Belgravia
Chelsea
Hampstead
Holland Park
Knightsbridge
Lancaster Gate
Mayfair
Notting Hill
Shoreditch
Soho
South Kensington
St John’s Wood

Belgravia

Belgravia is well known for the grandeur of its residential property, SW1 postcode closeby to the boutiques of Sloane Street and Knightsbridge and the recognizable tone of cream paint that dominates the area. The area is bordered by Hyde Park to the North, Grosvenor Place (which divides Belgravia from the gardens of Buckingham Palace) and […]

Chelsea

Chelsea has a unique character, combining a history of aristocractic residents and bohemian and village-like elements. The entire neighbourhood is located in The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. The area closest to Sloane Square, bordering Knightsbridge, is most desired by international investors and is well known as one of the most prime locations in […]

Hampstead

Typical to many areas in and around London, Hampstead draws its roots back to Saxon times. The name, Hampstead, can be drawn back to the Saxon words meaning, “home farm”. As London had yet to extend past its limited boundaries in the 16th century, surrounding areas were quiet farming areas and this holds true to […]

Holland Park

The beauty and benefits of living in Holland Park are obvious and it is no wonder that celebrities, including Simon Cowell, Sir Richard Branson and Michael Winner, have homes here. We also sell properties to high-flying City executives, captains of industry and foreign nationals lured by the high quality property for sale and the attractions […]

Knightsbridge

Knightsbridge typically caters to the wealthy international crowd and has had an affluent reputation since early Victorian times. Besides location, Knightsbridge is also attractive due to its diverse range of residential property; the area dominated by the Cadogan and Grosvenor Estates provides quite an extensive selection of mews cottages, modern flats and terraced houses. Knightsbridge […]

Lancaster Gate

Lancaster Gate is a mid-19th century development in the Bayswater district of west central London, immediately to the north of Kensington Gardens. It consists of two long terraces of houses overlooking the park, with a wide gap between them opening onto a square containing a church. Further terraces back onto the pair overlooking the park […]

Mayfair

Mayfair is arguably the most glamorous and exclusive district of London and is long well known for its prestige, and is notoriously the most expensive district on the English Monopoly board game.   Dukes, nobles and other royalty lived mainly in this area during Georgian times; the Queen was even born on Bruton Street in […]

Notting Hill

Notting Hill has transformed from its previous scruffy-bohemian reputation to a more than acceptable neighbourhood with lots of character. Notting Hill is renowned for its Portobello Road Market and the annual Notting Hill Carnival, the largest street festival in Europe. Antique shops, art galleries, quaint boutiques, old cinemas and one of a kind coffee shops […]

Shoreditch

Shoreditch is an area of London within the London Borough of Hackney in England. It is a built-up part of the inner city immediately to the north of the City of London, located 2.5 miles (4.0 km) east-northeast of Charing Cross.

Soho

Soho was once known as London’s “foreign” section, providing sex trade, drugs and other sinful pleasures. A few particular streets north of Shaftesbury Avenue are notorious for being especially dangerous after dark. Although this reputation still somewhat exists today, it is on a much smaller scale, and Soho has transformed into a much more respectable […]

South Kensington

South Kensington, in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, is home to a group of residents with quite an array of backgrounds; Middle-Eastern families used to dominate the area but now it is much more diverse. South Kensington is still heavily reliant on foreign investment; the French, American and the rest of the world […]

St John’s Wood

St John’s Wood is a district of north-west London, England, in the City of Westminster, and at the north-west end of Regent’s Park. It is approximately 2.5 miles north-west of Charing Cross. Once part of the Great Middlesex Forest, it was later owned by the Knights of St John of Jerusalem.   St John’s Wood […]