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Property trends are as local and of the moment as with any other feature of the landscape. Having launched two Georgian properties recently, it has been interesting quite how much lifestyle interest there has been. Yet both originally were places of work, as well as homes. From a tailors to a doctor's house, their former uses have changed with the owners, although interestingly, both have only been sold only a couple of times in the past hundred years or so. As the way we live and work changes, as with all things; it is cyclical and in an age where around half of new roles are as self-employed, it is perhaps not surprising that we become excited about using these lovely period buildings in a modern way. A contemporary take on living above the shop is live: work, which is, in itself an evolution from the flexibility found from the digital world. But we have also fallen back in love with shops and those things from a vintage age which make sense of an age where so much is virtual. Over 90% of all daily communication is nonverbal, which is consistent with other species, but does not allow for interaction that is not face to face. Poppy received her first shoot invitation yesterday, by email. Without opposing thumbs, she could not reply herself but for a genus for which body language is hugely important, this is in its own way, as nice an adaptation of modern living within the framework of things gone by. Salisbury is, in my own view a progressive yet historic city, which demonstrates how well what was good from the past can work alongside the way we live and work today. Matthew Hallett Winkworth Salisbury

Property trends are as local and of the moment as with any other feature of the landscape. Having launched two Georgian properties recently, it has been interesting quite how much lifestyle interest there has been.

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Yet both originally were places of work, as well as homes.

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From a tailors to a doctor's house, their former uses have changed with the owners, although interestingly, both have only been sold only a couple of times in the past hundred years or so.

As the way we live and work changes, as with all things; it is cyclical and in an age where around half of new roles are as self-employed, it is perhaps not surprising that we become excited about using these lovely period buildings in a modern way. A contemporary take on living above the shop is live: work, which is, in itself an evolution from the flexibility found from the digital world. But we have also fallen back in love with shops and those things from a vintage age which make sense of an age where so much is virtual. Over 90% of all daily communication is nonverbal, which is consistent with other species, but does not allow for interaction that is not face to face.

Poppy received her first shoot invitation yesterday, by email. Without opposing thumbs, she could not reply herself but for a genus for which body language is hugely important, this is in its own way, as nice an adaptation of modern living within the framework of things gone by.

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Salisbury is, in my own view a progressive yet historic city, which demonstrates how well what was good from the past can work alongside the way we live and work today.

Matthew Hallett Winkworth Salisbury

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