There is much more to consider besides maintenance and running costs when acquiring a genuinely top-end country estate or manor house, says Charlie Wells; first-generation ‘country squires’ are often blissfully unaware as to what they could be getting themselves into…
Handsome period pile on Phillimore Gardens made headlines in 2015 as the UK’s most expensive online listing
Over 500 investors have backed the luxury property crowdfunding platform, raising nearly £2m to “accelerate expansion”
Former Channel 5 and Getty Images boss Dawn Airey appointed as non-exec director
Jackson-Stops has been appointed as one of The Howard de Walden Estate’s four retained letting agents, alongside Greater London Properties, Carter Jonas and Druce.
Challenger bank claims to have bankrolled the creation of 10,000 new homes since it launched in 2015.
‘The traditional buying seasons remain apparent in both London and the regions’, says Knight Frank, after analysing sales activity over the last three years; vendors urged to act now if they want to ‘hit the sweet spot’
Following the publication of new TPO guidance on dual fees, designed to curb the rising number of disputes, veteran agent Trevor Abrahmsohn steers us through the labyrinthine world of inter-agency dealings, offering his thoughts on best practice, and harking back to a high-profile – and complex – case involving one of London’s finest mansions…
The UK’s average house price fell by 0.8% between December 2018 and January 2019, according to the latest official UK HPI, leaving the annual rate of growth at its lowest level since 2013.
Acclaimed Franco-Argentinean artist designs ‘sculptural archway’ for luxury developer’s new scheme in London’s legal land
Damac’s Chairman says the firm is ‘looking aggressively’ to spend ‘up to £500m’ on a second prime London resi project.