Shhh!  It’s Gordon Ramsay’s TV home

Shhh! It’s Gordon Ramsay’s TV home

TV companies usually make their programmes inside a specially built studio, where they can escape noise pollution, but when they choose to film in real-life surroundings it’s not always possible to avoid intrusive sounds. That why this six-bedroom home, marketed by Lurot Brand and featured recently in ES Property News, has proved popular with film-makers. The house in Bathurst Mews (one of the London’s prettiest mews streets) is so well insulated that it has been used to record several films and TV series. Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s TV series The F Word was filmed there, and it’s rumoured that the the legendary loud-mouth was very taken with the house’s state of the art Zeyko kitchen. The house is now up for sale at £5,696,000. Shhh! Don’t tell Gordon. 

SILENCE IS GOLDEN

Cutting edge contemporary meets period charm

Cutting edge contemporary meets period charm

As part of a feature listing “Charming mews houses for sale around the UK”, Lurot Brand was asked by the property website loveproperty.com to recommend a London mews house that would appeal to discerning buyers. We selected a property that typified many of the capital’s mews houses, combining a charming, Dickensian period exterior with a stunning contemporary interior design. This delightful 3-bed South Kensington property, on the market for £5m, is ideally located within walking distance of a number of well-known London landmarks and attractions, including Hyde Park, Knightsbridge and Notting Hill. To view this and other featured properties, follow the link below.

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Nine tempting roof terraces

Nine tempting roof terraces

When Country and Town House set out to find the nine best examples of a roof terrace in the UK, they naturally asked Lurot Brand to contribute. Most mews houses have little or no ground level garden space, so many owners have created amazing outdoor rooms on the roofs of their properties, with views over the London skyline. The terrace that appears here in Country and Town House belongs to an exclusive £4.95m property in South Kensington, where the owners have installed a barbecue, jacuzzi and fire pit, together with a projector screen and some luxurious padded seating. Click to explore more stunning examples of roof terrace design including a hideaway perched on top of a Surrey mansion.

UP ON THE ROOF

Want to hang out with your neighbours?  Live in a mews

Want to hang out with your neighbours? Live in a mews

This year with the Royal Wedding, The Big Lunch and The Great Get Together Weekend, London has been hosting more street parties than ever. Our founder, Antoine Lurot, even suggested that a mews property might achieve a higher sale price if it is located in a street with a reputation for neighbourliness. “Some mews have been holding street parties for decades and a house in a pretty one like Bathurst Mews in Paddington, that is obviously loved by the owners, stands out a mile and will garner more interest, a faster sale and normally a higher price than if it wasn’t,” he says. Read on to discover how one expat oil executive found true community spirit when he moved to a mews.

As quoted in The Telegraph by Antoine Lurot

PARTY ON IN A MEWS

Where’s Notting Hill’s best architecture? The answer may surprise you

Where’s Notting Hill’s best architecture? The answer may surprise you

When Lurot Brand’s Head of Sales, Marlon Lloyd Malcolm, was recently asked to identify an up and coming London property hotspot, he waxed lyrical about the benefits of living in Westbourne Grove. According to Marlon, it’s not just the fine dining restaurants, boutique fashion shops and trendy cafes that make this area a great place to live. One of the reasons why Westbourne Grove is growing in popularity is the quality of its architecture. Marlon says that the area offers “the nicest and most interesting architecture to be found in Notting Hill.” If you’re thinking of buying or renting in Westbourne Grove, find out everything you need to know by following the link.

As quoted by Marlon Lloyd Malcolm in DBPR

WHY WESTBOURNE IS BEST