Houses for sale in Mar 2011

British and Irish stately homes for sale – changes this month:

Pusey House, Oxfordshire, England  **Withdrawn 16 Mar**
£27m, 643 acres, built 1748 for J Pusey by J Sanderson, Grade II*, gardens Grade II, Knight Frank, Savillsbrochure, satellite, last sold 1997, launched Jun 2010, Country Seat, DiCamillo, Wiki.

Crowcombe Court, Somerset, England  ** New – 30 Mar **
£2m (excl. stables), 7 acres, built 1723–39 for Thomas Carew by Nathaniel Ireson, Grade I, gardens Grade II, Jackson Stops, brochure, satellite, website, last sold 1999, launched 30 Mar 2011 (Aug 2008, £2.5m, 4 acres), Country Seat, DiCamillo, Wiki.

Cherkley Court, Surrey, England ** Sold – 31 Mar **
£20m, 370 acres, built 1870/1893 for Abraham Dixon, owned by Lord Beaverbrook & family 1910-98, Grade II in 1990, gardens unlisted, Savills, brochure, satellite, website, last sold 1998, launched 15 Sep 2010, news, Country Seat, DiCamillo, Wiki.

Beechfield Tower, Northumberland, England  ** New **
£3.5m, 6 acres, built 1400’s & 1622 for Fenwick family (aka West Bitchfield), Grade I, gardens unlisted, Sanderson Young, Strutt & Parker, brochure, satellite, last sold 1995, launched 16 Mar 2011, Country Seat, DiCamillo, Wiki.

Dowdeswell Court, Gloucestershire, England – £7.9m, 8 acres (Withdrawn on 3 March).

Quernmore Hall, Lancashire, England – £5m, 23 acres (relaunched in March at £4m).

Myres Castle, Fife, Scotland – £2.95m, 45 acres ** Price drop 12 Mar ** (£3.5m June).

Spencers, Essex, England – £3.75m, 97 acres (Country Life). New

Brightwell Park, Oxfordshire, England – £5m, 135 acres (Country Life). New

Pinewoods House, Surrey, England – £20m, 3 acres. New

Duninga House, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland – €1.25m, 48 acres  ** Sold **

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