Hamptons International gave Londoners a taste of the best properties to buy in the Country at the prestigious Queen’s Club
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Hamptons International hosted its Town and Country Exhibition at the impressive Queen's Club in London on 20th March.

Expert agents from the Hamptons International branch network including Bath, Brighton, Cirencester and the Home Counties were available to give potential purchasers advice and a 'first look' at quality properties before they are taken to the wider market.

The Hamptons International Town and Country Exhibition, which is held twice a year, provides the opportunity for individuals selling or letting their property in the country to profile them to London buyers and tenants, as well as providing the latter with expert advice on relocating to the country.  Hamptons International was able to showcase a wide selection of properties from beautiful country houses and chocolate-box cottages to traditional townhouses and properties in need of restoration.

Marc Goldberg, Head of Sales at Hamptons International commented: "We were thrilled with the attendance at our latest Town and Country Exhibition. It was a lovely Spring Day at the Queen's Club and throughout the course of the afternoon, a steady stream of buyers came to get a taste of the country market without having to leave London. 

The early indicators in 2012 highlight that the country market is starting to stir which is good news for both buyers and sellers. There was particular interest in properties over the £1 million mark and a clear motivation from potential purchasers looking to buy in the Cotswolds and Hampshire in particular.

The next Town and Country event will take place in the Autumn. To register your interest, please contact your nearest Hamptons International branch." 

For media enquiries and /or photos of the event please contact:
Henrietta Clayton, Senior Press Officer, Hamptons International
020 7758 8405/ claytonh@hamptons-int.com

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