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Express & Echo (Exeter, UK), February 13, 2014

Attractive House in Bustling Town

THIS is an attractive three bedroom mid terrace house on the outskirts of the bustling town of Topsham, with easy access to the city of Exeter, major road network and local railway station. This well presented property in Retreat Road benefits from light and spacious living accommodation with large windows and gas central heating and includes two reception rooms, modern fitted kitchen and enclosed level garden. The property is being marketed by Partridge Letting Agents with a monthly rental o...

Insulation Can Cut Your Fuel Bills

THE average household energy bill now totals Pounds 1,385 a year, but with updated insulation savings published recently by the Energy Saving Trust, the Cavity Insulation Guarantee Agency (CIGA) reinforces the savings that Cavity Wall Insulation (CWI) can make while stressing the safeguards that the CIGA guarantee offers. An astounding 35% of heat can leak through uninsulated walls so with the right measures put in place, householders could now be saving even more money. By simply installing ...

Stunning Family Home

THIS stunning four bedroomed detached family sized house was built to an exceptionally high standard of construction and specification in the last three years and early viewings are strongly recommended to avoid disappointment! This spacious and beautifully appointed property forms part of a small select cul-de- sac development in a favoured area on the rural outskirts of the city. Three years on it is still presented to 'show home' standard affording spacious family sized accommodation in im...

Versatile Home Up for Sale

BRADLEYS Estate Agents are offering this attractive, four bedroom detached chalet bungalow in Windsor Mead, Sidford. The spacious property benefits from a downstairs bedroom and shower room and has adaptable accommodation to suit differing lifestyles. The large L shaped sitting room is of a good size with lovely views over the garden and to the countryside beyond.

Home On the Market for First Time Since 1961

HERE is a rare and exceptional opportunity to buy a very well located family house which has been in the same family ownership since 1961. The property is located in the much favoured Exe Vale Road, Countess Wear, and is between the city centre and Topsham with a regular bus service running close by along Topsham Road. There are schools for children of all ages within easy reach whilst the Kings George V Playing Fields are very close by.

Confidence, Demand and Sales Are On the Increase

Headlines in the national media have recently reported a surge in mortgage lending and the demand for property, which has led to a shortage of homes for sale and rising property prices, but is this a true picture of the housing market in the South West? Steve Moir, chairman of Property Sharing Experts, shares his view Property sales in the last quarter of 2013 certainly exceeded expectations - our office is traditionally closed on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve but we were so busy, we opene...

Why Many Are Buying Off-Plan

Jane Pearce, sales manager at Devonshire Homes, explains why off- plan new build buying is very much on trend BUYING a new build property off-plan does take a little bit of courage, but the rewards are making it an increasingly popular move, even among first-time buyers. As with so many things, the capital is leading the way. In London, buying off-plan is often the only way to secure a property in some of the city's best locations, especially for those looking to buy a first property. At a ri...

Thatched Cottage with Lots of Charming Features

THE Thatch is a detached Grade II listed single storey thatched cottage with plenty of charm in Woolbrook Road, Sidmouth. Built in a cottage style, the property was completely remodelled and refurbished in 2004. Character features include beamed ceiling, timber panel internal doors, multi paned windows and deep window ledges. It has a comfortable and cosy ambience.

Why Wait? Declutter Now

Why wait until spring for a clear-out? Decluttering with some clever storage solutions could bring calm and harmony into your home, says Gabrielle Fagan It's not unusual at this time of year to feel as though your possessions are winning the space war and you're being squeezed out. But of all the aspirational (if unrealistic) goals we set ourselves, decluttering and getting your house organised is, arguably, the most achievable. "Nothing acts more like a tonic for the hungover soul than a jol...

A True Taste of Rural Living ; Property of the Week: The Old Mill House

THIS superb property, part of the original farm buildings for Fulford Water Farm, was converted about 12 years ago and occupies a good rural position, principally facing away from the other properties, overlooking its own gardens and adjoining countryside. The conversion was sympathetically completed by a renowned local developer, with an eye for detail and retention of many fine features, for example original beams, which have been enhanced by other additions.

Confidence Is Growing

INCREASED activity in the local housing market assisted by the Government backed Help to Buy scheme and a greater availability of higher loan-to-value mortgages has led to a growth in consumer confidence, according to local leading estate and lettings agency Fulfords in Devon. These findings are confirmed in the results of the third exclusive survey Countrywide plc, the UK's largest property services group, conducted with YouGov. Fulfords is part of Countrywide plc, who conducted the study to...

Upbeat Prediction of Price Rises

PROPERTY prices will rise 7.2 per cent in the first half of this year, house owners predict. It is more than double the 3.2 per cent forecast a year earlier, and the most upbeat prediction in four years, according to the latest Zoopla Housing Market Sentiment Survey.

Live On Ex-Golf Course

DISCERNING homebuyers hoping to find their perfect property in Devon are advised to register an interest now in Taylor Wimpey's hotly-anticipated forthcoming development at Hele Park in Newton Abbot. Taylor Wimpey has purchased the former Hele Park Golf Course and, with outline planning permission already in place for a new residential development, the leading housebuilder has now submitted a planning application for 365 new homes, including apartments and houses.

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