....up to a point. Last weekend’s “House and Home”, the Financial Times property supplement, included an article called “Hot Property Car Free.” The piece advised that for readers seeking out “a peaceful second home....only one in a designated carfree environment will do.” Carfree, according to the FT, whose other supplements include the delightful “How to Spend It,” does not come cheap. Properties were highlighted in Kenya, Venice, Sark and Greece, with prices from £775,000 to €3.9 million. Of course, there are other ways to be carfree - the easiest, which doesn’t involve shelling out on an unattainable property in an exotic location, is to just get rid of your car. As in www.giveupyourcar.com.