Buying a new home is an exciting time, but the actual moving process can be extremely stressful – in fact, most people rate it higher on the anxiety triggering list than starting a new job or going through a bad breakup.
If you’re in the process of looking for a new home you’ve probably noticed that a south-facing garden is often listed as a top feature. But is it worth the hype?
With so many different options to choose from, how do you know when a house is right for you?
A town of two halves, the beautiful fishing port of Looe is divided into West and East by the River Looe.
Before you look for a new property, you need to choose what area you want to live in – a decision that can have a huge impact on your quality of life. Whether you are retiring to the countryside, moving nearer to family, or relocating for a job, take these important factors into consideration before you commit to a location.
From elegant waterfront restaurants that serve some of the freshest fish in the world to cosy country pubs offering hearty home-cooked fare, you really can’t go wrong when you eat out in Cornwall. But these dining experiences are just a little different from the rest…
If you think Lillicrap Chilcott sounds familiar, the odds are you are probably right. The company has established itself as one of the most talked about estate agencies in the country; a nationally recognised brand synonymous with quality, imagination and innovation.
There are many advantages of buying a newly built house or flat – maintenance costs are usually minimal, energy bills are often a lot cheaper than older houses, and if you’re a first-time buyer there are currently Help to Buy incentive schemes that can give you a foot onto the property ladder.