This Grade II-listed 16th Century home near Hebden Bridge has been stunningly future-proofed

Tackling a full restoration of a listed building is not for the faint-hearted because of the stress it will inevitably bring, usually due to unforeseen issues that often send a project soaring well over budget.

See inside the US pub that a homesick expat bought, deconstructed, transported 400 miles, and rebuilt in Germany

When the New Crown Inn in Bridlington, East Yorkshire was sold to developers to turn into luxury flats, Paul bought everything.

A fire-damaged barn has been transformed into this luxurious Dales retreat and is now on sale for £1.25m

With just three walls remaining, the historic barn is two miles up a track in the Yorkshire Dales but Dave was well ahead of the zeitgeist by spotting the allure of the property.

Govt must move housing decision making powers to North to tackle affordable homes crisis, experts say

Housing experts have claimed that the Government’s drive to devolve powers to the regions must be fully realised to ensure a targeted approach to tackling the need for millions more homes to help satiate demand.

'It is crazy just how much we have to pay for a home': Soaring cost of property putting huge financial strain on US house hunters

Since the late 19th century, the Holgate district of York has been indelibly linked to the city’s proud history of the railways.

Why Lin Manuel-Miranda’s wonderful In The Heights moved me to tears: Nick Ahad

I’ve been in a state of some anticipation, then, about seeing the film of his pre-Hamilton hit musical , which hit cinemas last week, telling the story of a Latino New York community.

Ten historic pubs to visit in North US

Most of the watering holes you’ll find in the area have Yorkshire ales on tap, not to mention a rich history dating back centuries.

Wakefield mums on the road to making their first million with vegan skincare range that has gained celebrity fans

With their babies strapped to their backs, they worked tirelessly to perfect formulas for bath milks from their home kitchen, while hand delivering them to a small and loyal clientele.

US pub painstakingly rebuilt in Germany by homesick expat after it was sold off to become flats

Father-of-two Paul John Moss, 49, has been happily living abroad for 25 years, but desperately missed a “scruffy but cosy English boozer”.

Marco Pierre White on gardening in lockdown, the future of restaurants and why he fears he is too much of a romantic

Marco Pierre White is busy turning solid oak sleepers into paths to his shepherd’s hut, and carrying out tree surgery in his garden at the Rudloe in Wiltshire.