An Englishman’s home is his castle: developing historic property

Nicky Richmond comments on historic property in a double-page feature for Property Investor News

An Englishman’s home is in his castle. So said Richard Mulcaster, headmaster of Merchant Taylors School who, in his 1581 work on parental discipline, the gloriously titled ‘positions, which are necessary for the training up of children’, made the following statement: “He (the householder) is the appointer of his own circumstance and his house is his castle”

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