… or more specifically, PANTONE 15-5519 Turquoise.
In their own words this is:
“ … an inviting, luminous hue … Combining the serene qualities of blue and the invigorating aspects of green, Turquoise evokes thoughts of soothing, tropical waters and a languorous, effective escape from the everyday troubles of the world, while at the same time restoring our sense of well-being.”
Indeed it does, especially if you own a property like one of these seaside beauties:
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I didn’t think the MPs’ expenses scandal could get any better (or worse) than Douglas Hogg’s moat and Sir Peter Viggers’ ornamental duck house.
But the latest noses-in-the-trough revelation – a £20,700 claim by Quentin Davies for repairs to the bell tower on his stately home – makes Hogg and Viggers look like dabbling amateurs.
Houses with bell towers, you might think, are a fairly rare phenomenon, but a quick trawl of FindaPropetry.com has turned up some fine examples.
So here, in case you’re thinking of standing for parliament next year, are some properties with this delightful, if high-maintenance, feature.
Just be sure you have a full survey before you buy, because if problems do arise you may, in future, find it difficult to get the tax payer to foot the bill.
(Click on pics for more images and full property details)