Sometimes the perfect house can return to the market sooner than you might think
Kathryn Bradley Hole celebrates the 'sumptous colouring and noble form', as well as the powerful scent, of the peony.
The latest RICS survey shows the strongest rise in house prices for two years but economists wonder whether the World Cup will affect buyer interest in June.
Tessa Reading reviews Summer Lodge Country House Hotel, Evershot, Dorset
The southern 'gateway to the lakes' is a lively market town, and with competitive property prices compared to inside the National Park, buying there could make for a wise investment.
Carla finds that the phenomenon of agents namedropping celebrity neighbours to help sell a property shows no signs of abating...
Charity treks in outlandishly far-flung places are all very well, says Carla Carlisle, but maybe people should start looking beyond the personal gains of travel and fitness, and concentrate on…
The scramble for good schools sends nearby property prices soaring, says Penny Churchill.
Anna Tyzack finds out how best you can ensure your dogs are as as safe from theft as they can be
If you think your local pub is something a little bit special, why not nominate it for a best rural pub award?
A golden opportunity has arisen to own of one of Rock's architectural landmark houses.
A magical Scottish estate provides scenic countryside, salmon and trout fishery and comfortable accommodation for prospective owners.
The latest figures from the DCLG show that house prices are still growing – particularly in London.
The bidding is bound to be intense on these classic country estates
Sandy Mitchell must find a new home for old junk as part of his renovation project
Make history at the Antique Rose Show
An ancient house near Richmond, Yorkshire is historically and architecturally important as well as being an idyllic family home.
There are now 63,200 more properties valued at £1 million than there were in 1995, says the Halifax.
Carla mulls the pros and cons of incorporating a golf course for diversification, and to add value to land
Carla Carlisle finds many similarities between the life of a young student who was tragically killed trying to help a woman on a train, and her own son, who is…