After moving into the home of your dreams, you may be left with feelings of frustration due to how much of your home you need decorated and little inspiration to do the work on your own.
With hundreds of new skyscrapers in the pipeline, our capital city is reaching for the sky. When compared to the likes of Shanghai or Dubai, London’s skyline can actually seem a little shy but this is in no way an accident.
The price gap between property in London and the rest of the country has reached its widest point in history. An average home in the capital now costs more than two and a half times the price of a home elsewhere.
It is difficult not to be impressed by the quality of Computer Generated Images these days. In fact, it is often difficult to tell the difference between an utterly convincing CGI and a photograph of an actual building.
Ask people what they want from a house and the words ‘airy’ and ‘light-filled’ will inevitably crop up. Often it just takes a little imagination.
Any property’s finest features is its layout. Above all else, a home must flow very naturally, with no dead space.
Over the last 16 years, we have changed the perception of how London property should be designed. We believe the most desirable homes are those in which space and light flow seamlessly throughout.
The number of towers planned for London has increased more than 10% in the past 12 months. Underling the building boom throughout the capital, everyone is looking for new ways to cater for the 8.6 million and growing population.
Over the last 16 years, we have designed and developed over 50 London properties, the latest of which is a Belgravia Mews House short listed for Best Residential Property 2014.
Over the last 5 years, average values across Notting Hill have increased by over 40%. With forecasts suggesting a further increase of nearly 26% over the coming 5 years to 2019, there will be more and more interest in finding property in this highly desirable area of London.
They are the luxurious answer to London's shortage of space, for those who have the investment and time.
What could be 2014’s Best Residential Property; a London mews development has sold to an international buyer for nearly £7 million, designed by renowned developers Landmass.