Whether you’re thinking of moving or altering and updating your present home, there are ideas and inspiration for you.
We feature interesting and unusual properties on the market in the Portsmouth area, plus offer suggestions on how you can make the most of your existing space.
In the first issue we show you around a charming houseboat that offers a relaxed way of living.
There’s also a stylish apartment in Gunwharf Quays, packed with period features and with a fascinating naval history.
We also feature a Southsea terrace that has had an impressive modern makeover and focus on Old Portsmouth and some of the properties for sale in this sought-after part of the city.
We take a look at six homes that boast swimming pools and we show you the best way to help the environment and give your home a bit of vintage style by picking up some pre-loved furniture.
In the gardening section there’s a great suggestion of what you can do now to encourage pollinating insects to visit next spring.
Finally, if you’re looking for a new-build we put the focus on developments in town and country.
We’re delighted to announce that we have Fareham firm Giganet on board as sponsor of Home.
The company is at the forefront of high speed broadband installation that will transform our digital experience - from home working to gaming and streaming.
Giganet is connecting Portsmouth to the fastest broadband, with speeds up to 900Mb/s. Giganet’s Chief Customer Officer Rob Baynes says: ‘We’re so pleased to be connecting Pompey to full fibre broadband, which is so much faster and more reliable than what was available before.
‘The feedback we’ve had from local customers has been fantastic and we’re pleased to be the only provider offering one-month contracts and the best value in the city.’
Home also has the support of the Portsmouth Property Association. The PPA will be contributing a monthly column that offers expert insight into the local housing market.
We hope you enjoy reading Home - every Friday in The News or here at www.portsmouth.co.uk.
To read the first issue of Home, click here