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City and Country

2016 WhatHouse? Awards Best Medium Housebuilder
2015 PROPS Awards Residential Developer of the Year


City & Country is the award-winning heritage developer operating in the South and prime markets around key cities. From stylish and unique conversion apartments and houses to contemporary newly built properties, we offer an inspiring selection of new homes to choose from.

 

The New Yard, Bristol

EXCITING NEW PHASE LAUNCHING 28TH OCTOBER

1, 2 and 3 bedroom newly built apartments from £250,000

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King Edward VII Estate - Midhurst

LIVE IN AN EXQUISITE HERITAGE HOME

Exclusive 1,2 & 3 bedroom apartments

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The General - Bristol

STAMP DUTY PAID ON SELECTED HOMES

2 & 3 bedroom apartments from £525,000 to £875,000

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The Iron Foundry

CHIC CITY LIVING

Final apartments released. Don't miss out!

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Donaldson's - Edinburgh

COMING SOON

Luxurious studio, 1,2 & 3 bedroom apartments

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1877 The Old Portsmouth Gaol

COMING SOON

1,2 & 3 bedroom conversion and new build homes

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1885 The Old Dorchester Gaol

COMING SOON

1,2 & 3 bedroom conversion and new build homes

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AWARD-WINNING

HERITAGE DEVELOPER

2016 WHATHOUSE? - Best Medium Housebuilder and 2015 PROPS - Residential Developer of the Year

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The General, Bristol

The General, located in BS1 a short walk from Bristol city centre and Temple Meads Station, offers both stylish converted character homes in the original...

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Browse through the wide variety of homes City & Country has to offer.

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The last time George Clarke visited King Edward VII Estate was back in 2013 prior to restoration works. Since returning, he has found the transformation to be simply stunning...

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George Clarke
TV's Restoration Man

"The plight of Britain's architectural heritage is a cause that is close to my heart and it is great to see a company like City & Country so engaged with this too."

SEE GEORGE CLARKE AT KING EDWARD VII ESTATE

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