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Golf-mad Terry Hannaford and his eldest daughter Sarah are looking to cash in on the Costa Crash in Marbella.
Self confessed workaholic and recently separated Dad Terry Halliford has recruited his eldest daughter Sarah to help him find a property which will give him some much needed relaxation and the chance to spend quality time with his daughters.
In his quest for a holiday home he’s already looked at Portugal and the Costa Blanca but hasn’t found what he’s looking for, which is why he has his sights set on the playground of the rich and famous- Mallorca.
A golf fanatic, Terry is looking for somewhere where he can indulge his past time which also has plenty of bars, restaurants and shops to keep his daughters happy. His budget is £200,000.
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