Country Property News

"Turville Grange is one of the most beautiful and renowned country houses in England," says estate agent Gary Hersham.

Knight Frank and Savills have both flagged a revival for central London's property market in the opening months of this year

Now a luxury residence favoured by movie stars, The Deer Tower was originally built as a verderer's look-out or an ‘eyecatcher’

Aristocratic venture "enables landowners to retain a long-term involvement in the development of their land," offering "patient capital" to allow inherited estates to stay in the family.

Norfolk's 1,953-acre Gawdy Hall estate includes the 117-acre parkland setting of a 16th century stately home - offering the potential to create a new grand country residence alongside a significant farming…

Once owned by Catherine Parr's grandfather, Stanstead Hall is "a perfect example of a moated Grade II listed country house", says selling agency Savills.

A record £250mn was spent on Scottish estate acquisitions last year, reports Strutt & Parker.

2021 saw the highest number of £5m+ country house sales in 15 years, according to new data from Knight Frank

New rules mean holiday lets must be rented out for a minimum of 70 days a year to qualify for lower local tax rates.

Rightmove recorded just 3% more property searches in London than in Cornwall through 2021, compared to a gap of 24% in 2020, and 49% in 2019.

Savills expects prime regional price growth to moderate this year, while Prime Central London prices feel ready to surge upwards.

“I’ve never known a time like it in 30-plus years," says Rupert Sweeting, head of national country sales at Knight Frank.