As many of you who have read our recent posts will know, we at Somerset Estates place considerable importance on our business values and choose to work with only those business partners who share the same values. So I was delighted to be able to chat recently to Hugh Viney of Minerva.
As we approach the end of the first week of the second national lockdown, we’re thankful we can still operate as usual, which includes looking after vacant properties to ensure they are protected and not vulnerable to threats.
At a time where the immediate space around us is getting more and more attention, we wanted to turn to some of the wonderful people we work with to showcase the approach we would take together in transforming spaces in prime properties. Philippa Somerset put the questions to Matteo Bianchi, Interior Designer and Elizabeth Marsh, floral designer – both of which know how to spread a little magic in their work!
On one occasion we were called to a client’s property, after they’d had a new 20- metre residential indoor swimming installed at their home.
The swimming pool was full of green algae which was growing and collecting in the pool, making it unusable and very unwelcoming to the client and their young family.
We all know the value and utmost importance of regular servicing from cars and motorcycles to private jets and super yachts. This is completely necessary to keep them in good working condition, prevent problems arising and ensure they are safe to operate. Homes, particularly luxury residences, should be cared for in the same way. Here are our 5 reasons why prime estates need dedicated maintenance.
Our Property Management Provides Complete Peace of Mind.
At Somerset Estates, we provide a personal service for clients’ individual needs and lifestyles. Our service is tailored to each client’s requirements, giving them complete peace of mind and assurance that everything is looked after to the highest standards.
Last year, whilst one of our clients was out of residency their penthouse experienced an electrical surge which caused a significant amount of damage to various electrical appliances within the property, including numerous audio-visual items, fan coil units, lighting equipment and white goods.