There is no more beautiful time to be in England than in late May early June when England is at her very ‘greenest’! Behind various gate posts, hedges and ancient oak trees there are some gorgeous English properties to be found. Many centuries old and most, lovingly maintained and cherished, they guard the secrets of all who have crossed their threshold and dwelt beneath their roofs and gables.
A Cotswold stone, Queen Anne property in Kingham, just south of Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire.
A different style but still one of the most beautiful of English properties.
Just outside of Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds, maybe close to the road but I wouldn’t say ‘no’!!
South west of London in Surrey, another tempting prospect!, one of my favourite types of English properties.
The back of the Surrey cottage where Rosie’s Springer Spaniel puppies were born.
The doorway to an enchanting Cotswold Cottage in stunning Broadway, the jewel of the Cotswolds.
and of course how could we miss the ‘fairytale’, English thatch, a sublime example of traditional English properties this one probably dating back to at least the 16th century…..
Of course not everyone in England lives in such splendour, lucky for those who do!!!