Celebrity Homes: A-Lister Links Can Add 10% to Property Prices
Homes with links to A-listers can expect to see a boost in value when they hit the market, according to new research by a London-based ultra-prime property specialist
The Allure of Epping: How the Pandemic Boosted the West Essex Property Market
Since coronavirus hit, more space and access to nature have shot to the top of property buyers’ wish lists, so how is this effecting the West Essex property market?
Tim Burton’s Astonishing £20m Primrose Hill Home Goes on Sale
The former London home of film director Tim Burton has gone on sale for a cool £20 million (or, if you prefer, to let for £15,000 a week)
Mayfair’s Largest Mansion – with Links to The Crown – Goes on Sale
A palatial Grade II listed property that has just gone on sale in Mayfair is the largest mansion currently available in the area.
Ad Feature Morden Wharf: A New Live, Work, Play Neighbourhood for London
With beautifully landscaped public spaces, riverside apartments and new job opportunities, Morden Wharf has ambitious plans to become the new jewel in London’s crown
Property of the Week: A Power Yacht Houseboat in Chelsea
A luxury houseboat has hit the market with exclusive Chelsea moorings, luxury interiors and a powerful engine to carry you off to Europe on a whim
London’s Prime Property Hotspots in 2020 (Despite Covid)
Despite Covid wreaking havoc across all aspects of life, including the property market, London house prices still managed to climb – although some areas, and some price brackets, faired much better than others
Ad Feature New Homes in Essex for Those Thinking of Leaving London
If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s to truly appreciate the simple things, like open space, nature and a garden to call our own
Ad Feature Work Begins at London’s Newest Landmark, Marylebone Square
Marylebone Square breaks ground, marking the start of construction on the largest piece of undeveloped land in central London
Ad Feature 95% LTV Mortgages: Pros & Cons for First-Time Buyers
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a new 95% LTV (loan-to-value) mortgage scheme to help first-time buyers get on the property ladder – but is it a good idea?