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The home with the roof lantern.




West Hill Road, SW18 • Generous family space throughout with magnificent master bedroom • Attractive southerly facing garden with a terrace area • Direct access to a tennis club with a share of freehold

West Hill Road is an attractive residential road convenient for both East Putney and Southfields District Line Tube stations and local shops.

Our Wimbledon expert, Dominic Pasqua, looks forward to helping you. dominic.pasqua@knightfrank.com 020 8115 9703 07795 454022

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The city living apartment.




Riverlight Quay, Battersea Park SW11 • Undisturbed views of the River Thames and into the City • Surrounded by private gardens and water features • Residents benefit from use of the leisure facilities and secure parking Riverlight is located in the heart of Nine Elms with easy access to Vauxhall station for National Rail and Victoria Line. Also close by will be the new tube at Battersea Power Station, due for completion in 2020. All times and distances are approximate.

Our Riverside expert, Matt Smith, looks forward to helping you. matt.smith@knightfrank.com 020 3597 7683 07825 402 464

knightfrank.co.uk Guide price £1,495,000 Leasehold: approximately 992 years remaining

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Severus Road, SW11 £450 per week An exceptional two bedroom ground floor, garden flat close to Clapham Junction. The flat has a bright reception room, separate kitchen, a dining room, two double bedrooms, one bathroom and a garden. EPC – E. Battersea Office 020 7978 4404

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Balham High Road, SW12 £365 per week A newly built one double bedroom flat close to transport and local amenities in Balham. The flat has a large open plan kitchen reception room with wood floors, one large double bedroom and one modern bathroom. EPC – B. Balham Office 020 8675 5050

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15 NEWS & VIEWS 10 Home Front. Jenny Knight considers the squeeze on landlords 10 River Residence. A spacious, light-filled penthouse overlooking Barnes 11 The Word. Marc Wiehe sends news from the coal face of estate agency 18 Heads-up. Wandsworth goes greener, the consequences of stamp duty increases and clocking up 50 years 19 Word on the Street. As the interest rate rises to its highest since 2009, what does this mean for the housing market?

52 What’s On – the best things to do around SOUTH


87 Diary of an Estate Agent. Jane Robathan of Roy Brooks


SOUTH Loves. Our wish list

24 The Trend. Take a seat! 25 So SOUTH. A German designer side table 26 Growing Concerns. Gardening and gardens 27 Pick of the Paperbacks. Six of the best 30 Design News. An unmissable show and seeing the light without the heat

20 Secret Agent. Jack Alisiroglu of Knight Frank Battersea revealed


50 Money Matters. Borrowers could be released from 2014’s stricter mortgage rules, says Duncan Farmer

11 Out Of Town Buy. A home in a Victorian covent conversion in Haywards Heath

38 15 South West London. A stylish house in the Toast Rack 22 Home Compare. School’s out!

35 EXCLUSIVE. Four properties set to impress 43 NEW HOMES. Green light for Octagon’s West Byfleet development and new homes in Elephant and Castle and on the Greenwich Peninsula 60 South West London. Desirable houses in Streatham, Putney, and Southfields

92 South East London. Exceptional family homes in Sydenham and Dulwich 96 Luxe Lettings. Perfect family living overlooking Bishops Park in Fulham 97 Lettings. Desirable rentals Between The Commons and in Putney 98 Super Prime Lets. An immaculately presented six bedroom house in the heart of Clapham Old Town

COUNTRY 100 A 17th century farmhouse ideal for commuters

61 Robert Holmes Wimbledon. An attractively presented three-bedroom apartment in the heart of the village

102 A superb Grade II star listed house in Northamptonshire

65 Robert Holmes Coombe. A contemporary family home with every modern convenience

113 Last Word. Diana Wormal, Partner at Knight Frank Wimbledon has the final say


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SOUTH LOVES... SEEIT. SHOPIT. DOIT. ONTHEEDGE Taking inspiration from modern terrariums (or even Crittal doors?) with a unique angular shape emphasised by metallic edges, Root7’s Geo Glass is made of a thick handblown glass which gives it a weighty feel while the lip has been crafted to provide a satisfying drinking experience. Perfect for your favourite tipple or for displaying a shapely succulent. Available in black or gold, prices start from £12. www.root7.com


