Basement Prices? Number 16 South End, Kensington

To the outside world, number 16 South End in Kensington is a fairly unassuming property. Step inside, however, and you’ll find a stunning, tech-savvy warren of elegant modernity that James Bond himself would surely be proud of. It won’t be long before the craze for underground excavation is banned in London. We say get in while…
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House of Lush-er: Roehampton House

Grade I listed homes in London are rare. Roehampton House is a remarkable opportunity to own a real slice of history. For those who like their gaff on the heroic side, this impressive building, along with an additional two gatehouses and five garden villas, has been converted into 29 exclusive properties set within four acres…
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41 Queen’s Gate

Cramped? Outgrown your current castle and are looking for a property to house your large retinue of assistants, secretaries and semi-enslaved domestic servants? Located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s prime residential avenue, 41 Queen’s Gate offers potential buyers the chance to acquire an extremely rare to market 12-bedroom residence. The Grade II…
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Phil Spencer – How To Get The House You Want

The housing market constantly fluctuates, so when you are buying you need to work at controlling the only variables you can influence: the property you choose and the price you pay. There are plenty of tried and tested tricks to ease open the wallets of purchasers. Negotiations begin far earlier than most wholesale mlb jerseys…
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