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A Magnificent Mammoth Mansion

Grade I listed Jacobean prodigy house in Hampshire for sale for £10 million; it allegedly is haunted by 14 ghosts and comes with planning...

Britain’s Priciest Houseboat

Thames houseboat moored at Cadogan Pier in Chelsea goes on sale for extraordinary sum of £2.5 million   What could likely be Britain’s most expensive houseboat...

A Highly Priced Hall

Queen Anne house in South Yorkshire for sale for punchy sum of £1.2 million   An architecturally striking four-storey Queen Anne house in South Yorkshire is...

Mind Your Manor

Quintessential English manor house for sale   A typical English manor house has been placed on the market for £3.85 million ($4.8 million, €4.5 million or...

A Happy House

Berkshire country house named “Gays” for sale   Not connected with the LGBT community in any way, but in fact named after a man named John...

Moving a mansion

Washington’s oldest house – which was originally located in Massachusetts – for sale   The Lindens in Washington’s Kalorama Heights is generally considered to be the...

Beaten by Bloomberg

Michael Bloomberg offers £2 million above the £15 million asking price to see off three other bidders and buys George Eliot’s house by the River...

Handeling a house

One of Britain’s finest Queen Anne residences comes to the market   On the market for the first time in 600 years, Grade I listed Malmesbury...
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