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Close Up: A History of South Kensington

By published on 28/07/2014  

South Kensington is a highly sought-after part of town – and no wonder. Situated within the district of Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, it contains the most unique property in the world. There are also internationally renowned museums, amazing boutiques and world-famous department stores - as well as beautiful parks such as Kensington Gardens.In briefThe original layout of South Ken

Sandersons are the estate agency of choice

By published on 16/07/2014  

Sandersons are proving we’re the estate agency of choice when it comes to providing high-quality, specialist services for big investors. A major high street bank has now approached us to advise their premier account holders regarding buy-to-let opportunities in Prime London – and we’re delighted to take them up on the offer.The bank invited Sandersons to work alongside their top
This relaxing bike-ride will take you from Ladbroke Grove (where you can pick up a Barclays Bike) to the little park – Rosmead Gardens – famous for featuring in box office hit Notting Hill, in 1999.The next stop, the Standard reports, is Holland Park and Kyoto Garden; created for the 1991 London Festival of Japan. Off to Hyde Park next and over the Serpentine Bridge.The route finishes

5 VERY cool shops in Notting Hill you MUST visit

By published on 11/07/2014  

Notting Hill attracts tourists from all over the world. And no wonder. This well-heeled part of town famed for its stunning stucco villas, also has a strong dose of ‘cool’. The lively Carnival is held in August each year (we’ll be writing about that next month) and there are many quirky shops that the area’s noted for. There’s also Portobello Market on Saturdays!Here&
Kensington and Chelsea is the UK’s priciest area, with the highest cost per square metre of £10,854.Stanley in County Durham came out bottom of all the towns surveyed in the UK – with property going for just £818 per metre squared. This means that the average price per square metre in Kensington and Chelsea is more than 13 times that in Stanley.The report shows that the top
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