Home Eleanor Doughty Eleanor Doughty As well as contributing to Country Life regularly, Eleanor Doughty works for The i Paper and writes for the Daily Telegraph and The Times, among others. Follow Eleanor Doughty The blue plaque marking a home of writer, journalist and poet Rudyard Kipling in Villiers Street, London. Credit: Alamy Stock Photo Curious Questions: Does a blue plaque make your house more valuable? London’s multiplying Blue Plaques certainly add interest, but do they affect property values? Eleanor Doughty investigates. Appletree House in Brancaster. Credit: Stutt & Parker Where to move in Norfolk: Best places, insiders' tips and what you'll get for your money Norfolk is full of charming towns and unspoilt coastline and boasts one of Britain's finest small cities. Eleanor Doughty sings its praises and suggests a few spots to look at if you're thinking of making the move. Soap bubbles with beach scene, banknotes, house and car Credit: Alamy Why those 'win a house for £10' raffles should come with a health warning Too good to be true? Eleanor Doughty investigates the trend for sale by raffle and explains why you should always read the small print.