Blog - Residential sales
Thursday, March 29, 2018
If you are looking for some property advice over the Easter weekend, please be aware that our offices are CLOSED on Good Friday (March 30th), Easter Sunday (April 1st) and Easter Monday (April 2nd). Our offices will be OPEN on Saturday 31st March at the usual time so do pop into your local Frost Partnership office or give us a call if you would like some expert property advice. You’ll find your local office contact details here . Wishing everyone a very Happy Easter!
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
With the long Easter weekend approaching, almost 75% of UK homeowners consider making home improvements. Whether you are preparing to move or looking to improve your home, it’s important to consider the cost of a project and what value it is likely to add. A good estate agent can advise you on this as they’re best placed to recommend what could help you sell your home quickly or at a higher price within your neighbourhood.
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Rarely available to the market, and as its address suggests, this stylish, contemporary townhouse is just a 2 minute walk from the popular Bourne End marina and sailing club on the idyllic banks of the River Thames. With spring just around the corner and summer fast approaching, the buyer of Rosebank, Wharf Lane can look forward to leisurely walks along the river to Cookham and Marlow or even get out on the water and really enjoy the Thames. Combined with a choice of easy commutes to London; 20 minutes from nearby Beaconsfield or from Bourne End via Maidenhead, and with excellent amenities locally, Wharf Lane really does offer the best of all worlds…
Friday, February 23, 2018
Open House tomorrow Saturday 24th February by appointment with our Beaconsfield estate agents. Call 01494 681234 for your appointment between 12.30 – 1.30pm to view this beautifully presented 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom detached family village house.
Monday, February 12, 2018
Throw off the winter blues with some inspiration for interior design this spring. 2018 is here and the forecast for home décor is that it’s going to be bolder than ever, with vivid jewel tones, rich velvety textures and brass mixed with rustic, earthy accents. Whatever you choose, stick with what you love, whether it’s “in” or “out”. But here are some top 2018 trends to try if you are looking to refresh or revamp your home. From wall colours to flowers, exotic, jungle-inspired decor and this year’s take on the Scandi trend, a little inspiration can go a long way.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
January is traditionally a time for “out with the old, in with the new” with sweeping resolutions for a fresh start. Thankfully we’ve been somewhat more protective of our built environment over the years and retained much of the heritage and architectural gems displayed in our old towns. But there’s also a definite need for new build. The UK is desperately short of housing, and in November’s Budget Chancellor Philip Hammond announced plans to build five new garden towns as part of the government’s ambitious plans to significantly boost house-building in the UK.