Company Tag: Aylesford International
Entire Nash-designed Regent’s Park terrace sells for ‘under £130mn’, two years after listing at £185mn
Zenprop has reportedly sold 1-18 York Terrace East for "under £130mn", two years after pitching the luxury development prospect at £185mn.
New Statesman: The quiet remorse of the man who sold London to Putin’s oligarchs
Aylesford International chief Andrew Langton has spoken with remarkable candour to the New Statesman, about dirty money, Russian sanctions, threats of violence, and regret.
Entire Nash terrace in Regent’s Park hits the open market at £185m
Zenprop instructs agents to launch 1-18 York Terrace East, pitching the 117,000 square foot proposition as a ‘unique opportunity for an owner occupier to acquire the last remaining full Nash terrace i…
In Pictures: Three £25m super-homes primed for the market to restart
Buyers shopping in this price range have some particularly good options to peruse from afar...
Bedford Gardens project emerges as £25m super-home
Rare double-house was being marketed as a development opp in 2015
Boris plots emergency Budget to ‘slash stamp duty’
Controversial Prime Ministerial hopeful Boris Johnson would instigate 'aggressive tax cuts, an overhaul of stamp duty and an assault on regulation' in a bid to mitigate effects of a no-deal Brexit, reports…
£50m deal flurry for Aylesford as international buyers shrug off Brexit uncertainty
PCL agency reports a quartet of high-end sales across Belgravia, Kensington & Notting Hill, including a stonking townhouse on Eaton Square; HNW purchasers are increasingly taking a long-term view, says …
Converted Ratners jewellery factory up for sale at £3.95m
There's nothing 'crap' about this hidden gem on Goldhawk Road
Aylesford International’s Catherine Cockcroft on the past, present & future of the PCL lettings sector
INTERVIEW: Aylesford International's well-known lettings boss, Catherine Cockcroft has just retired after an impressive 34 years with the Chelsea-based luxury agency
One-off low-build house sold on Eaton Square
Buyer picks up a 'very special' residence on the famous Belgravia garden square, which retains the magnificent ballroom from the now-demolished mansion next-door
Why buyers are looking longer and harder at short leases
Properties with very short leases are not striking fear into buyers like they once did, as turbulent market conditions widen their appeal...
Talking Heads: Labour, Corbyn & the UK property market
Some of the top acquisition, sales, development, and finance specialists in the land share their thoughts on what a British Government led by Jeremy Corbyn could mean for the residential property sector...