Qatari Diar’s super-prime Chelsea Barracks scheme is one of only 16 developments in the world to achieve LEED Platinum certification for green building.
In Pictures: 38 Hill Street is on the market for £35 million – with the potential to create one of London’s biggest and most valuable private residences.
Much attention has focused on the appeal of large detached houses since the onset of the pandemic, but HNW buyers also appear to be looking up in search of space. The last 12 months have seen a slew of notable penthouse deals going through across Prime Central London – smashing a fair few records in the process. Here’s PrimeResi’s pick of the bunch…
Knight Frank has managed to do £30m-worth of sales at Lodha UK’s Lincoln Square scheme in WC2 in the last year, including a super-prime penthouse deal.
Multiple buyers compete over double-fronted villa formerly owned by the American fashion mogul.
In Pictures: This immaculate 6,886 sq ft house on Lansdowne Road was the childhood home of influential politican and campaigner Clara Rackham.
In Pictures: This 5,184 sq ft Georgian townhouse on Bayswater’s “Blair Square” is “well set up for lockdown life”, says Savills.
In Pictures: PrimeResi takes a tour of the two contrasting marketing units at one of London’s most-anticipated luxury developments.
A pair of super-prime new-build glass houses in Mayfair have been rented long-term by European tenants for a combined £17,000 a week.
In spite of the most challenging conditions in living memory, high-end agents managed to transact on some landmark properties in 2020. From ultra-prime penthouses to fairytale castles; historic seats to new-build statelies, the world of luxury real estate miraculously kept on turning – although nothing came close to eclipsing the Knightsbridge mega-deal that went through at the beginning of the year. Here’s PrimeResi’s pick of the most interesting and noteworthy deals we’ve covered over last 12 extraordinary months…
If Richard Curtis made Selling Sunset…