The Merchant's House was built in 1832 and the Tredwell family lived there until the youngest daughter died in poverty in the 1930s
New figures show house price rises are slowing in London, and rising faster in surrounding regions as buyers widen their search for more affordable homes.
Alex Johnson presents his round-up of this week's property news, including cardboard houses and children's wish lists
With the City 20 minutes away, families and young professionals are flocking to rent and buy roomy period home
New homes within one of the capital's most recognisable buildings, the BBC's iconic former office complex in west London, are set to go on sale this weekend. We get the first look inside.
The Queen will turn 90 on April 21 and research reveals that average house prices have soared from just over £600 when she was born to £291,000 today.
A favourite project of Grand Designs's presenter Kevin McCloud, this Yorkshire castle has featured twice on the show and could be yours for £1.65 million...
Kate Winslet’s former holiday home by the west Cornish coast is on the market for £400,000.
The south-east London borough of Bexley has claimed the top spot on the National Hotspots Index for the seventh time, while demand is also rising in popular commuter areas such as Ipswich, Milton Keynes and Medway.
Londoners have voted on the professions considered to be the best additions to a flatshare, with medical professionals and DIY experts topping the list, says a new survey.
Why was this rolling stretch of English countryside, less than an hour from London, voted Britain’s finest rural location? It’s down to good local schools, pretty hamlets and perfect village pubs.
The Surrey mansion once shared by Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Ashley Cole is for sale for £7.5 million
Stamp duty on buy-to-let and other properties not intended as a main residence will rise 3 per cent at midnight on April 1
House prices there peaked at £105,608 in the first quarter of 2008, but have since dropped 9 per cent from the start of 2000
The UK's first passive house blazes a trail in Camden with triple glazing, solar panels, green roofs and cleaner air inside than out.
From nuclear bunkers with retractable roofs and water tower conversions with rooftop pools to churches and Victorian schools that have been transformed into stunning homes, we take a tour of the unique and show-stopping homes just waiting to be snapped up.