Who would live in a place like that?

Published by Telegraph
on Friday, 28 January 2011 by Christopher Middleton
 
Inconsiderate ghosts, swaying suspension bridges and glass walls that wobble in a storm – living in Britain’s most interesting houses may have its drawbacks, but, as a new book demonstrates, it’s never dull.

Over the past three years the author, Robin Whitcomb, has been travelling the length and breadth of the country, searching out the nation’s quirkiest dwellings and the people who live in them.

There is everything from a double-decker bus in a Sussex field to a haunted castle on the Northumberland coast, from a 16-sided house in Devon to a disused railway station in Norfolk.

Along with these are …


Tags: castle, country, dwelling, ghosts, glass wall, house, property, suspension bridge, Sussex, travel

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