A bit of fun – Spot the difference

Categories New Homes, Property

When you instruct Curchods to sell your property, we will manage every aspect of your move. From the initial valuation, to arranging finance, conveyancing and obtaining the best possible price, we will be by your side every step of the way.  Part of the service is marketing your home and we go to great lengths to ensure all our clients’ properties are presented to buyers at their very best.

We regularly digitally improve photography, whilst of course staying within the confines of the Consumer Protection Regulations.

To celebrate our digital retouching skills, here’s a fun game of Spot the Difference. If you get all the answers correct you could win £50 in John Lewis vouchers!

Simply head to our Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter page, comment on the Spot the Difference post with the correct answers for your chance to win!  We will be selecting a winner at random at the end of June.

 

Langtree Place by Kidbrook Homes

The properties featured are currently for sale with Curchods Woking office.  To arrange a viewing simply call 01483 776644.

Langtree Place is comprised of nine charming, contemporary family homes set in the sought-after and convenient hub of Woking, Surrey.

Built by Kidbrook Homes, these superior homes are designed specifically for each development and blend effortlessly with their surroundings.

Help to Buy available – subject to terms and conditions.

The exceptional specification and material choice that goes into every Kidbrook Homes development is the key to delivering high levels of quality – with bespoke high class products, material and architectural choices made for each exclusive development.

Interested in booking a viewing?

More details about these fantastic new build properties are available on our website, by contacting Curchods Woking on 01483 776644 or by emailing woking@curchods.com.  You can also fill in the enquiry form at the bottom of this page.

 

Want some help with spot the difference?

Answers below working from left to right:

  1. Door closed Plot 6
  2. Driveway water mark removed
  3. First cone removed
  4. Skip removed
  5. Second cone removed
  6. Door closed Plot 8
  7. Window sticker removed Plot 8
  8. Board on floor removed
  9. Third cone removed
  10. Second driveway water mark removed
  11. Stain below stonework removed
  12. Third driveway water mark removed
  13. Fourth cone removed
  14. Door closed Plot 9
  15. Building materials removed
  16. Pile of bricks removed from in front of Plot 9
  17. Fifth cone removed
  18. Second floor window frame cleaned
  19. Sixth cone removed
  20. Fourth driveway water mark removed
  21. White material and wires removed from wall at back of development

 

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