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A vivid blend of history and fiction which tells the story of a house in London’s Little Chelsea – the house where author Clare Hastings now lives – and its past inhabitants from 1873 to the 1920s the book. Using the census records, Clare found out the names and occupations of the previous residents who ranged from bodice-makers by way of booksellers (and a bigamist) to a glamorous Irish barrister and fills out these bare bones to tell their stories and the history of the house. The House in Little Chelsea by Clare by Clare Hastings, £12.99, Pimpernel Press


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BODYOFWORK Ribera: Art of Viloence is the first UK show of work by the Spanish Baroque artist and printmaker, Jusepe de Ribera (1591-1652), bringing together his most sensational, shocking and masterfully composed work – set to challenge visitors to look beyond the challenging imagery. From September 26 until January. www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk

PRINTS CHARMING Natalie Manima grew up surrounded by vibrant Ghanaian print and colour which has inspired her to create Bespoke Binny – a collection of handmade homeware and gift items made from West African cloth. Orange and yellow record print double duvet cover and matching pillows, made to order, £69.99. www.bespokebinny.com

SEASONING Get ready for those cosy nights in to come with The Late Summer wall mural from Wallsauce. Offering muted colours and texture, this high quality wallpaper is custom made to your dimensions. You simply select the wall mural scene you like best, add your dimensions (you can crop the image to fit) and choose either ready pasted wallpaper or self-adhesive. From £30 per square metre. www.wallsauce.com


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ar from being grateful the government has been putting the squeeze on these landlords for years now. From an extra 3% stamp duty for buyers of second homes to the phasing out of mortgage interest tax relief, to fines of up to £4,000 for landlords who let out properties that do not meet the energy-efficiency rules, the buy-to-let landlord is staggering under the blows. The latest problem the landlords face is the plan to introduce mandatory three year tenancies. The aim is to give tenants more security and let them put down roots in an area. Clearly this is desirable – especially with school age children who may be forced to keep moving schools if their parents have to rent a series of short lets. However, the plan may well force more landlords out of the market because most mortgage lenders don’t allow longer tenancies because they make it more difficult to repossess the house if the landlord stops paying the mortgage.

The three-year plan has been put out to consultation and while they may be welcomed by tenants many landlords see them as the latest blow to a sector already punch-drunk from recent changes. Already the Tenants Fees Bill is on its way, capping deposits at six weeks’ rent and banning letting fees for tenants – meaning the letting agents will have to make landlords pay all their costs. Surprise, surprise, most landlords will seek to pass this extra cost onto tenants by hiking rents. There is evidence that fewer buyto-let landlords are entering the market, with lending for such home purchases falling by more than 12% in the last year. Perhaps the answer is for the government to supply the cash for councils and housing associations to build new homes to supply sufficient social housing instead of expecting the private sector to sort the problems out for them. One thing is for sure, making life more difficult for the private landlord is not helping anyone.


Guide price £500,000, hamptons.co.uk

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There isn’t enough social housing in the UK to satisfy the need – so the buy to let landlord has stepped in to make a profit but also to mop up the shortfall, says Jenny Knight

n the market for the first time in more than 50 years is the home of one of Britain’s most famous inventors, Trevor Baylis CBE. The house, where he created his world-famous wind-up radio, may be a bit tired and in need of knocking down but the plot is on one of most stunning stretches of the River Thames and comes with its own 21ft mooring. It’s on the traffic-free Eel Pie Island, home to creative types and boat builders – a mecca for musicians in the ‘60s, accessible by footbridge and a short walk to Twickenham Station with a 23-minute journey to Waterloo.



his two storey penthouse’s chief draw is its openplan kitchen and living room, with a double-height ceiling and large windows that flood it with light. Patio doors lead onto a large roof terrace overlooking Barnes and Harrods Village. The apartment – just a short hop from the river and Barnes wetland centre – is capped by a loft bedroom spanning the width of the building. The penthouse, occupying the entire top floor of an attractive mansion block, has five double bedrooms in all with two bathrooms. There is also direct access to the shared garden. The property is located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, and is moments from Castelnau, the River Thames and transport links at Hammersmith. It comes with pedigree too – former owners include a well-known author and an Olympic Gold Medallist. Arundel Terrace, Barnes, £1.5m, Urban Spaces 020 7251 4000 www.urbanspaces.co.uk


