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BUTLER SHERBORN PRESS RELEASES

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04/17
3
FARMLAND MARKET UPDATE
The RICS/RAU rural land market survey has just been published for H2 2016 which points to a further softening in demand for farmland during that period.
03/17
10
FIVE GREAT COTSWOLD CLASSICS NOW ON THE MARKET IN TIME FOR SPRING
from £475,000 to £2.85million with Butler Sherborn
“Spring is now well on its way here in the Cotswolds,” says Sam Butler of Butler Sherborn, “and our offices are all reporting a considerable uplift in activity."
02/17
10
LOVE IN THE COTSWOLDS - WITH VALENTINE’S DAY APPROACHING
Five delightful love nests for incurable romantics from £510,000 - £650,000.
01/17
4
‘STEADY AS SHE GOES’ FOR 2017 ADVISES BUTLER SHERBORN
“As we head into 2017, the property market is no different from any other sector. There is inevitable uncertainty surrounding Brexit and things are going to be difficult to call, politically and economically,” says Sam Butler of Butler Sherborn, “but whatever happens, life goes on.
11/16
5
COSY COTSWOLD COTTAGES FOR CHRISTMAS - £450,000 - £750,000
The Old Chapel is a former 19th century Cotswold stone chapel converted into a unique home.  The light and spacious open plan kitchen/dining area/sitting room is located on the first floor, with windows on all sides, an Aga and open fire.
09/16
6
CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM RETURNS TO THE COTSWOLD PROPERTY MARKET
Despite some inevitable market anxiety following the European Brexit referendum, Butler Sherborn has recorded a positive return of cautious optimism from clients just a matter of weeks after the event that took the country by surprise.
08/16
2
BUTLER SHERBORN CELEBRATES 25 YEARS IN BUSINESS - AND LOOKS TO THE FUTURE WITH CONFIDENCE
One of the best-known names in residential and rural property across the Cotswolds and Oxfordshire is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
06/16
5
TOP TIPS ON HOW TO SAVE ON STAMP DUTY LAND TAX FROM BUTLER SHERBORN
Paying Stamp Duty is an inevitable consequence of buying or leasing a property, and rates have risen recently, both when buying your main home, and additionally when purchasing a second or subsequent residential property.
05/16
2
BUTLER SHERBORN CELEBRATES BEN’S BADMINTON SUCCESS
Gloucestershire estate agent, Ben Way, upset the score board at the Badminton 4* International Horse Trials at the weekend. He finished in 12th place from a field of around 80 of the world’s best event riders, including multiple Olympians and world champions, and was the only competitor who also has a full time job outside of eventing.
05/16
14
THE GREEN, GREEN GRASS OF HOME - NOTHING LIKE HAVING YOUR OWN PADDOCK
Whether you aspire to emulate Tom & Barbara in The Good Life by growing your own veg, becoming a hobby farmer and raising a few rare breed pigs, having some land for a horse, pony or donkey, or simply wanting space for the children to run free, any home with a couple of acres instantly gives the property added appeal.
04/16
8
SWEEPING GRAVEL DRIVES - AND HOUSES THAT ANNOUNCE YOUR ARRIVAL
The scrunch of walking, driving or even riding a horse over new gravel not only heralds the approach of visitors, but lets them know that they’re arriving somewhere rather special.
04/16
7
NEW ON THE MARKET FROM BUTLER SHERBORN, BURFORD
Mill Farm House is a Grade II Listed Georgian farmhouse situated a third of a mile from the road - a spacious, seven bedroom family home in a safe rural environment with outbuildings, gardens and paddocks (approx 2.75 acres).
03/16
3
NEW ON THE MARKET - WELLS HEAD, TEMPLE GUITING, GLOUCESTERSHIRE
A beautiful and discreetly located edge of village, Grade II listed Cotswold stone barn conversion with beautiful gardens and extensive grounds including lakes and woodland (extending to 23.86 acres), is now on the market through Butler Sherborn.
03/16
12
EASTER’S SPECIAL - AND SO ARE THE COTSWOLDS
As the clocks go forward and the long shadows of winter shorten, bright yellow daffodils, deep blue skies and fluffy white clouds perfectly complement the cream coloured stone of the Cotswolds.
02/16
6
NEW ON THE MARKET - DITCHLEY GATE, CHARLBURY, OXFORDSHIRE
10 individually designed 4 & 5-bedroom homes offering a distinctive architectural style in a most attractive setting on the edge of a tranquil Country Estate - prices from £775,000 - £1.075 million
01/16
7
LOVE IS IN THE COTSWOLD AIR - AS VALENTINE’S DAY APPROACHES
“With a wide choice of old stone chocolate box cottages located in picturesque valleys and villages, it’s not surprising the Cotswolds makes a wonderful destination for those wanting to hide away for a romantic break,” says Sam Butler of Butler Sherborn.
01/16
15
QUIETLY CONFIDENT IN THE COTSWOLDS
“There’s a lot of froth talked about property prices,” says Sam Butler of Butler Sherborn, “but here in the Cotswolds we just get on with things and are predicting a return to buoyancy in the market for 2016.



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