Country Property News

Britain's country house market continues to romp along at pace, says Knight Frank, as "pent-up demand keeps the race for space alive

After two years of punchy growth, house prices in 25 regional market towns have fallen by an average of 2% in the last 12 months.

King’s Beeches once housed the residence of the Thai royal family, and has planning for two new luxury mansions measuring a combined 65,000 sq ft.

Britain's country house market "is normalising" after a two-year pandemic-driven boom, suggests Knight Frank as price growth peaks.

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Eccleston Paddocks "really is a once in a generation opportunity to live in one of the UK’s most beautiful homes," says Savills.

A fire-ravaged historic mansion in Surrey is to be reinvented as an ambitious "x-ray" of a Georgian stately home by the National Trust.

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Savills is looking for offers over £1.75mn for The Isle of Vaila in the northernmost part of the UK. The 757-acre private island features a castellated mansion, farmhouse, cottage, watchtower, and 6.

St George on Guernsey is "one of the island’s best landed homes," says Lindsay Cuthill, head of Savills Country department - and it's available for outsiders to buy.

“Having taken stock during the first three months of the year people are now coming to market and being decisive," says Russell Grieve, office head at Knight Frank Haslemere.

Elmbridge Council has approved proposals to reinstate a significant main house on the Wayneflete Estate