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The very name ‘country house’ implies a certain rural solitude; a fine house surrounded by its own acres. Yet, some owners, for reasons of preference or amenity, chose to site their country house on the coast – and the recent … Continue reading
The National Trust for Scotland (NTS) is one of the largest landowners north of the border with 130 properties, including 26 castles, palaces and country houses, and over 78,000-acres. Yet like a feckless son who has inherited plenty but isn’t … Continue reading