Living in Bath | What is it like to live in Bath – Strutt & Parker
Located on the edge of the Cotswolds, Bath is a truly stunning city which is known for its elegant Georgian architecture and famous Roman baths.
Take 5… Homes near good schools
With the turn in the weather indicating the start of a new term, we’ve picked five properties near good schools.
Living in Guildford: What’s not to love?
With its charming cobbled high street, famous Guildhall gold clock and excellent transport links, it’s little wonder that the Surrey County town of Guildford has become one of the most sought-after places to live.
Take 5… Homes near horse trials
if you’re feeling inspired to visit any of the horse trials, we’ve picked five homes on the market near each.
What to do in Exeter for Locals
Exeter is one of the most in-demand property locations in the UK. Find out why with our guide to what to do in Exeter for locals and what Exeter is famous for.
Take 5… Homes for families with older children
We’ve picked five fantastic homes on the market that have all the bells and whistles for families with older children.
Take 5… Homes with impressive EPCs
We’ve picked five fantastic homes on the market that have high EPCs
Living in West Sussex, with Alice Luxmoore Styles
From the people who move you: Alice Luxmoore Styles shares her favourite places in West Sussex.
Choosing the right sixth form education for your child
Education remains a top motivation for moving, with 36% of respondents citing good schools as a key driver for making the decision to up sticks. We sit down with James Bamforth, Head of Sixth Form at Pangbourne College, to get some top tips on how to select a new sixth form.
Suburban myths: why out-of-town living is taking on a whole new look
Suburbia isn’t what it used to be. Once upon a time, the ‘burbs’ were just part and parcel of commuter belts, a destination only due to their proximity to schools and train lines. But nowadays, these leafy addresses are the places to settle in – not settle for.
Living in The Cotswolds, with George Evans
From the people who move you: George Evans shares his hotspots in The Cotswolds
Take 5… Homes with tennis courts
From grass courts with court side viewing, to all weather courts for year round playing, we’ve picked five homes to encourage you to dust off your racket and trainers and hit the court.
Your essential to-do list for moving home
Moving house is exciting. But with so much to sort out, it can also be stressful. James Brine in our New Homes team has created a handy 13-step guide to make sure everything goes smoothly – before, during and after your move.
Living in South Kensington, with Rosie Carter
From the people who move you: Rosie Carter shares her favourite places in South Kensington
Period property restoration – where do I start?
Are you dreaming of a restoration project? We sat down with the award-winning Stonewood Builders for advice on where to begin.
Take 5… Homes fit for a Platinum Jubilee party
If planning to host a party for Her Majesty, look no further than these homes to provide the perfect setting
Happy and glorious: the interior design trends that span Queen Elizabeth II’s reign
From avocado bathroom suites to flat screen TVs, our homes have gone through a dizzying set of changes since Queen Elizabeth II ascended the throne. With Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee fast approaching, we take a closer look at the most memorable interior design trends of the past seven decades.