Free Valuation Day
David Harper, antiques expert for BBC shows such as Bargain Hunt and Cash In The Attic, is visiting Bridlington later this month. He is hosting a free valuation day at the brand new development build by McCarthy and Stone at Chestnut Court.
You may recognise David from shows such as Bargain Hunt, Cash In The Attic, Antiques Road Trip, and The One Show to name a few.
He will be joined by guests and homeowners at the new development on the 22nd of November. The event starts at 1:30pm, but with a huge turnout expected make sure you turn up early!
Guests will be able to bring items such as ceramics and paintings to be valued. So why not bring along something you’ve had for years but are not sure the value of?
If guests make a small donation to McCarthy and Stone’s chosen charity, The Royal Voluntary Service, they are able to have David appraise their items too!*
This new development of age-exclusive properties have been designed from the ground up to be an enjoyable living experience. With stylish one and two bedroom apartments available from £167,999 it’s no wonder why over 70% of them have been snapped up already.
Liz Green, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for McCarthy and Stone said:
Our valuation day at Chestnut Court will be a great way for homeowners and guests to come along and get their favourite item priced-up by TV personality David Harper, while they also experience for themselves the lifestyle we have on offer here for local retirees. In addition to providing beautiful apartments in a sought after location, Chestnut Court offers independent living free from maintenance worries as all the external areas are taken care of, leaving homeowners more time to spend on the things they enjoy.
Where and When?
The event is on Wednesday the 22nd of November at 1:30pm. Chestnut Court is at 99 Marton Gate, Bridlington YO16 6YE. To avoid disappointment we suggest booking ahead by calling 0800 201 4739.
*Items brought to Chestnut Court are taken at their owner’s risk. Items should not be left unattended. Please no items of furniture.