More recently beautiful smells have started to play a major role when viewing a property. This is due to nearly everyone having an array of flickering premium scented candles and reed diffusers. But do lit scented candles and diffusers really make a difference?
Flats and houses near tube stations which are just a couple of stops apart can differ significantly in price. But, do people actually base their decisions to either rent or buy on the proximity of a tube station?
At Premier Property Search we pride ourselves on fulfilling the ‘dreams and aspirations’ of our clients. These are varied, sometimes humorous and occasionally quite challenging, but, if it exists or it can be created, then we will do our best.
Not everyone can afford, and nor would they wish, to have an original painting by Vincent Van Gogh, Salvador Dali or Pablo Picasso. However, with a little guidance and creativity you can choose art that looks lovely and complements its surroundings. Selecting the right artwork can make a real difference to the look and feel of your home.
Winter is well and truly here, and us Brits just revel in an opportunity to talk about the weather, particularly when it is as beautiful as the sunshine on frost has been recently.
Winchester is a vibrant heritage destination just an hour south west of London, with fabulous attractions and beautiful architecture. The city has a magnificent Cathedral, award-winning pubs and restaurants and a tempting array of independent shops. This culturally rich medieval city is surrounded by idyllic Hampshire villages and the fabulous rolling countryside of the South Downs National Park.
Arguably the most important room in the house. Too often people find their ideal home but reject the house based on the kitchen not being modern enough or lacking a certain feature. However, if everything else with the property, particularly its location, is what you are looking for, then the kitchen should not necessarily be a stumbling block to your new home.
Clients who move from the suburbs of London, who have small gardens and sometimes only patios, see the grounds at some properties they are viewing and automatically plan to install a tennis court or a swimming pool.
In the last two blogs, we explored the biggest motivator for people moving home – education and working from home. The third most prevalent reason is the desire for a change in lifestyle and the ever-shrinking commute-time is making it possible for more families to live in the suburbs or the country and enjoying the benefits that this brings while still working in the city.