A family oasis

Oct

26

2016

A family oasis

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  Laura Cartledge heads to Hurstpierpoint and finds a home which ‘is not the norm’. Home is a small word with big meaning. For some it is a retreat, for others it is a hive of activity. While at the unique Big Edgerley in Hurstpierpoint it seems it is a mixture of both. Owner Sarah Baldey sums...

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Of its time

Sep

22

2016

Of its time

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Laura Cartledge meets the man designing property our generation can be proud of and discovers a home proving it. We need to be braver – that is the view of award-winning designer Jamie Bannon and the message he hopes his latest project radiates. “I am a big believer in making things look of their...

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The perfect escape

Aug

23

2016

The perfect escape

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Laura Cartledge meets the team turning old offices into stunning waterside apartments. The Salterns at Chichester Marina have been created to offer apartments for short luxury breaks. However Susanna Matthews, one of the interior designers tasked with transforming the site, admits it has been a great...

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The grand Zanzibar hotel

Jul

27

2016

The grand Zanzibar hotel

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Looking for a new business opportunity? Charlotte Pearson has found just what you might be looking for in Hastings. Moving home is always about changes. Usually in relation to the location or surroundings, but for those who buy the Zanzibar Hotel, Hastings, it is more about lifestyle. “It would be...

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A whole lot of history

Dec

29

2015

A whole lot of history

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Charlotte Pearson heads to Cooksbridge and finds a property full of character and history.   As far as front doors go you can’t get more iconic than 10 Downing Street in London, and if you head to Shelley’s Folly you may find another which is just a little bit familiar. “Architect Raymond...

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Sail of the century

Aug

26

2015

Sail of the century

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Forget Holland, when it comes to windmills Charlotte Pearson finds one in Barnham that ticks all the right boxes. Living in a windmill sounds like something from a children’s story, there is something whimsical and magical about it. But imagine calling one home that has been refurbished with all the...

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Sweet surprises

Aug

10

2015

Sweet surprises

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Laura Cartledge learns that with some ‘chocolate box’ properties you never know what you’re going to get. The number of bedrooms, a downstairs loo and outside space are three popular demands when it comes to house hunting. However Louise Jackson and her family were seeking something else as well. “We...

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The little things

Apr

27

2015

The little things

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Leather lined drawers and titanium granite floors are part of what makes one home luxurious, as Charlotte Pearson reveals. Moving into a new home many of us are keen to make it our own – we decorate and design it adding those little details so it reflects our style and personality. “I am a designer...

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Rolling down the river

Jan

19

2015

Rolling down the river

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Forget Wind in the Willows and Ratty, when it comes to riverside homes Charlotte Pearson finds Avon Place has it all. Building your own home has come a long way from just bricks and mortar. With many people wanting to put their own stamp on their property it seems anything is possible. So when Mark and...

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Little bit of history

Aug

20

2014

Little bit of history

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Charlotte Pearson visits Hurst and finds a 16th century property where Peggy Guggenheim once lived. As the saying goes ‘you should never judge a book by its cover’ and it seems the same applies to properties. “When we drove down the drive to meet the agent we were not overly impressed at first...

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