About “A Country Agent”
Rupert Devonshire is “A Country Agent“
Rupert Devonshire developed his passion for property when he was just a child, always seeing the potential in run down homes and barns ripe for conversion.
Growing up in rural England he was exposed to some of the most wonderful country property and the scenery in which they sat. Studying a property related degree Rupert went on to begin his career as a country estate agent in a rural property practice, then later went on to become a Chartered Surveyor rising to the position of Partner and Head of Residential Sales.
He has won several awards over the years for his quality of service and he has made many contributions to local, regional and national press including market commentary for the BBC, and most recently in The Times newspaper.
His popular blog has been republished by the Country Squire Magazine and The Times newspaper in recent years and has a loyal following, described as “laugh out loud funny“, “superb” and a “cross between James Herriot & Doc Martin, but with more tweed and some beautiful houses!“
If you have read any of his tales, you will appreciate that Rupert Devonshire is probably not his real name…
This blog is a hobby, credit is given where it is due and when possible, where the source of a photo or text is not known I am happy to add credit in retrospectively. Creating and running a blog actually incur costs if it is to be done properly so occassionally I will allow adverts and affiliate links/promotions. I do get paid for thse and this enables me to keep running the blog for your enjoyment.
I share beautiful country homes from across Great Britain.
Some may be for sale, but never through me.
Some are not for sale, but all are beautiful!
I tell true stories about my life as A Country Agent. With a loyal following and enjoyed by thousands online my stories have been published online by such publications as the Country Squire Magazine and The Times newspaper.
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