Does a wood burner add value to a property?
We have two chimneys, a smallish one in the living room which we use for wood/coal fires, and a large chimney/fireplace in the dining room. The idea would be to invest in a wood burner in the dining room to create heat in that room, but also hope the heat will travel up through the house to warm it all. But will this add some value (no matter how small) to our property?
A villager wood burner would fit in there snugly, it would also heat up your house and at the same time add value to it.
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Doing anything to a property - decorating, doing up the garden and adding features (no matter how small) will add some value onto it. Just cosmetic work will help, and I am sure putting in a wood burner, which will add a feature and save money on heating will be desirable to a buyer.
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