Monthly Archives: April 2014

Choose a property peach beside the beach

If, in the words of the old song, you love to be beside the seaside then you should probably be talking to Colin Shairp at Fine and Country Southern Hampshire. He has just been instructed to sell two contrasting seafront … Continue reading

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Easter lays the golden egg for Colin

While many people enjoyed a surfeit of chocolate eggs over Easter it turned out to be more of a weekend that laid the golden egg for Portsmouth estate agent Colin Shairp. “I had Sunday off but worked the other three … Continue reading

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Rare gem in area blessed with interesting homes

It may be some distance from the sea but the appeal of Catherington has frequently caught the eye of high-ranking Naval officers. In the churchyard is the tomb of Admiral Sir Charles Napier, who had a colourful career, and a … Continue reading

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Could Colin become King of the Road?

When it comes to selling houses in Queens Road at Waterlooville, Colin Shairp looks like he could soon be king. His Fine and Country Southern Hampshire estate agency, based in Drayton and celebrating five years since its start-up, has been … Continue reading

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Celebration for thriving five year old

When you’re busy it’s easy to over look your birthday even if you’re only five! The age, of course, is only metaphorical, because while the people in the picture are obviously at least in their 20s they are celebrating the … Continue reading

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‘Hello!’ to a beautiful home

Pick up a recent issue of the magazine “25 Beautiful Homes” and, as you browse its pages, it could be “Hello!” to you. One of the stars of the magazine is a detached double fronted Victorian villa in St Edward’s … Continue reading

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Time for professionals to be braver

The national papers recently cottoned onto something that we reported on last Autumn – the difficulty when surveyors decide a property is not, in their humble opinion, worth what a buyer wants to pay for it. A further problem seems … Continue reading

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