his wife's birthday, his father's knighthood, and a local planning triumph.

The prime country house market has posted its strongest rate of annual growth for four years, says Knight Frank, although the £5m+ segment dropped by 2.3% between April and June.

After three years of hard feuding, plans for an 80-metre wind turbine in Shropshire's heritage heartland have been withdrawn

Many a man has been driven to great lengths by love, and architecture is often a rewarding (though insatiable) mistress for such a passion, says Matthew Beckett...