This week’s grade II country house is one for the horse lovers. Featuring a remarkable stable block, three paddocks, a hay store with wash area, a safe tack room, all with CCTV and alarm system.
The average buy-to-let landlord made £80,000 profit from selling their rental property in 2018, new figures show.
This property was once used as a factory by the famous French beauty brand Lancôme. It has now been converted into a Manhattan loft style living space, whilst still preserving the rawness of the original building through exposed rafters, vaulted roofs and iron pillars.
Dating back to 1880, this renovated farmhouse is perfect for those wanting to live a quiet life. You can find this traditional stone built property on the north side of the Isle of Coll, well known for its untouched white sandy beaches and tranquil turquoise water.
Have you ever dreamt about living like a royal? This week’s property was said to be Queen Elizabeth the first’s favourite residence and was used by the monarchy as a walk-in-wardrobe. The row of houses is known as The Wardrobe and was built by Henry VII with the sole purpose of storing royal clothing. It was originally one...