Our property of the week feature is focusing on Mayfair, a much loved area of Central London, in the City of Westminster. The area is built up of a mixture commercial and residential properties, exclusive shops and restaurants, as well as some of London’s finest five star hotels.
With the sporting tournament of the year kicking off this week, and the first England game looming, we’ve also come down with the football fever!
According to the CML (Council of Mortgage Lenders), more first-time buyers got a foot on the property ladder last year than at any time since the financial crisis began.
On 14th September 2012 Countrywide Property Auctions will be holding an auction sale featuring properties located in the Greater London, East Anglia and the South.
As such a large, diverse and colourful city, it is impossible to sum London up with a few comments and stats, so we would be fools to try. Instead we are focusing on the heart of London itself – the square mile known as ‘the City’.
Situated in the affluent county of Surrey, in the heart of the commuter belt, it is no wonder Epsom is a popular place to live. Sitting at around £345,000, average house prices in Epsom and Ewell reflect the premium charged for living in such a desirable location.
Last week saw the brand new series of Location, Location, Location. In the episode the nation’s favourite house hunting detectives were on the trail to find a cruise ship couple a home in Beckenham.
It may have a £17.5 million pound price tag but with its prestigious Eaton Square location and enchanting interior, this outstanding 3 floored property has got to be one of the most glamorous apartments in the whole of the UK.