Bury st Edmunds Farmers Club

Bury st Edmunds Farmers Club

Posted: October 19, 2016   •   Posted in: Local Interest

The Farmers Club is a members club situated in the very heart of Bury St Edmunds. Set within a fine period building, it comprises a business centre, bar and restaurant, a hugely historical lower lounge, private country gardens, summer terrace and secure car park. Nowadays you definitely do not have to be a farmer to […]

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Autumn is upon us

Autumn is upon us

Posted: October 6, 2016   •   Posted in: General News

  The third quarter of 2016 has been extremely eventful with activity slowing slightly due to summer holidays and a less secure post-Brexit market. As we head into Autumn however, the market is picking up the pace and we are looking at a positive lead up to Christmas.  There was the predicted lull in the […]

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Britain’s five most beautiful holiday spots

Britain’s five most beautiful holiday spots

Posted: September 7, 2016   •   Posted in: Just for fun, Local Interest

With questions being raised about what our exit from the EU could mean for Britain to England’s diabolical result in the Euros it has been a week of ups and downs for the whole nation. Whether Brexit will make ‘Britain Great Again’ is one which has and will be debated endlessly along with who to […]

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David Burr – Appointed selling agents for Orchard Brook (formerly Fleetwood Caravans in the heart of Long Melford)

David Burr – Appointed selling agents for Orchard Brook (formerly Fleetwood Caravans in the heart of Long Melford)

Posted: July 29, 2016   •   Posted in: General News   •   Tagged:

It is with great pleasure that David Burr can announce that they have been appointed as the sole selling agent in respect of Orchard Brook, an exciting development in the heart of Long Melford. Steven Ray, the Managing Director at David Burr in Long Melford, explains why this is a unique opportunity for a variety […]

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What happens to the market now?

What happens to the market now?

Posted: July 21, 2016   •   Posted in: General News

As the dust begins to settle following the referendum the debate about what might happen next continues with opinions ranging from doom and gloom to euphoric optimism. So what really is in store for the housing market? Let’s first review what has happened so far during 2016. The year started strongly with property prices continuing […]

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Rooftops Magazine Summer 2016

Rooftops Magazine Summer 2016

Posted: June 22, 2016   •   Posted in: Rooftops Magazine

Welcome to another edition of ‘Rooftops’, which we hope you will find continues to be a good read, full of interesting, amusing and informative articles. We also hope that you might want to consider buying, selling or letting a property through us as well – but if not, at least you’ll know what we do and where to come to. As I write, the […]

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Fine Wines from East Anglia

Fine Wines from East Anglia

Posted: May 31, 2016   •   Posted in: Local Interest

Our terrroir and climate are particularly favourable for vines. Bacchus is widely grown as it prefers a drier climate and most recently growers have been planting Pinot Noir. Bacchus and Madeleine Angevine are becoming our signature English vine varieties producing distinctive East Anglian flavours. Other successful wine varieties include Chardonnay, Reichensteiner, Huxelrebe, Shonburger, Seyval, Faber, […]

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The Great British BBQ

The Great British BBQ

Posted: May 19, 2016   •   Posted in: General News

Among all the creatures on earth, only humans cook — and barbecue is the world’s oldest cooking method. It has been said by anthropologists that mastery of fire permanently altered our evolutionary path, allowing us to have smaller jaws, smaller guts and the ability to stand erect Barbecue was probably discovered by some proto-human tribe […]

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Rental property is still a good investment if you do it properly

Rental property is still a good investment if you do it properly

Posted: May 3, 2016   •   Posted in: General News

This year the Chancellor has restricted mortgage-interest tax relief for landlords and made it harder to offset wear-and-tear repairs against tax. A 3 per cent stamp duty surcharge has been slapped on buy-to-let purchases and landlords will now need to conduct Right To Rent immigration checks on new tenants. The good news is that, despite […]

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Moving? Refresh your style as you go

Moving? Refresh your style as you go

Posted: May 3, 2016   •   Posted in: General News

Donating old pieces that you don’t have any use for anymore or are simply tired of and the process of searching for new furniture is exciting. Here are some tips for using your move to refresh your style. From decluttering your overstuffed living room to picking wall colors that will keep you happy, this guide […]

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