In The Press

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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18 February 2015

Daily Mail: 6 The Boltons Yours for £40M

London’s property market is a fluid beast, but a few of the capital’s streets are so sought after that houses in them hardly ever come on the market.

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18 February 2015

Daily Mail: Take a peek inside Laurence Olivier’s love nest

The ivy-covered mansion, which was used as a love nest by Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh is on the market for £7.5million.  

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18 February 2015

Prime Resi: 6 The Boltons Chelsea Power Show

One of the largest homes in all of Chelsea, this eighteen-bedroomed beauty stands on the grounds of the former Coleherne House.

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17 February 2015

Yahoo Finance: The £14.5M home with an amazing history

Dubbed Britain’s ‘most expensive prison cell’, a stunning former courthouse has hit the market with a £14.5 million price tag.

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17 February 2015

What House: Chelsea penthouses the top picks of 2014

This sumptuous two-storey penthouse, provides 3,800 sq. ft. of accommodation.

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17 February 2015

The Guardian: Great heart – Home with surprising interiors

In the heart of London’s Chelsea is this unusual freehold house, originally an 18th century court house and jail.

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15 February 2015

House To Home: An Englishman’s Home is The Courthouse

Take a jaunt down Justice Walk and you’ll find not only an enclave rich in more ancient history, but the opportunity, for a cool £14.5 million, to call a fairly substantial chunk of it home.

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8 December 2014

Prime Resi: Average Price of a PCL Penthouse

According to data from Russell Simpson mined from Lonres, apartments of the true penthouse variety now sell at an average price of £13.3m in prime central London.

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10 November 2014

Arabian Knight: Cornwall Terrace £4.7 Million Revamp

£4.7m London home has room for improvement

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7 November 2014

Property, Art and the dilemma of “Pounds Per Square Foot”

The rigid and stringent bounds of "pound per square footage" often ‎demarcates false boundaries in...

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4 September 2014

Town & Country: Luxury Letting at Beauclerc Road

A beautiful rental property on Beauclerc Road featured in a Town & Country gallery.

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28 July 2014

Prime Resi: Chelsea becomes most popular London address

Chelsea named as London’s most popular prime resi address, outselling all other PCL areas over the last year.

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20 May 2014

Prime Resi: Russell Simpson Chelsea Gardens Research Report

160,000 people will be going to look at the blooms in Chelsea this week. To mark the annual Titchmarsh-a-thon, local estate agent Russell Simpson has worked out how much a decent bit of outside space can add to the value of a property in Kensington & Chelsea.

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