You are about to move home and are enthusiastic about the future and entering a new phase of your family life. Moving house represents a transition in life and whilst...
With the weather being so warm at the moment, what better than to let the outside in than invest in large glazed doors doors to provide an abundance of lovely summer...
Recently we have listed a few properties that either already have dressing rooms or have the potential for adding or converting a room to a dressing room.
If you are a clothes enthusiast but are short on storage space, then a dressing room could be just the thing for you.
Adding a dressing room adds to your clothing space considerably whilst also giving you the freedom to organise your clothing, accessories and shoes in a way that is easily accessible, this can make getting ready for work or a night out stress free and also much easier, it can also make your clothes look nicer and last longer too.
Having a dressing room eliminates clutter in your sleeping area and storing your clothes elsewhere will contribute to a cleaner and healthier environment – you will also get a better night’s sleep.
Having a dressing room is your own private sanctuary where you can enjoy privacy and comfort, put on your make-up or unwind after a busy day.
Royal street names boost property values which is good news, especially if you live on Kings Drive, Bramhope
The property Portal on the Market has found that if you live on a street with a name that is regal or titled, such as Royal, Place, Lord and Bishop it can boost the value of their homes lining their pavements.
When it comes to moving home, you may already have decided the type of property you would like, your price range, the quality of the schools in the area if you have children and the commute to work, these are all key factors.
People often overlook though the culture of an area, what the community really stands for, what the local shopping and entertainment is like, in other words, home is where the heart is but what if your heart doesn’t quite know where that place should be?
Lesa Brown, a Director at David Phillip Estate Agents commented “The UK housing market is highly localised and only by thoroughly researching individual areas, communities and streets can you be confident you are making the right decision to put an offer on a house – fail to do the research and you may have bought something you may want to move on from pretty quickly, which will be costly both financially but also in terms of emotional investment too”.
Join our mailing list
If you would like to receive updates from us, please enter your details on the form provided