Country Property News
The Copse was originally built some 120 years ago, but was completely renovated in 2002 by much-admired architect Roderick James.
The pace of country house price growth appears to be slowing - but demand continues to outpace supply by some margin.
20% more historic houses are open to the public now compared to 2009, says Boodle Hatfield.
Norney Grange was designed by celebrated Arts & Crafts architect Charles Voysey, and has been featured in film and TV productions including Netflix's BAFTA-nominated The Dig and 2004 romcom Wimbledon.
Stonewood's 'beautiful & clever' build was the big winner at the 2021 Master Builder Awards.
A vast and historic Scottish estate in the Cairngorms National Park has come up for sale for the first time since it was bestowed to the Gordon family by King James III in 1482.
Built in 2014, La Maison de la Vallette on Jersey "ranks as one of the finest private residences to have been created in Britain in recent years."
12,000 square foot residence designed by Theis & Khan and Octipi Studio will centre around a Grade II listed timber barn once owned by Prince Leopold I of Belgium.
RIBA's national award winners for 2021 showcase 54 of Britain's best new architecture projects - including these five remarkable private homes...
Knight Frank has tucked away £100m worth of property on the Wentworth Estate so far this year, including the spectacular Villa Oman.
Octagon Park is thought to be the first cluster of detached Passivhaus Plus homes in the UK, and will ‘push the boundaries of residential building performance’
Manser Medal-winning architecture practice Eldridge has secured approval for a contemporary country mansion in the Surrey Hills, under the newly-updated Paragraph 80 of the NPPF (formerly Para 79).