A History of Lymington through its Listed Buildings

The beautiful town of Lymington lies nestled on the banks of the Lymington River, tucked beneath the stunning New Forest National Park. The town's attractive high street and surrounding settlements are scattered with listed buildings and archaeological gems, which really tell the story of historical Lymington. 

The most in-demand roads in Lymington

Lymington has so much going for it. The old elegant Georgian market town with its cobbled streets and interesting eclectic shops. The two marinas and sailing clubs. Its position on the edge of the New Forest, an astounding 150 square miles of protected ancient land. Britain's oldest lido. No wonder it's generally considered one of the most desirable seaside towns in England.

Why the New Forest is best for families

There's no doubt about it: the New Forest is a beautiful place to be. When it comes to relocation though, you need a little bit more than that. We've put together a guide, going through why we think the New Forest really does have everything for a family...

Caldwells raising money for JDRF at the Summer Spectacular - August 2016

This Sunday 7th August 2016 you will find us at Woodside Park, Lymington raising money for ‪JDRF‬ (Juvenile Diabetics Research Foundation)...

Online Estate Agents versus Traditional Estate Agents

An excellent and comprehensive look at the differences between online-only estate agents and traditional high street estate agents...

Polo Times - June 2016

Recently, The Polo Times published our colleague Caroline Hawthorne's article on owning a property in the New Forest, together with our advertisement for one of our most spectacular homes currently for sale...

Top 10 things to know before buying your first home

If you are a first time buyer looking to purchase your first home you might be wondering where to begin what can be a lengthy process...

 

April's Game Changing Property Legislation - Caldwells Press Release, April 2016

This month, many new regulations are coming into force that will affect the property industry. Julian and Jeremy Caldwell, co-Directors of Caldwells, highlight these key laws and discuss what impact they could have on the UK's housing market.

Thinking of selling in spring?...Consider these useful tips...

With the spring flowers now in full bloom, the property market is also beginning to flourish as many are thinking of putting their houses on the market now that the weather is looking brighter and the garden is looking fresher.

To rent or to buy?

Recently, OnTheMarket.com wrote a post giving advice on whether it is cheaper to rent or to buy in today's market. If you are considering which avenue to take ...

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