In The Press

24 March 2015

Stylist: The Courthouse, Justice Walk

Stylist report on a fabulous Jail and court house turned into a luxury London home.

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24 March 2015

Prime Resi: Interview with Jake Russell

Family and independence, an interview with Jake Russell for Prime Resi.

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24 March 2015

Evening Standard: Try before you buy

Try before you buy: £14.5 million converted Chelsea court house available to rent or to buy

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24 March 2015

Evening Standard: Cadogan Square Mega Mansion

Belgravia flats set for transformation into £60 million mega mansion

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24 March 2015

WhatHouse: Try before you buy

Russell Simpson is seeing a growing number of sellers place their properties on both the sales and lettings markets

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24 March 2015

Evening Standard: Divorce Capital

Divorce Capital: where in London do divorcees favour?

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24 March 2015

Daily Mirror: Try before you buy on Justice Walk

Fancy trying out this £14.5 million luxury home?

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24 March 2015

Daily Mail: Cadogan Square Mega Mansion

That’s one sweet property! Historic Grade II-listed building that was home to Tate & Lyle sugar tycoon to be transformed into mega-mansion worth more than £60million

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18 February 2015

Country & Townhouse: Queen Anne’s Gate The Perfect Party Pad

Soak in the spectacular view over St James’ Park from your own 18th Century maisonette

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18 February 2015

Capital Bay: Laurence Olivier’s £7.5M love nest

The ivy-covered mansion at Durham Cottage, was used as a love nest by high-profile couple Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh.

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18 February 2015

City AM: So you think you know Chelsea?

Russell Simpson highlight that the 2,965 acres that form what we all think of as Chelsea is not just one district, it’s actually six distinct hamlets or micro-markets.

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18 February 2015

Daily Mail: Last remaining courthouse for sale at £14.5M

Prisoners were held in chains and tried within its walls before being sent to the waiting prison ships docked on the banks of the River Thames to be transported to the colonies.

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18 February 2015

Epoch Times: Chelsea in bloom

Russell Simpson highlight that in London two thirds of so-called “garden space” is actually covered by different types of “hard landscaping”, rather than the “soft landscaping”

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18 February 2015

Evening Standard: Britain’s Most Expensive streets

On the market with leading Chelsea estate agent, Russell Simpson, a home complete with home cinema was located on one of the most expensive streets in the UK in 2014.

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18 February 2015

Daily Express: Stunning 18 bedroom home available for £40M

The vast 9,778 sq ft home includes a double drawing room, a library, and a hedge-lined garden. Complete with a lift there is also a mews house at the bottom of the garden.

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18 February 2015

ITV News: Is this Britain’s most extravagant apartment?

An incredible London apartment, which has its own ballroom, has been put on the market for a staggering £35.5 million.

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18 February 2015

London Loves Business: Converted former courthouse

A former courthouse in Chelsea, where trials for crimes including highway robbery and drunken behaviour were held, has been converted into a £14.5m luxury home.

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18 February 2015

London News: So you think you know Chelsea?

Everyone thinks they know Chelsea. Even if you don’t live there, you have an idea of it.

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18 February 2015

Daily Mail: Mansion built on site of Oliver Twist workhouse now worth £13.5M

It was once a grim home for the desperately poor – forced to hard labour to save themselves from a life on the streets of Victorian London. 

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18 February 2015

Daily Mail: Incredible apartment just yards from Buckingham Palace goes on sale for £35M

The luxurious property, 12 Queen Anne’s Gate in central London, is one of the most expensive for sale on the open market complete with its own 40ft ballroom.

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18 February 2015

Daily Mail: Boom in £1M per year rental market

Demand for properties which cost £1million a year to rent is soaring because of growing concerns about mansion tax and stamp duty, according to a new report.

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