In the press… The Times

We don’t just rely on property portals to sell our homes… National PR is one of the many other services we also offer our sellers, understanding that it plays a vital role in marketing our homes to the widest possible audience so that we can grab the attention of house buyers wherever they might be.

Our press office boasts excellent relationships with key property journalists and editors so that they can ensure our homes are being written about in key national newspapers. Today, Cheriton House appeared in The Times Bricks & Mortar in their round up of the best properties for sale at £1.1million. Only eight properties were chosen across the globe for this piece, so we are absolutely delighted that Cheriton House was selected.

For more information about this stunning home, contact Jan or Ildi on 01780 750 200 – we would be delighted to arrange a physical or virtual visit for you. Alternatively, if you are thinking about instructing an estate agent, why not give us a call to discuss how Fine & Country Stamford can help promote your home to the widest possible audience too.

Cheriton House – £1.1million

Built on the site of the chapter house of Thorney Abbey in 1728, the grade II listed Cheriton House offers 5,000 sq ft of living space plus an additional outbuilding that the present owners use as an office. The eight-bedroom house has a kitchen/diner, four ground-floor reception rooms and a great hall on the first floor. The attic, accessed from the back stairs, houses four bedrooms with en suite bathrooms. Overlooking the green in Thorney, a village eight miles east of Peterborough, it has pretty gardens with quirky touches including a giraffe sculpture and a greenhouse originally built for a tortoise. Read more

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