This two-bedroom tower with a glass modern extension offers the best mix of old and new...
The north-east London borough containing Ilford, Woodford and Wanstead has the best levels of life satisfaction in the capital, according to the latest data from the Office of National Statistics. So, what makes it such a good place to live? We find out...
Three hot Potter properties on sale in the same week? Better get saving those knuts and galleons...
Phil Palmer and Michael Butcher are selling the three-bedroom property they built near Newbury, Berkshire that featured in Channel 4's Grand Designs in 2013
The slowdown in house price growth is intensifying as unaffordability, tax changes and high stamp duty costs combine to reduce market activity.
This diminutive property is dwarfed by its neighbours - but Bilbo Baggins would be proud to live here...
Divorcing Hollywood golden couple own an impressive collection of property across the globe.
As part of his series celebrating risky, inventive and ingenious small-builds, George Clarke visits Guy Mallinson as he builds a £120,000 treehouse at the bottom of his garden in Dorset
Property in Berkshire was featured in the first Harry Potter film after being scouted as the best example of a "perfectly ordinary house"
Daniel Arsham is colour-blind and his work is famed for its neutral palette. But that’s all changed for his first show of works in colour, opening at New York's Galerie Perrotin
This well-worn story upholds a sexist myth that many men are being cuckolded into raising children who biologically are not their own, writes Matilda Battersby
When faced with everyday problems (such as the fact that you might be hanged) everyone knows that the best thing to do is to rip off your shirt and start mining with a frenzy that shows off your sculpted pecs to their very best, sweaty advantage.
Not one UK building cost enough to make it rank among the priciest structures in the world, with the list dominated by skyscrapers and resorts in the USA, Asia and Middle East.
Spitting Image hasn’t been performed in 48 years but is due to headline the King’s Head Theatre’s Queer Season in August
Four sculptural Serpentine Summer Houses could be yours - if your garden is big enough...
George Austen, the father of Jane Austen, lived at the farm where this 1780s oast house stands