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The early 19th century saw the introduction of an increasingly romantic, medieval Gothic style. The result of new technology, building materials, and construction methods saw the inception of the Victorian architecture era. With defining features including large bay windows, turrets, and red brickwork, this design style focused on decorative elements and aesthetic detailing.
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We’re introducing our new Conveyancing brand this week; Imagine Conveyancing. This bespoke service is specifically designed for people who are moving or remortgaging, and is offered via our experienced legal partners, My Home Move.
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With spring just around the corner, landlords should do everything they can to ensure their properties are in the best possible order and reap the benefits of a predicted rise in rental income, advises South Woodford lettings agency haart.
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This 1930s built, three-bedroom detached house is in Camp Road, St Albans. The property requires modernisation and is set on a good-sized plot, close to local shops and within a mile of the mainline railway station.
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This is a brand new, detached bungalow built to a high standard in a superb location fronting The Common in Kinsbourne Green. The three-bedroom property has been finished to a high specification with attention to detail evident in its accommodation. It is also pre-wired for a speaker system and has Cat-5 cable in place.
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This detached family home is situated in the sought-after area of Park Street close to local shops, schools and the Park Street railway station. The family residence is presented in excellent decorative order and has attractive views. The property itself offers a wealth of character and briefly comprises living room, dining room, sitting room, fitted kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, four bedrooms, study, bathroom, garage, front and rear gardens.
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This is a detached family home in a prestigious West Common cul-de-sac. The property offers wonderful potential for extension or re-development (subject to the usual local authority planning consent.)
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This is a beautifully presented five-bedroom, totally refurbished, semi-detached home in a very central location – being just a few hundred metres from the mainline station and St Peters Street. It is available for rent through Daniels at £2,850 per calendar month.
5:17pm Thursday 13th August 2009
A palatial two-bedroom, ground-floor apartment is superbly appointed within this fine country home which is set in delightful grounds. The impressive accommodation has been tastefully updated and may well suit buyers seeking to downsize. It is situated in a semi-rural location just half-a-mile from Redbourn village centre.
5:12pm Thursday 13th August 2009
5:04pm Thursday 13th August 2009
The bank holiday weekend is fast approaching and many of us will be preparing to give our homes some TLC with a view to not only transform a room or maybe the garden, but also add value to our property in the long term.
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This is a disgrace! The council are saying our car parks are on average a 50% empty! No wonder over 60 shops have shut locally in the last year. The council needs to cut the cost of parking & introduce free parking to encourage shoppers. This council is anti business! − fight ratesCity car parks with spare capacity 'good news'
It is strange that a company would invest in what looks to me like an expensive shop refit & then close within a few months. Especially as they are expanding the company & opening new stores nationally. It must be that the landlord is asking too much rent, together with the highest business rates in the world that have gone up for the last 22 years in a row. Landlords, the Government & the council have to reduce rent, rates & parking charges or shops will leave this city. − fight ratesBargain store closes down