Spending Your Inheritance

Once the solicitor relinquishes his grip on your inheritance cheque, the first course of action is obviously to procure a suitable seat for the family’s future comfort.

Andrew Triggs on his blog, BISH – British & Irish Stately Homes, has thoughtfully collated a selection of some of the finest piles that are currently up for grabs in Great Britain and Ireland.

Jack Plane

About Jack Plane

Formerly from the UK, Jack is a retired antiques dealer and self-taught woodworker, now living in Australia.
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4 Responses to Spending Your Inheritance

  1. Cgroves says:

    Hello Jack,
    Given your latest vessel building activities, I’m not sure one of those is going to be a good investment :-)…BTW, I hope that hill you’re building on is higher than a certain building in Canberra and that you have a strict policy on the sort of “creatures” you’ll be taking…


  2. Eric R says:

    ALL of these properties are spectacular.
    A bit more then parking meter, and bubble gum money to relocate to…..
    (and plenty of room to fill with beautiful furniture!)
    Thank you for sharing.


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