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Returning from my wet morning walk with the dogs, I eagerly turned on Today to see which way Scotland had decided. However this decision is viewed, certainty and confidence, it seems, were restored for the time being, with the pound and shares rising on the news. As September marches on, we have some storms of our own to get through this weekend with warm temperatures and the odd flash of lightning. The overnight rains have already seen some flash floods, as a change to the balmy conditions we have been enjoying. The weather has always played an important role in rural property sales. We anticipate the change of the seasons, as they are punctuated around the school calendar but "climate is what we expect, weather is what we get". Certainly, this prolonged period of warm weather has made visiting houses in the country a joy and the trip from London for a Saturday viewing has been about as perfect this season, as I can remember. But with autumn around the corner and all those lovely events and sports in the countryside getting into full flow, this is also a time of great anticipation. The first fire lit or warmer clothing worn is the start of the season of soups and long walks. Weekends are spent between school sports fields and the sporting field, yet the trees are still full of fruit and the surprises of winter, like Christmas, are something to look forward to in the months ahead. We are launching some wonderful houses this autumn and whatever the weather, the countryside offers something very special, as an accessible alternative to living in the capital. London has always been a collection of 'villages', with identities and areas as different as those of their country counterparts. Salisbury offers an perfect balance of history and modernity, country and town. Salisbury is "just the right size for a town - big enough for cinemas and bookshops, small enough to feel friendly and livable". And localism is at the heart of Winkworth Salisbury; it is why I first bought a house here and it is the very ethos behind the reason I built an office here. Whatever the weather, there is much to look forward to but what we provide in our service and knowledge is anything but usual. Whether buying or selling, renting or letting, we give in-depth advice and look into your requirements as an individual. We have a panel of experts to consult in all property matters, from planning and interior design to taxation and legal matters, it is important everything is right for our clients. Matthew Hallett Winkworth Salisbury

Returning from my wet morning walk with the dogs, I eagerly turned on Today to see which way Scotland had decided. However this decision is viewed, certainty and confidence, it seems, were restored for the time being, with the pound and shares rising on the news.

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As September marches on, we have some storms of our own to get through this weekend with warm temperatures and the odd flash of lightning. The overnight rains have already seen some flash floods, as a change to the balmy conditions we have been enjoying. The weather has always played an important role in rural property sales. We anticipate the change of the seasons, as they are punctuated around the school calendar but "climate is what we expect, weather is what we get". Certainly, this prolonged period of warm weather has made visiting houses in the country a joy and the trip from London for a Saturday viewing has been about as perfect this season, as I can remember.

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But with autumn around the corner and all those lovely events and sports in the countryside getting into full flow, this is also a time of great anticipation. The first fire lit or warmer clothing worn is the start of the season of soups and long walks. Weekends are spent between school sports fields and the sporting field, yet the trees are still full of fruit and the surprises of winter, like Christmas, are something to look forward to in the months ahead.

We are launching some wonderful houses this autumn and whatever the weather, the countryside offers something very special, as an accessible alternative to living in the capital. London has always been a collection of 'villages', with identities and areas as different as those of their country counterparts. Salisbury offers an perfect balance of history and modernity, country and town. Salisbury is "just the right size for a town - big enough for cinemas and bookshops, small enough to feel friendly and livable". And localism is at the heart of Winkworth Salisbury; it is why I first bought a house here and it is the very ethos behind the reason I built an office here.

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Whatever the weather, there is much to look forward to but what we provide in our service and knowledge is anything but usual. Whether buying or selling, renting or letting, we give in-depth advice and look into your requirements as an individual. We have a panel of experts to consult in all property matters, from planning and interior design to taxation and legal matters, it is important everything is right for our clients.

Matthew Hallett Winkworth Salisbury

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