Warren Powell-Richards, GU27
|Properties||Number of properties||Avg. asking price||Avg. listing age|
|Residential for sale||68||£372,451||34 weeks||Residential to rent||6||£1,075 pcm||6 weeks|
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Latest residential property for sale
£256,000 Guide price
A newly refurbished 2 bedroom apartment with a garage and private loft storage, set in attractive tree lined grounds within 300 meters of Haslemere Station. Recent improvements to the property include a refitted kitchen, new combi gas boiler, new ...
£330,000 Guide price
In the heart of Camelsdale, with a view over the village and the countryside beyond, a 2 bedroom semi-detached house providing good sized rooms and a delightful garden.The property would now ideally suite someone who is looking to put their own stamp ...
Latest residential property to rent
£1,200 pcm (£277 pw)
A bright South facing duplex apartment in an extremely convenient location, close to shops, station and leisure centre. The beautifully presented accomodation includes a comprehensively equiped open plan kitchen/dining room with double doors to the ...
£1,600 pcm (£369 pw)
A well presented detached property located within a short walk of Shottermill Junior School and all the amenities of Wey Hill. The property benefits from off street parking, Fully fitted kitchen, Reception room, 2 double bedroom, study and 2 ...
£995 pcm (£230 pw)
Warren Powell-Richards are pleased to offer this refurbished and newly decorated bright and spacious two double bedroom flat, including garage, store room and separate parking. The location provides excellent access to the town centre amenities and ...
Meet the team
Ian Gough MNAEABranch Manager
Ian has been an estate agent for over 30 years working on the Surrey, West Sussex and Hampshire borders. Married to Juliet they have lived in the centre of Haslemere for the last 15 years and in the area all their lives. Sanity is maintained, following the riggers of estate agency by walking their two spaniels, Jess and Beetle at Swan Barn or on Black Down in Haslemere. What time remains is spent enjoying the arts with regular visits to the theatre, live music events, museums and art exhibitions. This is a complimented by eating out in the numerous pubs in the surrounding area and the occasional round of golf. Ian supports Spurs and Bath rugby club.
Desmond Parker MNAEASenior Sales Manager
Desmond trained as a surveyor, but soon found he enjoyed the buzz of selling houses far more than the job of surveying them. Consequently, back in 1979 he threw in the surveying towel and joined our team of Haslemere estate agents. He has spent the last 35 years practicing in the West Surrey towns of Guildford, Godalming, Grayshott and Haslemere. A member of the NAEA, he is married with a son and daughter whom have now left home, so lives quietly with his wife and cat. He has a love of music and visits music festivals including Weyfest and Guilfest. He is also trying to master the guitar and ukulele, and in the last few years he has started cycle touring around the UK.
Cherie HardingSales Negotiator
Cherie has lived in Fernhurst for many years and absolutely loves living in the countryside with its opportunities for walking her Tibetan Terrier called Pandora. (Pandy for short). Highly active she is keen on interior design and DIY and has spent the last 5 years renovating her home. Cherie works Monday to Friday as a credit controller for a Gaming company but with her love of all things property related we at WPR are lucky enough to have her at weekend as a sales assistant.
Sacha CorcoranLettings Manager
Sacha previously lived in London where she worked in the fast-moving London rental market before seeing the light and moving to Hampshire in 2015. An expert in all aspects of the lettings market, life in the countryside certainly suits her and gives her the opportunity of indulging in her love of cycling, antiques markets and scouting for treasure at car boot sales. Life is shared with her cat and her super talented daughter, a singer songwriter who is working hard to break into the music industry professionally. Much time is spent at recording studios, band practise and playing at festivals. Sacha’s tells me her most important hour of the day is her evening walk around her local Petersfield Lake with her daughter catching up on the events of the day.