At home with the stars

At home with the stars

Remember the Notting Hill mews house lived in by Richard E Grant’s flamboyant character in the iconic 1980s movie, Withnail and I? Now this charming, quirky property (recently renovated, and with its own roof terrace) could be yours for just £1.75m. Explore intriguing photos and full sales details here.

In Homes and Property

Withnail and you?

Boris zip-wires in to smash stamp duty

Boris zip-wires in to smash stamp duty

New PM Boris Johnson’s plans to mitigate the effects of a no-deal Brexit include taking a sledgehammer to Stamp Duty.  The Times says this move will come as part of a package of ‘aggressive tax cuts … and an assault on regulation’. Read on to learn how the changes will affect you.

In PrimeResi

Buyers’ bonus?

Renovate to max space and lure buyers

Renovate to max space and lure buyers

These days, according to our General Manager James Robinson, losing bedrooms no longer means you’ll automatically reduce your property’s value. He says a client who created a “spacious delight” by losing two bedrooms “probably added value.”  Read on to discover how you can increase space AND increase your home’s worth.

In the Times

Renovation with imagination

Hyde Park’s north side no longer hides away

Hyde Park’s north side no longer hides away

According to recent research, over the past year Hyde Park’s north side has outperformed its exclusive southern side when it comes to price growth. In this article, which first appeared in the Times, our Head of Sales Marlon Lloyd Malcolm explains what’s available in the area and reveals “the most sociable” mews in London.

in The Times

Heading north?

The elephant in the mews

The elephant in the mews

The most unusual thing ever seen in a mews property?  According to our Head of Sales, Marlon Lloyd Malcolm, it was “stable dividers for an elephant.” This odd fact came to light when Marlon was recently interviewed by the New York Times and you can discover more fascinating mews secrets here.

In the New York Times

Marvellous mews facts