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8h Updated International Real Estate: House Hunting in … Hong Kong
Even as events conspire to dent its prices and sales volume, Hong Kong remains the world’s most expensive housing market.
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Rockeries are back in fashion, say British garden centres9h Rockeries are back in fashion, say British garden centres
With many gardeners short of weeding time, rocks and alpine plants are in vogue this Easter A rockery revival is under way. A new generation of gardeners, inspired by Instagram images, are once again buying boulders to build rock gardens that had until recently been written off as an old-fashioned idea. Garden retailers and designers are reporting a comeback for rockeries, which are viewed as low maintenance and a welcoming environment for garden wildlife.
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Let’s move to Ely, Cambridgeshire: still haunted by its past9h Let’s move to Ely, Cambridgeshire: still haunted by its past
‘I can imagine a rather fabulous Nordic-noir inspired TV detective series being set there’
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Exclusive: A Duplex Penthouse With Park Views on the Market for $11.25 Million9h Updated Exclusive: A Duplex Penthouse With Park Views on the Market for $11.25 Million
The apartment was home to Barbra Streisand for more than three decades.
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Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue Gets in Gear12h Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue Gets in Gear
After years of false starts, the busy thoroughfare known for its gas stations and carwashes is seeing a construction frenzy of mid-rise apartment buildings.
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16h Historic Bank Buildings Get a Second Act
New developments across the city are repurposing the opulent spaces where New Yorkers once deposited their savings.
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Homes with stained glass windows – in pictures19h Homes with stained glass windows – in pictures
From a converted chapel in Bristol to a Victorian church in North Yorkshire, here are some homes with colour
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So 1% of the people own half of England. Inheritance tax reform could fix that | Peter Hetherington34h So 1% of the people own half of England. Inheritance tax reform could fix that | Peter Hetherington
I interviewed private landowners across the UK – if we want to stop them trading what is morally ours, we need radical change Four years ago I asked a simple question about our most basic resource that feeds, waters and houses the nation, while providing energy, timber, recreation for millions and much else besides. Why don’t we, governments and individuals, value
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36h Updated On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week’s properties are in the financial district, Harlem and Brooklyn Heights.
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40h Updated On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey
This week’s properties include a five-bedroom in East Amwell, N.J., and a four-bedroom in Larchmont, N.Y.
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Little Pipe Cay: Most expensive overseas property for sale on Rightmove40h Updated Little Pipe Cay: Most expensive overseas property for sale on Rightmove
You'll need £65million if you fancy buying this private island in the Bahamas, which is the most expensive property for sale on the property website Rightmove.
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