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FOCUS ON BRIXHAM.

Despite the woes reported in the national press concerning the property market in London and the South East, Jonathan Bye, director of Eric Lloyd & Co, can report that it is “business as usual” in Brixham with activity levels remaining as expected during August.  Sales have been completed across all market sectors with new owners “moving into” a variety of properties including; houses in Milton Street, Nelson Road, Centry Court, Summer Lane, Overgang, Ranscombe Road and Hillside Road.  Bungalows in Huccaby Close, Cumberland Green, Milton Park, and Marina Close as well as flats in Higher Manor Road, and Windmill Court.  Jonathan commented that “once the school holidays are over, September and October are traditionally strong months in the South Devon property market.  Many excellent properties have recently been listed by our office in the centre of town.”  For anyone visiting over the bank holiday weekend Eric Lloyd & Co have a choice of several exceptional properties in and around the harbour all of which have views over the harbour or the bay.  These include a three bedroom cottage in Higher Steps with a delightful private garden, a three bedroom house in Garlic Rea with its own parking space, a three/four bedroom traditional terraced house in Propsect Road currently used for holiday letting, a hugely versatile house in North Furzeham Road with arguably the best view in town, a luxury Penthouse in Old Foundry Court and one of Brixham’s landmark houses in Elkins Hill.  For details or to view call 01803 852773.        

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