Galliard & Cain International update on sales progress as £400m mixed-use scheme approaches completion
The Beauchamp Estates founder celebrates four decades in business with a retrospective of legendary super-prime deals…
1,930 square foot unit opposite Harrods has been has been dressed head-to-toe in furniture and furnishings from the famous Italian fashion house’s collection, Fendi Casa
Once home to playwright Harold Pinter and racing driver Lance Reventlow, the Hanover Terrace house is ‘one of the most interesting and special trophy home opportunities in Regents Park and Marylebone at present’
Super-prime estate agency Beauchamp Estates has appointed Glentree alumnus Jeremy Gee as Managing Director to lead the London business and helm international expansion plans
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Gary Hersham – founder of PrimeResi’s No.1-ranked PCL Boutique Estate Agency in 2019, Beauchamp Estates – has been instrumental in many of London’s most expensive ultra-prime property sales in recent years. From under-the-radar mansions to headline-grabbing penthouses, he’s brokered deals with some of the wealthiest people in the world for their most coveted – and personal – big-ticket assets; their homes. Exclusively for PrimeResi, Hersham reveals his secrets for dealing with the ultra-rich, and getting a residential property mega-deal over the line.
Marylebone is ‘increasingly becoming the hub of PCL’ says Beauchamp Estates chief Gary Hersham, as he looks back at an ‘extremely volatile’ 2018, and forward to a year of ‘needs-driven’ deals and a return of North American buyers to London…
EXCLUSIVE: A former home of the Duke of Devonshire has sold in a landmark deal on one of London’s grandest garden squares
EXCLUSIVE: Super-wealthy buyer shakes off Brexit jitters to splash out on Grade II listed Georgian gem
PCL agencies Harrods Estates, Beauchamp Estates & Rokstone are marketing a four-bed house on Adams Row, which is hosting an exclusive pop-up exhibition of artworks by Piers Bourke
As Westminster Council moves to limit the size of new homes to 150 square metres – the latest in a series of policy changes designed to temper the super-prime sector – we asked some of the most experienced operators in the area for their views on how the new proposals could affect supply, demand, prices and prospects in the capital’s most exclusive neighbourhoods…