Prices of country houses

Prices of country houses rose by an average of 3.1% in the first quarter of the year, leading to an annualised price growth of 12.4%, the highest rate for the sector since 2000, Knight Frank research has shown. Manor houses, such as Mildmay House (above) in Twyford, Hampshire, continue to ...

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