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Gemma Adamiw

Moving to a sixteenth-century cottage signalled a new phase of life for both Gemma Adamiw and the house itself



GAP Interiors/Colin Poole

Feature No:   1707 

Qty of Images:    29 


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Gemma Adamiw’s life changed dramatically nine years ago, when her marriage ended and she found herself downsizing from the family home with her daughter Ellie Velvet, and son Augustus then aged ten and seven. She began house-hunting, knowing she wanted to stay close to friends and schools, but with no fixed ideas beyond that. A little ‘For Sale’ sign stuck in the window of a five-hundred-year-old, terraced cottage in the village of Thorverton, near Exeter, prompted her to investigate, and she came away having made up her mind to buy the property, ‘I’d hardly looked at any other places but there was a good feel to this one,’ she says, ‘I could tell it would suit us.’



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