Monthly Archives: July 2016

Hidden haven is about to be revealed

The whole idea of a haven for a home is that to the wider world it remains largely unseen. At the same time, owning one doesn’t necessarily indicate a wish to be remote, just for a bit of peace and … Continue reading

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Shop early for Christmas – this home’s a gift!

There’s nothing quite like moving into a new home. No-one has lived there before so everything about it belongs to you. But finding such a home in a truly desirable spot can be difficult. Many new homes are parts of … Continue reading

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Plant a good impression in buyers’ minds

It’s easy to overlook your front garden, but it could be more of an asset than you think. If you’re thinking of selling your home and want to make a good first impression, or you just want to improve its … Continue reading

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Brexit is no reason to exit the market

There have been jitters in the residential property market following the Brexit vote, but with a new Government in place faster than anyone expected and the people who promoted Brexit being handed the task of sorting out the EU negotiations … Continue reading

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Visionary pair could see how Lee would prosper

Builder Montague Gibbs and architect Trevor Tatham had a huge influence on the growth of Lee-on-the-Solent after World War 1. And an example of how they expected the area, and the people moving there, to prosper is tucked away in … Continue reading

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