Famous off-grid farmhouse at the foot of Ingleborough is for sale

Crina Bottom farmhouse is a landmark for walkers tackling Ingleborough and now the off-grid idyll is for sale

Crina Bottom farmhouse and its 11 acres of land are now for sale for offers over £425,000 with Neil Wright estate agents in Settle
Crina Bottom farmhouse and its 11 acres of land are now for sale for offers over £425,000 with Neil Wright estate agents in Settle

One of the most sought-after homes in Yorkshire right now is not a million pound plus house with the latest mod cons and luxurious interiors. It is the charmingly named Crina Bottom just outside the village of Ingleton, which is now for sale and attracting thousands of views online thanks to its glorious location at the foot of Ingleborough.

The rustic 17th century farmhouse, which is on the market for offers over £425,000 with the Neil Wright estate agency, boasts splendid views of Yorkshire’s second highest mountain and the surrounding countryside. “Crina Bottom is a very special property and

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See inside the stunning homes of the world’s most famous architects an

We could all use a little inspiration right about now, and this new book certainly fits the bill.

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Life Meets Art takes readers around the globe, through time, and inside the homes of famous creative people. As part of the research process, author Sam Lubell visited many of the 250 homes featured in the book before the coronavirus hit, taking in the scent of the space, listening to its ambient sounds, and seeing how the light hit the walls.

The resulting selection leaves much to ogle at, and is a feast both for the eyes and imagination. Many of the homes have a style that mirrors the owner’s professional aesthetic (leopard print abounds at Diane von Furstenberg’s home, for instance). But Lubell says there were surprises too, and people’s hidden talents emerged from the woodwork of their homes. Author Edith Wharton was a skilled designer, and in

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Does A Famous Real Estate Mogul Need To Leave New York For A Market Bounce?


  • New York relies on real estate for half of its tax revenue
  • New York City hit by pandemic, with unemployment much higher than the national average
  • Trump suggested he and his wife, Melania, would relocate to Florida

Real estate values in New York City could get a lift if one of its more high-profile occasional residents, President Donald Trump, permanently moves to Florida after he leaves office, real estate agents claimed.

Online news tabloid TMZ reported, without quotes or identifying its sources, that a Trump departure could boost real estate values in New York City. If he does leave the city, as he pledged in October 2019, the tabloid notes that security measures at his buildings would be downgraded and access to the building and surrounding areas would improve.

“If Trump scrams … most, if not all, of that goes away — which our sources say would help

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Donald Trump’s Famous S-76 Helicopter Is For Sale

This particular S-76B came off the line at Sikorsky, which is now a division of Lockheed Martin, in 1989, two years after the type first hit the market. The company had introduced the original S-76A in the late 1970s. N76DT, which also has the serial number 760351, has just under 6,260 flight hours on the airframe.

The improved S-76B, an outgrowth of a helicopter Sikorsky originally marketed as the S-76 Mk II, had more powerful engines, as well as improved avionics and other upgrades that allowed for true all-weather operation. S-76 series helicopters, including further improved S-76C variants, have seen some use with militaries and other security forces. However, they have long been a go-to choice for VIPs, including notable business figures, such as Trump, and other celebrities, and even heads of state and royalty, including the Queen of England. Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and seven others tragically died

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Modernist architectural marvel made famous by Slim Aarons for sale for $25m

The Kaufmann Desert House, an architectural marvel that helped define the modernist aesthetic of the resort city of Palm Springs, is up for sale at $25m.

a view of a park bench: Photograph: Arcaid Images/Alamy

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Built in 1946 to the designs of Richard Neutra, the house first became famous in Julius Shulman’s twilight black-and-white frame, the misty San Jacinto Mountains in the background, and then again in 1970 when society photographer Slim Aarons used the house and its pool for the setting of his legendary snapshot, Poolside Gossip.


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The Los Angeles Times and its panel of experts named it one of the best houses of all time in southern California in 2008. Neutra’s sleek glass, steel and Utah stone design was considered radical at the time, paving the way for the west coast concept of “indoor outdoor” living. At the time of construction, the focus of the house was

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Famous TV and movie homes that are actually real

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