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May 23, 2013

Britain in bloom

Filed under: Latest News — Four Communications @ 12:08 pm

The  2013 Chelsea Flower Show got under way this week, a show which sees thousands of people across the country come together to share and celebrate all that is good about Great British horticulture. Jackson-Stops & Staff has a number of properties with gardens that spring to life during the warmer months, here is a selection of the best.  

Situated on 32 acres of land and with origins from the 15th century, Cutbrawn in Lost Withiel is a striking mini estate that has been totally refurbished and enjoys stunning views. The property offers plentiful accommodation, including six bedrooms in the main house as well as a converted apple barn which can be let out for holiday income. The gardens surrounding the house are a delight of terraces, lawns and herbaceous beds, complete with a host of shrubs and ornamental trees including magnolias, roses and olives. Water features and lily ponds complete the arrangement, with a thatched summerhouse that forms the perfect place to relax in the evenings. The property is on the market for £2,200,000 with our Truro office, for more information click here.

Approached via a long private driveway, Goodmans House in Membury, Devon enjoys utmost levels of privacy and seclusion within this renowned Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Sympathetically restored and updated over the past few years, this Georgian country house is spacious, with elegant interior styling and spacious rooms flooded with natural light. Five holiday cottages offer a considerable additional income, while expansive lawned gardens are complimented by well stocked herbaceous borders and various terraces with views across the surrounding countryside. The original walled garden at the rear of the property now forms an ideal setting for the Roman style heated swimming pool. The property is on the market for £1,650,000 with our Taunton office, for more information click here.

Offering unparalleled levels of grandeur and elegance, The Mount in Henbury is a four bedroom Regency house surrounded by sublime gardens with breathtaking views of the Clwydian hills. The gardens have been lovingly created by the current owner and have been open to the public for the National Garden Scheme for many years now, consistently attracting high levels of interest. Numerous formal and informal areas have been created within the grounds, seemly stitched together by beech and laurel hedging. An avenue of pruned yew trees lead the eye over the heated swimming pool, while the garden rises up in tiers to a formal lawn overlooked by a rose-clad arboretum. The property is on the market for £1,795,000 through the Wilmslow office, for more information click here.

 

May 16, 2013

Eco homes score top marks for efficiency

Filed under: Latest News — Four Communications @ 12:19 pm

While many new build properties offer high levels of energy efficiency and score well on the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), a legal requirement for all homes, it is less common to see an older property do the same.

Dean Barn in Wilmslow is one such property, converted last year by developers Mac-Taylor. Awarded with a coveted ‘A’ EPC rating, the property features a full spectrum of contemporary eco features, including solar panels, an air source heat pump, rain water recycling and a grass roof on the attached annexe, all of which translate into considerable savings for the homeowner. The property has been meticulously converted from a dilapidated barn, and fuses traditional red brickwork with oak cladding and large double glazed windows, which ensure bright and airy accommodation. An open plan living space with double sided log burner forms the centrepiece, while three double bedrooms are positioned at the opposite end of the barn.

Dean Barn is neatly located on the edge of Wilmslow town, which boasts many restaurants, shops and bars as well as fast links into Manchester, while the picturesque village of Alderley Edge is little over three miles away, forming part of Cheshire’s prestigious ‘Golden Triangle’. The property is on the market for £945,000 with our Wilmslow office, for more information, click here.

Anthony House in Ivybridge, Devon also has excellent eco credentials. Built in the Scandinavian style, the property mixes architectural excellence and interior design combined perfectly with quality materials. The property has been built specifically with ease of maintenance and high thermal value in mind, including triple glazed windows and solar panels. The property is on the market for £625,000 with our Exeter office, for more information please click here.

Jackson-Stops & Staff have also recently sold a plot with planning permission for The Bower, a detached five bedroom eco home in Upper Basildon, Reading, with the emphasis for the plans focusing on a cost efficient property to build with low outgoings. If you would like more information about any of our land development opportunities, please click here.

 

May 2, 2013

Buy in to the best places in Britain

Filed under: Latest News — Four Communications @ 3:36 pm

Recently listed in The Times ‘101 best places to live in Britain’ guide, Barnard Castle has been praised for its splendid scenery, endless walking routes as well as its host of quirky boutiques, eateries and curious cultural corners such as the Hayloft Emporium and renowned Bowes Museum.

Jackson-Stops & Staff York are instructed on Bowes Hall, an eight bedroom Grade II listed mansion, built on the site of a roman fort around four miles outside of Barnard Castle. Steeped in history, Bowes Hall was built during the reign of Elizabeth I and was once one of the infamous ‘Yorkshire Schools’ – known for their notoriously strict regimes and the inspiration for Charles Dickens’ novel, Nicholas Nickleby. Historical touches remain, including a two flight stone cantilever staircase with arched Venetian window, stone floors and an impressive fireplace in the morning room. Bowes Hall sits within extensive gardens and grounds, surrounded by rolling countryside which, according to The Times, inspired much of acclaimed landscape artist, Joseph Mallord William Turner’s work. The property is on the market for £795,000, for more information, please click here.

 

Marazion in Cornwall was also listed in The Times guide, and described as a ‘dreamy strip of white sand that is popular with children and windsurfers’. The Truro office of Jackson-Stops & Staff is selling Netherleigh in Marazion for £525,000, a village house with a glimpse of the sea, perched on the beautifully sandy sweep of Mount’s Bay. For more information, please click here.

 

Popular with those who commute to Norwich and housing a fine collection of Georgian and Victorian properties, Bungay on the Norfolk-Suffolk border also earned a place on the coveted list. Tranquil and historic, with excellent walking, cycling and fishing, the town is also in close proximity to The Norfolk Broads, perfect for day trips on sunny weekends. Jackson-Stops & Staff Norwich is selling Brome Lodge, a refurbished country house set in a leafy parkland setting just outside of Bungay. For more information, please click here.