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Focus on Shrivenham

Shrivenham is a large village and civil parish in the Vale of the White House and situated approximately five miles southwest of Faringdon and is only three miles from the Wiltshire border separated by the river Cole.  It is believed that there has been a settlement at Shrivenham since 400BC or Scrivenham as it was known in the Domesday...

Posted on Friday, March 31, 2017 Read More


Property Pricing Expectation v Reality and the Impact of Over Valuing

Property pricing is an emotive topic.  We know, we deal with it every day! Our homes tend to be our most prized asset and it’s natural to think that our choice of house, location and all the improvements we’ve made are our best decisions.  The challenge is, when the time comes to get your property valued ready for the...

Posted on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 Read More


Waymark Property Focus on Kingston Lisle

Set at the foot of Blowing Stone Hill, Kingston Lisle is a village and civil parish in the Vale of White Horse and just five miles west of Wantage.  As with much of the surrounding area there are strong historic links to King Alfred. The Blowing Stone is a perforated sarsen stone capable of producing a booming sound, when someone blows...

Posted on Friday, March 24, 2017 Read More


Why do we ‘Spring Clean’?

Before we don our marigolds and dive into the cleaning products box, have you considered the origins of spring cleaning?  Well, we did our homework, and found a couple of reasons why the months of March and April seem to be the cleanest months of the year. During the 1800’s and according to The Times, the biggest annual clean...

Posted on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 Read More


January 2017 - Completions Down and Average Price Up

We’ve just got the first complete month's worth of data for 2017 so it’s time for Waymark to digest and interpret the figures with a month on year comparison from January 2017 right back to January 2010.  It’s fair to say it’s a bit of a mixed bag! What is interesting is the change in average prices across the...

Posted on Friday, March 17, 2017 Read More


Waymark Property’s Village Spotlight Little & Great Coxwell

Straddling the A420 Faringdon Road, the villages of Little Coxwell and Great Coxwell are conveniently located approximately 1.5 miles south of Faringdon. Great Coxwell, as the name may indicate, is the slightly larger of the two villages which was originally in Berkshire up until a boundary change in 1974.  The village resides in a...

Posted on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 Read More


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