Author: Alexandra Goss

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Cool is in the eye of the beholder. What might seem like a hip neighbourhood to bright young things will likely resemble a slum to... [Read More]
I live on a hill in the Wye Valley. It's this beautiful space surrounded by fields and woodland, a little oasis where the things I... [Read More]
Chris Martin has been getting estate agents round to value his house in Belsize Park, northwest London, with a view to putting it up for... [Read More]
Patience is a virtue, whether you're baking a soufflé or trying to sell your house. The co-founder of Wahaca, Thomasina Miers, put her family's chic... [Read More]
Home is in Camden, north London. The capital is so exhilarating — the art and theatre and restaurants. To have it all just around the... [Read More]
Don't talk to people in Hartlepool about house prices. The seaside spot has a good selection of period homes and decent primary schools. It's about... [Read More]
Here on Home, we are obsessed with Bodyguard — and not just for its plot twists and telegenic stars. We're also enjoying the property porn.... [Read More]
Nikki Weeks-Taylor used to go through a vacuum cleaner every six months. Dysons, Hoovers, Vaxes, uprights, canisters, cyclones, with bag, without — all tossed on... [Read More]
Drinks are on Graham Norton after the presenter and chat-show host completed the sale of his East Sussex beach house last Friday. The Irish star,... [Read More]
A shed was once a sanctuary, a miniature, stripped-back space in which to potter, listen to The Archers or escape a nagging spouse. Then came... [Read More]
Tags: Archers - Garden - Sheds
Why would you want to live anywhere else but a city when you can have world-class culture, the finest food, glorious parks, lidos and cutting-edge... [Read More]
Ours is a green and pleasant land, crisscrossed with bridleways and footpaths, and scattered with ancient towns and villages that have offered beauty and bounty... [Read More]
The sun is still shining — almost everywhere, most of the time — and Home is celebrating all things British, bright and beautiful. Even our... [Read More]
Terry, a black-cab driver, is two years from retirement and has been weaving deftly through the congested streets of central London for decades. Yet when... [Read More]
Eric Clapton is going deaf, suffers from chronic back pain and has problems with his hands. But at least he has finally managed to shift... [Read More]
Do you know anyone who isn't going on holiday to Lisbon this year? Me neither. The Portuguese capital is also a hotspot for property hunters,... [Read More]
I don't remember the first time I got on a horse, but I've spent all my life on one. Dad was a jockey, Mum worked... [Read More]
It may have been a washout Bank holiday, but at least the Easter bunny delivered for Joan Bakewell: she has just accepted an offer on... [Read More]
As politicians grapple with the fallout from the Salisbury poisoning, the worsening of our relations with Russia is having a chilling effect on Britain's luxury... [Read More]
Unless you're a lawyer, you're unlikely to have heard the news about Brian May's claim for damages for the nuisance caused by his neighbour's basement... [Read More]
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