In Pictures: Dorset manor house ‘with all the toys’ that inspired Thomas Hardy pitched at £3.75m
Poxwell Manor comes with "all the toys", says Strutt & Parker, including a helipad and helicopter hangar.
In Pictures: High-spec historic house in Sussex with ‘nothing short of spectacular’ modern extension
Higham House was reputedly visited by Henry VIII, and now features a show-stopping swimming pool complex.
Described by Historic England as 'exceptionally important', the Grade I listed Elizabethan stately home was gutted by a blaze in 2017
Originally built for entertainment impresario Fred Karno and known as the Fun Factory, this property has been converted into a spectacular live-work space by artist Richard Harrison
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Henry Hird will be leading the 40-strong team at Sims Hilditch as the award-winning studio embarks on its 'next phase of growth'.
Developer confirms Juan Pablo Molyneux will create the residents’ communal areas for 1 Mayfair, the forthcoming RAMSA-designed scheme billed as 'London’s most exclusive address'.
‘After all, property is a people business’: In conversation with top Savills execs Pete Bevan, Liza-Jane Kelly & Richard Gutteridge
The agency's London & PCL chiefs share their insights on achieving success in the industry, the biggest market shifts of the last 25 years, and the latest buyer & seller trends...
Deal sees top-end construction & maintenance firm expand its range of specialist services, and sets up a foray into the world of superyachts.
Agne Karazuite and Ed Boden have taken on new roles in Chelsea and South Kensington.
Fresh analysis by luxury estate agency Beauchamp Estates looks into the wealth and lifestyles of the global super-rich.
Significant sale 'demonstrates that despite ongoing economic uncertainty London remains top of the list for the world’s global buyers,' says Knight Frank.
Hong Kong, Dubai, Geneva, Miami & Sydney all saw $10mn-plus sales rise over the last quarter, reports Knight Frank.
Key takeaways from the recent Wealth Breakfast at Burlington House, where a panel of experts delved deep into the mechanics of the capital's prime property market.
Savills expects average rents to increase by another 6% next year, before the pace of growth eases as tenants are stretched to the limit.
Property consultancy has seen fee income rise but profits fall.
Bank of England data tell of another increase in mortgage approvals, prompting Savills to suggest 'some confidence is beginning to return' to the property market.