by PrimeResi March 10, 2014
Some pretty significant estates have hit the market in the UK over the last year, but not many can claim to have been submitted to the United Nations UNESCO Committee to join the likes of Stonehenge and Westminster Abbey as a World Heritage Site.
These articles are worth a read too:
- Westminster’s planning chief moves on after 17 years December 21, 2016
- £5.5m price cut for stately Tyringham Hall May 16, 2016
- Berkeley warns on dangers of ‘one of the world’s highest property tax regimes’ March 18, 2016
by PrimeResi - Mar 10, 2014