Grade II listed mid-terrace on Old Queen Street was recently rented out to Sting & Trudie Styler, while they were renovating their house around the corner.
Wholly-owned by the PCL council, Westminster Builds will be delivering new homes ‘across all tenures’, along with regen projects both in the borough and across the rest of London.
Super-prime developer Northacre has sold £40m-worth of apartments since April in its first mixed-use scheme, The Broadway, which has now reached full height.
Grade I listed stonker dates back to the reign of Queen Anne and measures c.7,500 square feet.
This three-bed flat in Whitehall Court was the top-secret pied-a-terre of the first MI6 chief, Sir Mansfield Smith-Cumming.
Major-scale project is transforming the 1930s housing estate opposite Chelsea Barracks into a ‘mixed-tenure community’ with 758 new homes.
20 Old Queen Street was once home to paper tycoon Henry G. Spicer.
“The last few months have seen a marked growth in interest from increasingly focused buyers,” says the luxury property developer’s sales chief, as he reports “another landmark sale” in Westminster.
The birthplace of former British PM Lord Palmerston is one of the most historic townhouses currrently available, says Savills – and the Angelica Kauffman ceilings have to be seen to be believed…
There’s only a narrow window of opportunity to submit an application and have it determined under the existing City Plan, warn agents and architects
A unique eighth-floor apartment in a boutique development next to St James’s Park has sold during the Coronavirus lockdown, becoming the area’s most expensive one-bedroom apartment.
Giant regen project opposite Chelsea Barracks to deliver 758 new homes in ‘the biggest development of new council and affordable homes in the south of Westminster in a generation’