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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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Queensberry Place Exterior

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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Albion Riverside Day

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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Parliament Buildings

Opportunities in the West End for Property Investors

House prices in London continue to climb to a record high, with greater increases each year than any other location in the UK. The sky-high demand for property in London means that specific areas in the West End that were once established as locations for shops and offices are being re-branded as residential addresses and regenerated to include more housing...

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Lancelot Place Rooftop Views

Debates continue on likelihood of 'Housing Bubble'

Following the announcement from several different sources indicating that asking prices are now increasing to amounts higher than those before the recession, new debates are being sparked over whether another property bubble might be looming. The Office for National Statistics has published figures that show house values in England are now 0.9 per cent higher than they were at the market's previous...

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