- RT @_houseandgarden: A Robert Adam house rescued from a future as a nunnery by a £5 bet. buff.ly/2OTNHnb https://t.co/Y9V2hmTpFe 4 hours ago
- RT @ScottishField: Loch and island views from Glenborrodale Castle could be yours - for offers over £3.75million. @BellIngram #Scotland #… 6 hours ago
- RT @_houseandgarden: A beautiful Irish castle in the same family for 700 years... buff.ly/2mv4Eeg 6 hours ago
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For houses which are owned by the same family for hundreds of years, the rhythm of their fortunes can often be read in the architecture of the house as it grows and shrinks accordingly. This was certainly the case with … Continue reading
If there was a prize for commitment above and beyond financial sense then the owner of High Elms Manor/Garston Manor could probably win ‘Highly Commended’ for her determination to rescue this once-derelict country house on the edge of Watford, Hertfordshire, … Continue reading