Recording the country houses which:
:: have only ever been inherited or, if sold, then just the once, centuries ago
:: are not generally open to the public (ideally not even the gardens, once a year)
Bonus points for:
:: never having featured in Country Life magazine
:: having minimal-to-zero web prescence.
Somehow these places are ticking along without the need to be ‘rescued’. Let’s record them now before that baleful ‘first time on the market’ fold-out spread appears at the wrong end of Country Life.
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