Saying Goodbye to Their Ancestral Homes Is a Necessary, Yet ‘Terribly Sad’ Affair

Roderick Thomas has vivid childhood memories of days spent rampaging around Boulston Manor, his grandparents’ late-18th-century country home in Wales, playing chase with his sister and their cousins and exploring its grounds on horseback.

Rochelle Westropp has similar recollections of idyllic summers spent at The Warren, the West London riverside house she, her mother and her grandmother all grew up in.

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