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Tag Archives: property
Have you ever wondered what happens after you sell a property? Did it ever occur to you what the new owners might do? Would you actually want to buy it back? I don’t know how it came about, but Hubby … Continue reading
We have decided to explore our new surroundings on foot to identify the little shortcuts, road layouts, doggie routes, doggy bins, and places to eat so that people will get used to seeing us around. It’s what we did before … Continue reading
Four properties today, though we’d only originally had appointments to see three and the fourth was pure luck as it was the same agent who had the coded keys for both properties in the same road. We were on the … Continue reading
Forty years ago today my Dad walked me up the aisle to my first husband. We had purchased a modest but new two bedroom end of terrace property, and like all newlyweds were looking forward to making it into a … Continue reading
It was of course the boat, the subject of so many of my posts over the past two and a half years. I have no regrets at all of our purchase, despite major misgivings that first week. We have been … Continue reading
The Cottage was formerly a school and built in 1867, though not a listed building. It was converted to a private residence in the 1950s and inside was a mini rabbit’s warren of corridors and extensions. The colour schemes throughout … Continue reading
The bungalow was an executors sale so it was a while before things could be processed. Once we were the legal owners, the first thing we did was to change the locks. The property only had one door but it … Continue reading
This house was what I’d dreamt of, a modest three bed semi with integral garage, large back garden and a patio suitable for putting up a conservatory. The lounge diner was bright and airy, it had central heating and room … Continue reading
We made a mistake of buying on a falling market, but were committed and had to conclude our purchase. The property was a repossession and had been empty for over a year, so services had been disconnected prior to our … Continue reading