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Argyll Road Holland Park

Discover Holland Park

Holland Park is a beautiful public park in West London. Bought by London City Council in 1952 from the sixth Earl of Ilchester, its 54 acres are covered in semi-wild woodland, where peacocks, squirrels and a Japanese garden can be found. It has a famous Orangery, tennis courts, a cricket pitch, a giant chess set as well as a well-equipped...

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Life in Notting Hill

Notting Hill is a vibrant and multi-cultural area of London. Located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, it combines highly sought-after residential property areas with some of the most famous street markets the capital has to offer. Portobello Road is the world's largest antiques market and it has been operating since the 1850s. Whether you are shopping for...

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Eaton Square

Introducing Pimlico

Pimlico has seen a resurgence in its popularity in recent years. This area, predominantly in SW1V and running between the River Thames and Victoria Station, is a favoured location with politicians and other professionals.  The area is known for its impressive Regency town houses, many of which have been converted into apartments over the years. Larger period properties often have...

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Area Guide - Westminster

If you're looking for a prestigious address then Westminster is an area worthy of consideration. Dominated by the Houses of Parliament and other government buildings and within close proximity to Buckingham Palace, this locality is at the very heart of the Establishment. As a result, Westminster is popular with politicians, barristers and a variety of other professionals. There is a...

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Chelsea Property

Chelsea is one of the most prestigious boroughs of London and known globally for its luxury properties, high-net-worth residents and entertainment scene. One of the most glamorous streets in the area has to be Cheyne Walk, which is known for its celebrity residents, bohemian style and fame from the swinging sixties. Dating back to the eighteenth century, Cheyne Walk boasts...

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A Guide to Battersea

When the American Embassy announced it was moving to a new location in Nine Elms in 2008, it marked a new era for the somewhat forgotten area of Battersea, found just south of the river. Since the announcement, the area has undergone a swathe of re-development and new investment, with a series of luxury waterfront residential developments springing up and a...

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