In Pictures: The magnificent West Woodyates estate in Dorset was once owned by political patriarch Thomas ‘Diamond’ Pitt. It’s up for sale for the first time since 1929, sporting an £18.5m asking price.
In Pictures: The sale of The Blenkinsopp Estate is “a generational opportunity to purchase one of Northumberland’s pre-eminent estates,” says Knight Frank.
The 16.4 acre plot at Sulis Down comes with approved plans for 171 ‘Cotswold Arts & Crafts’ style houses.
PSF prices in the 15 most highly-rated resi developments for design in London on reviews platform HomeViews are an average of 11% higher than for comparable new-build sales in the same postcodes.
PLP Architecture, MSMR and Yabu Pushelberg are creating a statement mixed-use scheme in the heart of the Square Mile, delivering 160 high-spec private residences alongside a luxury hotel in a 43-storey bronze skyscraper for Singapore’s UOL Group.
Foster + Partners’ masterplan for Thameside West in East London has been given the go-ahead by Deputy Mayor Jules Pipe.
This three-bed flat in Whitehall Court was the top-secret pied-a-terre of the first MI6 chief, Sir Mansfield Smith-Cumming.
Benningen Lloyd’s “Editions” collection for EcoWorld Ballymore’s Nine Elms regen scheme offers three looks ranging from “muted tones” to “a pop of colour”.
20 Old Queen Street was once home to paper tycoon Henry G. Spicer.
In Pictures: Fawley Waterside will deliver 1,500 new homes in a new “smart town” on the 300-acre Fawley Power Station site on Southampton Water, masterplanned by Poundbury architect Léon Krier. “Our ambition is to build one of the most beautiful small towns in England,” says the developer.