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THE WORD Marc Wiehe, Director Winkworth Streatham, considers the current difficult conditions for selling and letting


he news from the coal face of estate agency is that 2018 has so far been one of the most difficult markets to work in and does not show any signs of letting up any time soon. The confusion and mis-matched expectations of buyers and sellers has been tricky to unpick. The sales market is continuing to limp along with a very low level of transactions as it has been hit by a succession of external factors from Stamp Duty changes, low expectations of a satisfactory resolution to Brexit and now the prospect of increased interest rates. It does seems that vendors are finally realising that all is not well and are hopefully no longer convinced by the ever higher pricing model proposed by some inexperienced agents who then lock down a long contract and then promptly work their hardest to reverse the price they just quoted as if some shock has just happened since the ink dried... Those who are readjusting their expectations from the outset of the process are the ones who are transacting. There are plenty of good buyers who are currently active in this market and sellers will need to work hard to present their properties in the best viewing condition and still be prepared to have a serious conversation when offers are presented. “Shabby chic” was a feature of the hot market in the nineties and noughties – it does not cut the mustard any more. The younger buyers who are looking for a first home are raised on a diet of Instagram perfection and are much more likely to offer on something in excellent condition rather than contemplate a project unless they have a lot of imagination and deep pockets (they generally don’t!). Family house buyers will often take more of a view as they are


Just 4 remaining – from £750,000 A stunning conversion of a former Victorian convent in Haywards Heath, West Sussex into just 8 beautiful homes with allocated parking, garages, private gardens and a share of the communal grounds and ancient woodland which total 9 acres within this gated complex on the edge of town close to woodland, Beech Hurst Gardens and within a 15-minute walk of the town centre and railway station (London Bridge/Victoria 45 mins, Gatwick airport 15 mins, Brighton 20 mins).

focused on factors such as schools and larger gardens, but they too will heavily resist the so-so presentation offered at top dollar which was a feature of the booming market of years gone by. In the lettings market there is a fast draining pool of rental properties available Mansell McTaggart 01444 456431 and an increased supply of applicants looking particularly for good-value, one and two bedroom flats. Landlords that are keeping their nerve in the face of tougher tax restrictions will be benefitting from buoyant rental prices and short Vinoteca void periods throughout the Italiana rest of the year. 1-3 Bridge House Streatham and Brixton Beeches Avenue are now very much Carshalton Beeches SE22 8HX www.vinoteca-italiana.co.uk in the sights of the family rental Where? In the quiet leafy suburb of market, too. as Carshalton Beeches, between Wallington and Carshalton. Nearest station is these areas have Carshalton Beeches. done a lot to address the What’s it like? If you fancy the best pizza outside Italy, this is the place to go. With a lack of facilities pizza oven in the restaurant, they make the of the past. best, the thinnest and tastiest pizzas ever. It’s a Blessed with real local Italian restaurant, buzzing with locals several large oh and by the way they also make the best parks, good Aperol spritzers around too! You have to book as its always busy but even if you have to travel and improving a bit to get there, it’s never disappointing and schools and always fun. It’s a great way to unwind after a upgraded stressful day. leisure centres And the food? Apart from their pizza, their combined with a pasta is excellent as well. I could sing shift in attitudes praise about this restaurant till the cows and relocation of Wendy Peterman come home but you have to make businesses and Managing Director your own opinion. Give it a try! They have now also opened a deli next Petermans employment south door, so you can also buy the of the river will ensure delicious olives, hams and continued growth in cheeses locally. values.



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The house with the private patio.




