I see that Glenthorne is for sale again: one of the more magical, if spectacularly remote, houses I have ever stayed in, down miles and miles of a precipitous and winding track, through several gates until you emerge in front of an early Victorian – or is it late Georgian ? – country house perched on the edge of the Bristol Channel.
We used to love going to stay there which we did for many years. In another life, I would retire there and walk along the coastal paths again eastwards to Porlock or west to Lynton. £7 million seems not so expensive. But I guess the complete isolation may not be to everyone’s taste.
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Heaven on earth but punitive tax, stamp duty and levies on non UK buyers ensures a steady erosion of potential purchasers.