The house plants that are fashion must-haves

Sales of house plants have rocketed in recent years with social media helping to promote them as must-haves for the home. Young people in particular want plants in their homes to add greenery and interest, and fill strategic spots as part of their interior design. Investing in house plants can be a cheap and easy […]

House plants that help to boost your health

The humble house plant can be a key weapon in the war on indoor pollution, and new research has revealed exactly which plants are best for sucking up toxins in the home. A study of the purifying capabilities of a range of common houseplants followed an NHS report on pollution in the home. The NHS […]

Impressive three-bedroom Grade II-listed farmhouse in Stocksbridge with 3.5 acres of land and two-bedroom annexe

In a quiet hamlet with far-reaching views, is this rather splendid Grade II-listed semi-detached property built in 1786 with approximately 3.5 acres of land –perfect for anyone with an equestrian interest. Briery Busk Farm on Nine Acre Lane, Stocksbridge, also has a separate two-bedroom annexe which can, if required, be accessed via the main house. It is ideal […]

Bungalows with views, and special features, for sale in Sheffield

Within open countryside. but close to the sought after village of Dronfield, is this equestrian property – a bungalow with land, ménage, stables, tack rooms and barns. With about 8.2 acres of land, the bungalow has two bedrooms, a luxury kitchen and diner, and boasts  a sun terrace as a special feature overlooking its grounds. The bungalow is […]

New homes in appealing Yorkshire village location

New homes in a picturesque Yorkshire village blend modern convenience with rural charm. Holme View, a development by Miller Homes, will bring 39 three, four and five bedroom homes to the village of Scholes, in Summer Wine country.. “We are delighted to have now opened our doors on this development after launching our online reservations […]

Could modular homes resolve the housing crisis?

Despite the government’s plans to build 300,000 homes each year by 2025, research shows that the current sector can only deliver 183,000, and just 22 per cent of new-builds will be classified as affordable housing. Combined with increasing rent prices, that have risen 60 per cent faster than wages, as revealed by the charity Shelter,  it’s […]