Candahar Road, London SW11 • Situated in the very popular 'Little India' • Beautifully presented and fully extended • Bay fronted double reception room with original Victorian features Little India is a coveted area of Battersea located between Battersea Park, Clapham and the River Thames. These large Victorian houses are perfect for families and commuters, set on quiet residential streets only 0.3 miles from Clapham Junction. Battersea is home to plenty of fantastic highly rated schools, including Thomas' Battersea and Newton Prep. (All times and distances are approximate)

Guide price £1,150,000 Freehold

Our Battersea expert, Kris Ericsson, looks forward to helping you. kris.ericsson@knightfrank.com 020 3641 5936 07717 346 334

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The flat with the roof terrace.




Lindore Road, Wandsworth SW11 • A generous flat ideally located Between the Commons • Arranged across the upper two floors of a handsome mid-terraced, period property • The flat has been recently redeveloped by the current owner Lindore Road is extremely well located between Clapham and Wandsworth Commons and close to a host of Outstanding Ofsted rated schools all within easy walking distance. The fashionable Northcote Road and Battersea Rise offer a wonderful selection of shops, bars and restaurants.

Guide price £920,000 Share of freehold

Our Wandsworth expert, Toby Turnage, looks forward to helping you. toby.turnage@knightfrank.com 020 8682 7775 07468 727 540

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The ideal turn-key apartment.




Globe View House, SE1 • A light and modern split level apartment • Spacious master bedroom with en suite bathroom • Two balconies and access to communal roof gardens Situated in the heart of Southbank, the apartment is within close proximity to great transport links, restaurants, bars and cafes.

Our Tower Bridge expert, Daniel Woods, looks forward to helping you. daniel.woods@knightfrank.com 020 77680807 07971 061036

knightfrank.co.uk Guide price £850,000 Leasehold

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OVERLOOKING THECOMMON Located on the much sought after Toast Rack, this five to six bedroom house offers unbroken views of Wandsworth Common


t has been refurbished to a high standard to create a stylish home with wonderful views of open spaces as well as a sizeable south-facing garden. The house offers well balanced family accommodation with generous living and entertaining space in a quiet no-through road. The front of the house looks directly out over the common and has an elegant, bay-fronted, formal drawing room which flows into the kitchen/ dining space at the rear of the property. The contemporary kitchen, that overlooks the lovely garden, offers an extensive range of floor-to-ceiling cupboards and handle-less units complete with fully integrated appliances and a large central island/breakfast bar. Bi-folding doors open onto a terrace. There is also a downstairs cloakroom and coat room. The lower ground floor contains a large cinema/media room, a

fully fitted utility room/kitchenette, shower room and downstairs cloakroom making it ideal for an au pair/nanny. Upstairs there is a fantastic master suite with fully fitted dressing rooms and a luxurious en suite bathroom with standalone bath and frameless glass shower. The guest double with its stylish shower room is located to the rear. On the top floor are another three double bedrooms and two bathrooms. Dorlcote Road is only a short walk to the shops and restaurants of Bellevue Road. There are good transport links both by bus on Trinity Road and train from Wandsworth Common Station with frequent trains to Victoria. The area is also extremely well served by both private and state schools.

Dorlcote Road is only a short walk to the shops and restaurants of Bellevue Road

Dorlcote Road, Wandsworth, SW18, ÂŁ3,150,000, Knight Frank 0208 682 7768


Properties to call home

Flagstaff House, SW8 Reception room, kitchen, master bedroom suite, further bedroom, further bathroom, 24 hour security/concierge service, panoramic city views, 102 sq m (1,092 sq ft), EPC=C

Guide ÂŁ1.15 million | Leasehold Approximately 984 yrs remaining

Holden Street, SW11 Double reception room, kitchen, study, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath/shower rooms, garden, 117 sq m (1,260 sq ft), EPC=C

Guide ÂŁ975,000 | Freehold

Talk to us today Fran Moynihan Savills Waterfront 020 3430 6880 fmoynihan@savills.com

Adam Dryden-Peck Savills Battersea Park 020 3402 1900 adpeck@savills.com

Drew Zendra Savills Northcote Road 020 3428 2222 dzendra@savills.com

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Savills Battersea Park

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Savills Battersea Bridge

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Battersea Square, SW11 Open-plan kitchen/reception room, master bedroom suite with dressing room, further bedroom, further family bathroom, terrace, 67 sq m (721 sq ft), EPC=D

