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27
Jul
Michael Fields

Michael Fields

On the market for the first time in 11 Years, Howard Cundey are delighted to offer this unique copper roofed house in a secluded close in Forest Row. The current owner talks about her home with deep affection “we love where we live, this has been our family home for 11 years and we will […]

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27
Jul
So is it really business as usual for the property market?

So is it really business as usual for the property market?

Six weeks on and what affect is Brexit having on the property market? Well according to our dedicated Sales Progression Unit, who look after the sales from your offer being accepted through to completion, not much! Across all of our branches only 2 buyers pulled out as a result of Brexit and in both cases […]

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22
Jul
10 facts you probably didn’t know about Royal Tunbridge Wells

10 facts you probably didn’t know about Royal Tunbridge Wells

Most people know Royal Tunbridge Wells for its history, parks, and shopping. A vibrant area boasting countless leisure activities, places to eat, home to many happy, friendly people. However, here’s 10 lesser known facts that you might not have heard about the town we live in:  The town has been Royal for over 100 years   2009 was the 100th anniversary […]

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08
Jul
10 facts you probably didn’t know about East Grinstead

10 facts you probably didn’t know about East Grinstead

We can guarantee that most people know all about Winnie the Pooh’s Ashdown Forest and the town’s mentions in Monty Python’s Flying Circus, but here’s a list of ten lesser known facts to test your knowledge on. Let us know how many you got in the comments. The statue outside Sackville College is of a famous plastic surgeon It’s […]

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06
Jul
Why I love The Dormansland Carnival by Mark Floyd.

Why I love The Dormansland Carnival by Mark Floyd.

I think I have attended the Dormansland Carnival nearly every year it has been going with some or all of my family. It is the one event that the village have where everyone gets together and relaxes. There are so many things to see and do; if you are energetic you can do the tug […]

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28
Jun
Why I Love Edenbridge

Why I Love Edenbridge

THE SCENERY My drive into the town from the south is extemley relaxing passing through the beautiful countryside that surrounds the town and finally crossing over the river into the, part medieval, town centre where our office is situated. We’re surrounded by a town of such historic interest and beauty and one look at the Old […]

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20
Jun
Why I Love Bletchingley

Why I Love Bletchingley

I don’t have to think very hard to come up with reasons why I love Bletchingley and working in this lovely Surrey village.   THE BLETCHINGLEY VILLAGE FAIR I have to mention this as we are fast approaching this year’s fair on Sunday 26th June. I feel privileged to be a part of this annual […]

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16
Jun
Why I love working in Forest Row

Why I love working in Forest Row

  MY COMMUTE Unlike so many other commuters who have to fight for a seat on a train or sit in hours of traffic jams every day my 10 to 15 minute commute takes me through part of the spectacularly beautiful Ashdown Forest. The drive home is even better; because as I start the approach […]

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14
Jun
Will Brexit cause a slump in the UK property market?

Will Brexit cause a slump in the UK property market?

There is no doubt that the Bremain camp believe that house prices will drop drastically and are telling us that we will all lose money if we vote to leave the EU. George Osbourne has been saying that house prices will fall by 10% and up to as much as 18% by 2018 if we […]

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31
May
Why is Tonbridge called Tonbridge?

Why is Tonbridge called Tonbridge?

Tonbridge, a bustling town with a busy town centre, things to do and busy people; a world away from the place it was in 1087 when Tonebrige was mentioned in the Domesday book. Since then, a variety of names has been featured in the history books including Tonebrugga, Tonebricge and Tunbryega. The town took on the Tun […]

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