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When the planets align

Despite the worst the weather can throw at us, spring is in the air. Each visit to a garden shows yet more evidence of nature waking up and turning towards the sun. The market has been ahead of the curve of the seasons this year, with strong activity shown from the very start. 2015 was set to be an exciting year for Salisbury with international acclaim of the eight hundredth centenary of the Magna Carta. This has been made doubly wonderful with a summer long Turner exhibition. The stamp duty savings of the autumn statement have borne fruit, particularly when blended with incredibly low long-term borrowing rates and property prices in Salisbury looking good value compared with Winchester, on the other side of the Test Valley. In Hurdcott, The Poplars provides a wonderful history and a flexible family home, with potential as a bed and breakfast business. The property has long been used to entertain guests, and combines peaceful rural life with fabulous facilities close at hand. The planets have aligned, it seems for Salisbury, and we have the whole of the summer ahead, to look forward to. The summer also brings with it the captivating Chalke Valley History Festival, with another extraordinarily rich array of wonderful speakers, topics and events. In Bowerchalke, Chestnut Cottage on Church Street is a great family house, perfect for visiting the festival and enjoying life in 'gods own valley'. The fastest route between two points is a straight line and such an alignment can be seen, with buyers from London, Winchester and the West Country converging. Salisbury established its importance long ago, as a natural point between London and the West Country. The cyclical nature of history reminds us it is for good reason this lovely city grew up at the convergence of five rivers. The draw of the beautiful spire that punctuates the landscape has long been a point of focus for travelers and pilgrims alike to Salisbury. Its appeal, and that of life around it, causes many to stay. Chestnut Cottage, Bowerchalke, guide price £625,000 The Poplars, Hurcott, offers in excess of £895,000 Winkworth Salisbury                                

Despite the worst the weather can throw at us, spring is in the air. Each visit to a garden shows yet more evidence of nature waking up and turning towards the sun.

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The market has been ahead of the curve of the seasons this year, with strong activity shown from the very start. 2015 was set to be an exciting year for Salisbury with international acclaim of the eight hundredth centenary of the Magna Carta. This has been made doubly wonderful with a summer long Turner exhibition.

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The stamp duty savings of the autumn statement have borne fruit, particularly when blended with incredibly low long-term borrowing rates and property prices in Salisbury looking good value compared with Winchester, on the other side of the Test Valley.

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In Hurdcott, The Poplars provides a wonderful history and a flexible family home, with potential as a bed and breakfast business.

The three Poplars

The property has long been used to entertain guests,

Charity event at the poplars

and combines peaceful rural life with fabulous facilities close at hand.

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The planets have aligned, it seems for Salisbury, and we have the whole of the summer ahead, to look forward to.

The summer also brings with it the captivating Chalke Valley History Festival, with another extraordinarily rich array of wonderful speakers, topics and events.

In Bowerchalke, Chestnut Cottage on Church Street is a great family house, perfect for visiting the festival and enjoying life in 'gods own valley'.

Chestnut Cottage rear view (resized)

The fastest route between two points is a straight line and such an alignment can be seen, with buyers from London, Winchester and the West Country converging. Salisbury established its importance long ago, as a natural point between London and the West Country. The cyclical nature of history reminds us it is for good reason this lovely city grew up at the convergence of five rivers. The draw of the beautiful spire that punctuates the landscape has long been a point of focus for travelers and pilgrims alike to Salisbury. Its appeal, and that of life around it, causes many to stay.

Chestnut Cottage, Bowerchalke, guide price £625,000

The Poplars, Hurcott, offers in excess of £895,000

Winkworth Salisbury

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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