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A Christmas gift from Winkworth Salisbury

2015 is set to be an exciting year for Salisbury. The city, described as “quintessentially English”, was the only UK entry in the top 10 list of the top cities to visit in the world by Lonely Planet in its latest edition – Best in Travel 2015. "For too long travelers have considered Salisbury a short stop on the way to Stonehenge. But 2015 is set to be the year visitors linger in this quintessentially English city, as Salisbury uncorks the champagne for the 800th anniversary of its greatest treasure, the Magna Carta. As home to the best-preserved original copy, Salisbury Cathedral is the lightning rod for the celebrations. Expect a brand new exhibition alongside an array of talks, evensongs, a flower festival and plenty more." According to the guide. The general election is likely to compress the market in the first quarter of the New Year. This, combined with those moving out of London, as it loses its pole position in property, make for a vibrant spring market. Selling your property will only work if it’s seen by the right buyers. Here at Winkworth Salisbury we can ensure that your home reaches them. That’s why we are offering a free advertisement in Country Lifemagazine to the first four country houses that we accept to market for the New Year*. With nearly 40,000 copies sold each week and 70% of those reading specifically for the property section, your home will get brilliant exposure. To find out more about this excellent opportunity and for a free market appraisal contact our team today. Matthew Hallett Winkworth Salisbury *Subject to meeting Country Life advertising criteria  

2015 is set to be an exciting year for Salisbury. The city, described as “quintessentially English”, was the only UK entry in the top 10 list of the top cities to visit in the world by Lonely Planet in its latest edition – Best in Travel 2015.

"For too long travelers have considered Salisbury a short stop on the way to Stonehenge. But 2015 is set to be the year visitors linger in this quintessentially English city, as Salisbury uncorks the champagne for the 800th anniversary of its greatest treasure, the Magna Carta. As home to the best-preserved original copy, Salisbury Cathedral is the lightning rod for the celebrations. Expect a brand new exhibition alongside an array of talks, evensongs, a flower festival and plenty more." According to the guide.

The general election is likely to compress the market in the first quarter of the New Year. This, combined with those moving out of London, as it loses its pole position in property, make for a vibrant spring market.

Selling your property will only work if it’s seen by the right buyers. Here at Winkworth Salisbury we can ensure that your home reaches them.

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That’s why we are offering a free advertisement in Country Lifemagazine to the first four country houses that we accept to market for the New Year*. With nearly 40,000 copies sold each week and 70% of those reading specifically for the property section, your home will get brilliant exposure.

To find out more about this excellent opportunity and for a free market appraisal contact our team today.

Matthew Hallett Winkworth Salisbury

*Subject to meeting Country Life advertising criteria

 

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