The doors are open... so pop along
National Open House Day Saturday, February 27
delightful rural setting. Six miles from Canterbury, the four/five-bedroom property has a walled garden that is mainly laid to lawn with raised borders. A parking area to the back also has a three-bay garage block.
Fancy a farmhouse? Must have a manor? Need a new build? You can view them all with ease at Strutt & Parker’s open house day.
The estate agent holds its next National Open House Day on Saturday, February 27, from 11am to 3pm. There’s a whole day of property wonderment ahead, with farmhouses, barn conversions, new builds and manor houses all ready and waiting to be viewed.
Strutt & Parker’s Simon Backhouse said: “It’s a day when we throw open the doors of all our houses taking part, so that prospective buyers who register with us have the chance to view as many properties as they wish, without the need to make appointments.
“We run open house days twice a year, in the spring and autumn. Buyers like it because of the freedom and flexibility it offers. The time saving made through seeing a greater number of houses in one go is a huge advantage in this competitive market.
“We have had some incredible stories of people just being curious about a house and not seriously considering buying, but going on to make an offer after viewing it on an open house day.”