Queen’s Gate Place mews house among super-prime rentals

Queen’s Gate Place mews house among super-prime rentals

This South Kensington four bedroom mews house on the corner of a courtyard recently underwent a boutique-hotel-style revamp. If you’re looking for contemporary, luxury mews living in the heart of prime Central London, this rental mews property at £3,950 per week is a steal. For more information on Queen’s Gate Place read on.

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Article 50’s impact on London property market

Article 50’s impact on London property market

Estate agents share their thoughts on the impact Article 50, triggered by Theresa May, will have on the London property market. In the words of James Robinson, General Manager of Lurot Brand "we have yet to hear of any buyer, seller, landlord or tenant citing Brexit as a reason for not transacting.” For an insight on how estate agents perceive the triggering of Article 50, read on.

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Uniquely designed London new build for sale

Uniquely designed London new build for sale

Innovatively designed with aluminium panels covering large picture windows and tear-shaped perforations, this stunning freehold 700 sq.ft, unfurnished new build for sale in Ingleton Street has the ‘wow factor! In the words of Malcolm Lloyd Malcolm, Director of Sales at mews specialists Lurot Brand "it’s a self-confessed vanity project and the developer spent a lot of money making sure it was just right.” For more details of this London property, read on.

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Signs your Central London neighbourhood has ‘arrived’

Signs your Central London neighbourhood has ‘arrived’

There are several visible signs that indicate a Central London neighbourhood has ‘arrived’. In the words of Marlon Lloyd Malcolm, Director at Lurot Brand, "areas such as Chelsea, Mayfair and Knightsbridge are centrally located and easy to get in and out of by road as well as by public transport and they have renowned schools and hospitals.” For an insight into some of the factors that determine if an area or mews street can be considered a property hotspot, read on.

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Impact of stamp duty on Marylebone mews and other property

Impact of stamp duty on Marylebone mews and other property

While the property market witnessed a small uptake in sales at the end of 2016, this was despite the hike in Stamp Duty. According to James Robinson, General Manager at Lurot Brand “Eighty per cent of properties for sale in Marylebone are asking between £1m and £5m so suffer from the highest levels of stamp duty.” Read on for an insight into stamp duty in London.

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