FOR SALE £189,000 Contemporary Top Floor apartment in this historic building located a short distance from Church Stretton offering amazing views of the Shropshire hills from its own roof terrace. Call our Church Stretton team to arrange a viewing 01694 722723
Contact the Ludlow Team to view this beautiffuly presented 4 bedroom property priced at £279,950. 01584 875207
Anthony Wood of Samuel Wood & Co goes beyond the hype and looks at what is really important in buying and selling a property this spring.
The property market is never static. But it is perhaps now at a unique juncture. It is hard to think of a time when the market was so politicised. Following on from last year's general election and the Scottish referendum in 2014 we now face the UK European referendum in June. No market likes uncertainty and on top of various recent tax changes - especially in the buy-to-let and second home sectors - these political events are certainly making some buyers and sellers wonder if they should wait for the dust to settle before moving.
But what if future events prevent the dust from settling? Perhaps after the referendum there will be something else to think about – a possible interest rate change, the US general election in November or some fresh global, economic or humanitarian crisis. The point is that our lives, although influenced by politicians, do not march to the drum of politics; they have their own rhythms - governed by personal events like leaving school or college, partnering or marriage, births, jobs, income changes, relocation, retirement, and - underlying it all - individual ambitions.
Some say there is never a perfect time to move home. But of course there is: it’s the time that is dictated by life. In or out of the European Union or despite what future events are in store we all have personal agendas that largely ignore national and international affairs as we seek to provide for our families and ourselves. We don’t move home in the national interest. We move home in our own interest - to fulfil our own ambitions. Despite what politicians may have us believe our own houses are rather more significant to us as individuals than either the Houses of Parliament in London or the European Commission in Brussels. So perhaps it’s best to forget politicians when it comes to moving home and listen instead to our hearts – and our financial advisors.
For Rent 3 bedroom property located in Craven Arms becoming available soon for £550 per calender month.
Please contact Tara at Craven Arms on 01588 672728
Call our friendly Church Stretton team on 01694 722723 to view this beautiful historic property situated in the village of Wentnor in the Shopshire Hills
Cefn-Y-Coed Barn is an individually designed detached home boasting a wealth of original features. Call now to view 01743 272710
FOR SALE £229,950 4 bedroom spacious home in a great location with garden and great views
Garath and Jane Samuel from Samuel Wood and Company presenting the cup to the winner of the Mens Open Race at Teme Valley and United Pack Meet, held at Brampton Bryan yesterday.
Great day out was had by all the staff and their families at Brampton Bryan point to point yesterday, big thank you to all the partners wifes for making such a lovely picnic.
FOR SALE - A substantial Barn Conversion in the pretty village of Edgton in the heart of the South Shropshire countryside. The property offers accommodation briefly of Reception Hallway, Cloakroom, large Living Room, Study, spacious Kitchen/Dining Room, 4 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Garage/Workshop, attractive Garden. EPC E . Contact our Craven Arms team to arrange a viewing 01588 672728