Watch ‘The Anna Edit’ house tour

Last year, Anna Newton (aka ‘The Anna Edit’) and her husband Mark made the decision to trade in their beloved Brighton flat for a house that would give them the extra space they were looking for.

Knowing that they found their new place on Rightmove, we were delighted to share Anna’s much-anticipated house tour, which also gives us all the chance to hear more about their future plans for making their new house their own. Keep reading to watch the tour!

An author, podcaster, and award-winning blogger, Anna is famous for her minimalist style and streamlined and practical approach to interiors.

 

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Draw A search and instant alerts played an important role in Anna and Mark’s house search, allowing them to build their very own custom search area, and then be alerted as soon as matching properties came available.

Anna’s top Rightmove tip is to use Draw A Search to create a search for your desired area, but then increase the radius slightly, or making the area bigger than just your core desired patch, as you never know what gems you might miss out on otherwise.

 

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As big fans of neutral interiors as well as all the little details that add character to period properties, they already have a long list of DIY and decorating tasks to make their new house their home. Replacing the existing staircase runner, repainting the ornate bannister and woodwork, and reconfiguring the kitchen and utility room are just some of the jobs that lie ahead for the ambitious couple.

 

Check out Anna’s house tour and get some inspiration for your own home projects:


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