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  1. Brantons

    Salisbury Road, Totton, Hampshire, SO40 3HW

    Welcome to Brantons, Totton, Ashurst and the surrounding areas premier independent estate agency, specialising in the sale of all residential property from substantial family homes to purpose built apartments. Brantons is fronted by Christopher and Jonathan Grier, two brothers who have resided locally for nearly 30 years and who both benefit from more than ten years industry experience, initially working in busy city centre offices and more recently owning a market leading franchise agency in the waterside area. At Brantons our handpicked sales team was specially selected for their industry knowledge and commercial awareness. We believe that we have created a premium estate agency service for homeowners, buyers and landlords. Our focus is to design bespoke marketing packages tailored to our clients individual needs and to ensure that the process is as efficient and as stress free as possible. We understand the pressures of daily life which is why we are open 7 days a week with longer opening hours that are convenient for viewings after work and at weekends. We look forward to being of service to you and exceeding your expectations.

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    65 For sale
    £308,935 Avg. asking price
    15 weeks Avg. listing time
    6 For rent
    £797 pcm Avg. asking price
    5 weeks Avg. listing time
  2. Hamwic Independent Estate Agents

    South Parade, Salisbury Road, Southampton, Totton, SO40 3PY

    Today, Southampton is a modern port city of a quarter of a million inhabitants. Before the mid-9th century however, Southampton did not exist. After the Roman period in England, a separate settlement moved to the Western side of the River Itchen. This town was called Hamtun. Due to its favourable positioning on the confluence of rivers, proximity to the coast and Roman roads, Hamtun was known as a trading town or a ‘wic’. This led to the town also being referred to as Hamwic. Though both names can be used interchangeably, the name Hamwic is usually used when referring to the trading and economic activities of the town. The streets and plots were aligned by a main north-south running street which today is known as St Mary’s Street. At the south end of this arterial road another main road was found to intersect in an east-west direction which follows modern Chapel Road. Adding to the evidence of Hamwic as an important centre of trade is the presence of a mint. The Royal mint of Hamwic was used by the kings of Wessex between 786- 858AD. Though there is written evidence of Hamwic being a royal vill since the 8th century, the discovery of a richly furnished burial dating to the 7th century could indicate that there were royalty or at least a wealthy elite around the town. The burials were found under the Southampton Football Club’s new stadium in the north eastern edge of the medieval wic and include richly decorated weaponry and fine gold jewellery. An unknown fact is that they left a lot of these archaeological finds underneath the pitch.  “It is an intriguing thought to imagine Southampton’s Premiership League footballers are playing over all this surviving Anglo-Saxon archaeology” Our Logo is taken from the Tudor Rose, which carries a long standing recognisable local identity that is placed upon the City of Southampton crest and Southampton Football Club’s badge, as well as many local council crests, which adds to our own local and personal connections with this City.

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    Homes on Zoopla

    128 For sale
    £327,312 Avg. asking price
    20 weeks Avg. listing time
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