We're very lucky to see some particularly historic homes in St Albans. One of the oldest maps around, dating back over 600 years, shows the cottages now standing in Romeland. These three houses, of traditional timber frame construction, are overlooking the Cathedral and the historic Abbey Gateway - which was once the gateway in the Roman wall leading into 'Verulamium ' the capital of Roman Britain. And we're delighted to have been appointed the sole agent to sell 'Romeland Cottage ' - oozing history and actually with one flank wall overlooking the churchyard! Full details on our web site. This is really a once in a generation opportunity to acquire a piece of local history only 12 minutes walk from St Albans ' city station.
Brighton and neighbouring Hove have long been billed as a 'city by the sea' but traditionally they have been home moving destinations among older workers and retirees looking to combine fresh salty air with a relatively quick commute into London, say Sussex estate agents Winkworth. New research from Lloyds Bank, however, shows that the demographic in Brighton and Hove is changing, with this stretch of...
July 30, 2015
Kent - the Garden of England and home to some of the most beautiful country residences, historical towns and breathtaking stretches of coastline in the south. At this time of year estate agents in Kent are overwhelmed with prospective home buyers who have been in the county and have fallen in love with its charms. Whether they've been to Chartwell - the former home of...
June 05, 2015
Hardly a week goes past without a new landmark survey or house price index being launched and of late, a large proportion of news has come from the South East. One of the biggest announcements came from Chancellor George Osborne, who in March revealed plans for 20 new housing zones outside of London. The South East is set for two of these zones - in...
May 06, 2015
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