In the 1986 film Heartburn, the late Nora Ephron’s fictionalised account of the break-up of her marriage to journalist Carl Bernstein, the newlyweds are showing friends round the fire-ravished ruin of a house they’ve just purchased. “This is why we bought the place,” says the husband, proudly pointing to the period marble chimneypiece.
It raises a smile, but they wouldn’t be the first to buy a property on the strength...
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