Are the Rothschilds Leaving England?

The Rothschild’s sprawling 1,700 country estate – which comes with its own village at its heart – has gone on the market for £24million.

Boasting 34 cottages and farmhouses, an award-winning stud farm and two lakes, Rushbrooke Estate in Suffolk is one of the most expensive properties to come up for sale outside the south-east.

The Estate has been owned by one of Europe’s most famous families since 1938.

6 Responses to “Are the Rothschilds Leaving England?”

  1. Tapestry says:

    Quick flip and they’ll be arriving in Ukraine to occupy their new estates, bought for a song. Just a guess.

    • ian says:

      Very likely Tap’, I notice that vast areas of farmland are being bought by Western “investors”. A common practice of the Rothschilds.

  2. pete fairhurst says:

    I always assumed that they wouldn’t want to sh1t in their own nest, which gave me a perverse reassurance

    So is this symbolic of rats leaving a sinking ship? They must know something that we can only guess at. But we’ve certainly got plenty of clues to help us make an educated guess haven’t we

  3. danceaway says:

    I agree with you both.