Monthly Archives: October 2014

Estate agent Albert is on the ball

Enthusiastic golfing estate agent Albert Zarb-Cousin has just won the Portsmouth Property Association golf tournament – for the third time. Albert, a team member at the Fine and Country Southern Hampshire and Town and Country Southern estate agencies in Havant … Continue reading

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Taste that fine country life at Holly Lodge

Everyone felt sorry for poor Marjorie fforbes-Hamilton when she was relegated from the big house to the gate lodge in the popular BBC comedy “To The Manor Born”. But living in the lodge rather than the big house will bring … Continue reading

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Country property that delivers fine views

When a property has a name like Field View you expect it to live up to its promise. And Field View in Five Heads Road at Horndean certainly does deliver, so much so that in addition to plentiful scope to … Continue reading

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House has abundant and irresistible charms

House has abundant and irresistible charms Swanwick – it has a nature reserve, a position on the banks of a world-famous river, a steam powered brickworks, and a space-age buildings where the inhabitants tell high flying pilots what to do … Continue reading

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Agency team is tops with clients

If you think the property market is competitive, you want to try being an estate agent! For while keeping an eye on the ball for everyone else to be successful you have to be on top of your own game, … Continue reading

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Choices to tax your brain

The political party conference season has brought its usual focus on property matters – to tax mansions or not and help for first time buyers are among the topics this year. Mansion tax is seen as something that won’t have … Continue reading

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Project combines history with 21st Century

When you have a home designed by Thomas Ellis Owen, known as the “Father of Southsea”, and named after one of his grandchildren you have what might truly be described as a very important property. But that doesn’t mean, despite … Continue reading

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