Charming village homes in Robin Hood's Bay in North Yorkshire built in a fissure between two steep cliffs. The village houses were built mostly of sandstone with red-tiled roofs.The town, which consists of a maze of tiny streets, has a tradition of smuggling, and there is reputed to be a network of subterranean passageways linking the houses. During the late 18th century smuggling was rife on the Yorkshire coast.
Private farmhouse, Gloucester. The farmhouse is Grade II Listed and has absorbed changes and layers of occupation from the 17th century onwards. Today, its latest evolution sees the careful removal of unsympathetic extensions to the main house and the insertion of a modem glass structure, which bridges the gap between the two original buildings. Who are you calling "unsympathetic?"