Monthly Archives: July 2013

Polo mints a new devotee in Colin

The arrival of Prince George of Cambridge means that the sport of polo may be short of one devotee for a while. So while the prince’s dad, Prince William, is busy changing nappies instead of playing the sport, Colin Shairp, … Continue reading

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Georgian home hidden in gated enclave

There are many secret corners in Southsea but few can be more so than the gated enclave of Clifton Terrace. Set in Southsea’s oldest conservation area, Grade II-listed Clifton Terrace offers both privacy and extensive views even though it’s in … Continue reading

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Get clued up about magnificent new house

The clue’s in the name – it’s not difficult to work out what you will see from the windows of Field View House. This brand independently planned and built family home in First Avenue, Blatchmere, is also close to the … Continue reading

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Hideaway looks so different now

There has been a steady flow of improvements at a cottage for sale in Walderton. In fact Stream Cottage is now so radically different that browsers using the traditional Google Streetview route to find it will have a job to … Continue reading

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Hot homes still needed for a heated market

Is the residential property market getting hot this summer, just as the weather is tipped to be doing the same for the whole of July? I can certainly vouch that the ratio of viewings to successful bids has virtually halved … Continue reading

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