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The View, Short Let

Luxury Short Lets, 2014

The season for London Shorts Lets has arrived.  From June to August, the capital sees a rise in international visitors taking advantage of the opportunity for an extended vacation to sight see, shop and enjoy all of London’s finest dining and entertainment facilities. For those looking for luxury accommodation, there are a wide selection of premium hotels, however for some,...

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Harrods Wine Tasting May 2014

London Activities: May 2014

May is rapidly approaching and residents in the capital have plenty to keep them entertained. The 1st May sees the launch of the Sony World Photography Awards. While the Winner is announced on 30th April, the exhibition will feature the Winning works, plus the shortlisted entries which were chosen for the best portrayals of photo-journalism, fine art and commercial photography....

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1901 Faberge Egg Displaying in Harrods April 2014

Easter Events

In the run up to Easter, it’s a long held tradition for many to hide Easter eggs for children to hunt for, and these beautifully landscaped gardens could provide the perfect setting for a treasure hunt and inspiring the imagination… Hamilton Terrace – here the immaculate lawn provides the perfect blank canvas for decorating a garden party.  Adorn the trees...

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The Lancasters Stucco-Fronted Design

Stucco-Fronted Properties in Central London

London houses an eclectic mix of architectural designs spanning a range of regal periods which all enhances its characterful charm and allows investors to find a style to suit their tastes.  We previously explored the grandeur of red brick properties, but here we turn our attention to the Stucco-Fronted design that emerged in Britain towards the beginning of the 19th...

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Trevor Square, Harrodian Red Bricks

Red Brick Properties in Central London

The use of red bricks in architecture can be a decisive design choice.  For those that love this material, it can represent regal period tradition, splendour and its robust nature means it has stood the test of time, allowing many period properties to survive the devastation of War and be enjoyed into modern times. In our latest blog post, we...

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Albion Riverside From Battersea Bridge

Views of the Thames

This weekend saw the annual university boat race take place between Putney and Mortlake along the River Thames.   The event, now in its 160th year, saw rowers from Oxford and Cambridge battle it out, with supporters lining the route, cheering both teams along to the finish line.  Inspired by the spectators who travelled far and wide to pick the best viewpoints,...

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