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Keep up to date with what’s going on at Pearsons and in our surrounding communities across Hampshire.

Denmead Branch Sponsor the Horticultural Society Village Show

  • 26 July, 2019

Our Denmead Office are proud to support the Denmead Horticultural Society's Village show.  This takes place on Saturday 17th August, between 11am and 5pm at the All Saints Church Hall, Hambledon Road, Denmead.  Tickets are Adults - £2.50, OAPs - £1.50 and under 14s go free.  Pop along for a great day out.

Notes from the Rostrum

  • 26 July, 2019

With a much-renewed optimism for the Economy and the Housing Market, in particular, we have continued with a common theme of selling a number of properties outside of the Auction Room.  The July Auction, in particular, produced a magnificent 75% potential success sales rate.

This Auction brings another wide array of properties, spanning a broad price range across the region.

There are a number of properties providing an ideal ‘buy-to-let’ investment, which include a two-bedroom flat in Bitterne guided at £100,000, a modern three-bedroom semi-detached house in Denvilles and a character Listed building in Havant Town Centre worth a view. Alternatively, a two-bedroom house close to Fareham Town Centre that needs modernising or, a semi-detached house in Denmead in need of further updating, may also come high on your list!

There are once again, a number of bungalows all offering development potential, with one in Lovedean, in particular, having planning to replace the current dwelling with a pair of three-bedroom semi-detached houses. We have a double-bay fronted detached bungalow in Farlington, enjoying a favoured upper hillslope position and a detached bungalow, just a short distance from the sea-front at Hill Head.

For all you keen boating enthusiasts, there is a modern ‘Mews’ style house on Hythe Marina enjoying a 10-metre mooring. For those seeking a character four-bedroom home, then there is an opportunity to buy just that, in Widley.

Finally, there is a beautiful creation in the making, with St Francis Chapel Funtley, providing an excellent opportunity to develop an exciting project and a distinctive detached character home in Wickham that is sure to attract interest.

We look forward to meeting you at the Ageas Bowl on Wednesday 28th August, the home of Hampshire Cricket.


Happy Customers in Romsey

  • 22 July, 2019

The Romsey Team received these lovely chocolates from a very happy vendor, and a card that read: Dear Paul, we would like to thank you and your staff for all your help with the sale of our home.

Hythe Office Support

  • 28 June, 2019

The Hythe Office are long time supporters of the Waterside Cancer Support Centre and were presented with this lovely certificate in appreciation of the work they do.

Pearsons Helping to Raise Money for Leo's Life Changing Operation

  • 24 June, 2019

Leo is a lovely 13 year old local boy, he was born with Cerebral Palsy, Spastic Diplegia - this causes him to have spasticity in all of his muscles in his legs meaning they continually contract. This condition has always interfered with Leos life stopping him doing so many things that any other able bodied child could do - for example riding a bike, playing tag, joining in on sports day without feeling so embarrassed because he wasn't able do do even the bean bag race without falling over. He was unable to walk until he was 3, unable to dress until he was 5, the list goes on... 

We have recently found out that as Leo gets older, the spasticity in his muscles are going to put his body under a lot of pressure and he is going to suffer from extreme pain, possible bone deformities, premature ageing of his muscles which could then result in Leo needing permanent walking aids or a wheelchair.    

THERE IS HOPE - Leo can have an operation called SDR (selective dorsal rhizotomy). This involves a very intricate operation done on the spine cutting nerves that send messages to the brain telling the muscles to contract, therefore the spasticity will almost be eradicated. Leo will then need tolearn to walk again and will need to have months and months of intensive physiotherapy.

Unfortunately Leo is unable to have this operation funded by the NHS so his family are therefore looking to raise £40,000 to enable him to have this life changing treatment. This operation would give Leo the opportunity to lead an independent, pain free and active life. 

If you would like to support this wonderful cause, please click on this link which will take you to the fundraising page

https://www.treeofhope.org.uk/help-leo-keep-walking-lead-pain-free-active-life/?fbclid=IwAR0P8hU2Pe6oYNgKDtXfGCxmhMcfGzH-vc39BHL8PlUPziPSKLXdaONEsmI