The Crooked House of Windsor

This quirky, off-balance structure is famously known as The Crooked House of Windsor. It is a Grade II listed commercial building in Windsor, England dating back 1687. The structure, which is also called The Market Cross House, was reconstructed in the eighteenth century and now stands at "an outrageous slant." It has three storeys and... Continue Reading →

Beautifully Preserved 1734 “High House” For Sale In London, England

This townhouse or High House - as the Brits call them, is around 300 years old! This Grade II* listed house has many of the original features from when it was built in 1734.  That's when George II was King of Great Britain! This veritable time capsule is for sale for the first time in... Continue Reading →

The Skinniest House In London Is For Sale!

This historic row house in London, England measures in at a mere six feet wide. There are many humans taller than that. Heck, maybe even wider than that! You can almost miss the indigo blue sliver of a house at 110 Goldhawk Road in London, wedged between two store front buildings. From the exterior, it... Continue Reading →

For Sale: Victorian Shop & Flat in London

Oh this one is lovely! This beautiful Grade II-listed shop with a flat above is for sale in the Spitalfields Market area of London, England. The bright yellow storefront building on Brushfield Street is located in what used to be Henry VIII’s artillery ground, where soldiers once practiced archery and musketry during the 16th century.... Continue Reading →

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