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Area Guide

Wild at Heart

SPOTLIGHT ON WESTBOURNE GROVE

Westbourne Grove is known for its eclectic mixture of culture and communities, plus its pretty Victorian townhouses, but what are the best restaurants, shops and schools and why is it a good area to buy property? A bustling, trendy central area of Notting Hill, Westbourne Grove runs from Kensington Park Road in the west to Queensway […]

Fairways, The Bishops Avenue

JULY’S HOTTEST PROPERTY TRENDS

In the latest news, Billionaire’s Row in North London has been ranked as the second most expensive street in Britain

Lillie Square, Earl's Court, designed by Paul Davis + Partners

JUNE’S HOTTEST PROPERTY TRENDS

A new study reveals the rise of the Micro Mansion, the mini property bubble forming from the state school stampede, and the huge growth in housing market activity close to Crossrail stations.

Caroline Hawking from Hamptons International

MY MONTH: HAMPTONS INTERNATIONAL

Caroline Hawking from Hamptons International Westminster office is free wheeling as Hamptons sponsors the Open Garden Squares Weekend again this year A personal highlight this spring has been purchasing our classic Hamptons Pashley bike – my colleagues and I have long used Barclays Bikes to nip around Pimlico and Westminster but with the summer around […]

Property area guide: Streatham

WHY BUY PROPERTY IN STREATHAM

Streatham is becoming an increasingly popular place to buy property in, with its green spaces, wide choice of homes and appealing property prices, reports Karen Tait. Here’s why you should invest in property in Streatham Once known as the ‘West End of south London’, attracting wealthy Londoners who travelled here for the healing spa waters, […]

Ealing is becoming a more and more popular area to invest in property in London

WHY MOVE TO EALING?

Harriet Rowlands is the founder and director of No Place Like Home , a property search company specialising in finding family homes in West London. Here she tells her story of relocating from Kensington & Chelsea to Ealing, and why she’s pleased she made the move ‘Why not move to Ealing?’ an old colleague of […]

This Grade ll-listed building on Rotherhithe Street, Surrey Quays, is on sale for £749,995

AREA FOCUS: SURREY QUAYS

Chris Early, Sales Manager at KFH Surrey Quays, on why the riverside area is one to watch Best Known For SE16 is best known for its modern architecture and excellent transport links. The area is steeped in history and tradition and has changed immensely over the last 25 years due to the London Docklands Development Programme, […]

Harrods building, Knightsbridge

AREA FOCUS: KNIGHTSBRIDGE

Only the best will do in this most exclusive of London hotspots, with both buyers and tenants expecting property perfection, says Karen Tait Luxury is a byword in Knightsbridge, as is exclusive. Whether you’re buying designer clothing, a statement interiors piece, a fine dining experience or a home, this is London living at its ultimate. […]

Why buy in Holland Park

AREA FOCUS: HOLLAND PARK

Perfectly situated for transport links and amenities, this tranquil corner of London provides green space and elegant homes Home to some of London’s most prestigious homes, with the park on its doorstep, a wealth of retail and dining options close by, good transport links and excellent local schools, Holland Park is one of the capital’s […]

Area focus on Askew Road

AREA FOCUS: ASKEW ROAD

Located in the heart of Shepherd’s Bush, Askew Road offers residents a charming village feel and eclectic selection of local independent shops

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