Monthly Archives: January 2014

History has little relevance to property valuation

This a year when everyone’s looking at history. It’s 70 years since D-Day was launched in June, with the command centre at Southwick House just the other side of Portsdown Hill from Portsmouth. In August, the centenary of World War … Continue reading

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Victorian house that blooms

Orchids are those frequently exotic plants that enthusiasts nurture tenderly. And Victorian townhouses are equally nurtured by enthusiasts who recognise their style and the appeal of their many period features. The problems can come when people who take on Victorian … Continue reading

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One big window on the world…

You’ll have to learn to forgive your guests coming over with a glazed expression if you buy a property for sale in Old Portsmouth. The penthouse at Centurion Court in Gunwharf Quays has a living area that creates one big … Continue reading

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Hayling haven where life’s for living

If you take the view that life’s for living then here’s the house for you! The presence of a boat shed as you enter the drive confirms that Copsewood House has relaxation as one of its main purposes and, come … Continue reading

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House is a real blast from the past!

Britain is a country steeped in history – but when it comes to Naval history, Portsmouth is the epicentre. It’s a rich heritage that draws many people to the city and now there’s a chance for one lucky family to … Continue reading

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Rise above the blues, slumber in seventh heaven

Got the New Year blues as you search for that elusive luxury home? That can soon be put right by a visit to The Blue Building at Gunwharf Quays, where a duplex penthouse on the sixth floor will have you … Continue reading

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