Guide ÂŁ850,000 | Leasehold Approximately 114 yrs remaining

Tregarvon Road, SW11 Open-plan kitchen/reception room, master bedroom suite, further bedroom, further bathroom, dressing room, west facing garden, 77 sq m (833 sq ft), EPC=C

Guide ÂŁ775,000 | Share of Freehold

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HEADS-UP FIFTYNOT OUT Geoffrey Hunt, branch partner at Barnard Marcus in East Sheen, celebrated 50 years with the business in August. Staff and clients past and present joined Geoff at a surprise party to pay tribute to his long service. He started his career in estate agency back in 1968, as a junior negotiator in the Barnes branch where he swiftly rose through the ranks to become branch manager, before joining the East Sheen office in 1986 where he has been serving buyers and sellers ever since.

BROWNED OFF While the weather has been wearing many of us down, the artificial grass companies have been rubbing their hands with glee. As lawns up and down the country are looking scorched and brown, LazyLawn has seen a 30% increase in enquiries during July compared with last year, as people look for an alternative way to keep their gardens green. A spokesman says: “The company has been inundated with people wanting to swap their dead lawns for the sunshine-proof LazyLawn. With the continued dry spells triggering the risk of a hosepipe ban, more and more people are realising the benefits of artificial grass over natural turf.”

OWNGOAL The Government seems to have achieved an own goal with the raised rates of stamp duty. The latest statistics show that stamp duty tax receipts are down in the second quarter of this year compared with the same time last year. Tax receipts have dropped by 13.8% – by £317 million. This means that receipts are no greater than three years ago despite stamp duty going up from 7% to 12% on top value homes and the introduction of an extra 3% for people buying a second home. A large part of the lower tax take is because of a fall in transactions – but how much that fall is due to the increased tax is anyone’s guess. Certainly while people don’t mind so much borrowing to

buy their own asset – money which they hope to get back when they sell – they don’t want to borrow money to pay over in tax, with no hope of ever recovering that layout. The figures come from HMRC’s quarterly statistics and have been analized by LCP. They show that receipts from the second home 3% tax have fallen by 21.9% from their peak and that transactions fell by 12%. Some 52,4000 buyers claimed first time buyers relief in the second quarter of this year – but that didn’t help Londoners much because there are so few home available in London that come in under the cut off price. Naomi Heaton, CEO of London Central Portfolio (LCP), Residential Investments Specialists, says: “The fall in transactions UK wide recorded by Land Registry and reported by LCP in its monthly residential index, is now also reflected in HMRC’s Quarterly Stamp Duty Statistics. This must be of increasing concern to the Exchequer. Despite the introduction of a slew of residential taxes, the tax take for the Revenue appears to be tailing off, with a fall of almost a third of a billion pounds this quarter compared with last year. “The cooling of prices as a result of these taxes, particularly amongst high value properties, has not resulted in increased buying activity. Whilst greater affordability may benefit first time buyers and second steppers, it also disincentivises sellers who are not motivated to move if they see the value of their home decline.”

TOPHOLE The Mizen Group and St Mark Homes held a topping out ceremony of the Mizen Tower at the 14-storey building in Gwynne Road, Battersea. The building will comprise 34 one, two and three bedroom flats above basement, ground and mezzanine level offices. The award-winning design was undertaken by Wimshurst Pelleretti Architects and the development is expected to be completed in late 2018/early 2019. Sales are expected to launch later this year through Savills with the opening of a show home, with air conditioning and sprinklers being provided as standard. Prices expected to start from £465,000. Gwynne Road, Battersea, https://mizen.co.uk/


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WORD ON THE STREET As the interest rate rises to its highest since 2009, what does this mean for the housing market?

GREENSHOOTS The first new park since the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at Stratford opened after the Games in 2014 is due to open in Wandsworth on the site of the former Springfield mental health hospital in Tooting. Springfield Park will occupy almost half of the hospital grounds and

include a café, events pavilion, two playgrounds and a rose garden. Construction of the 32-acre park and is expected to start by the end of the year alongside 900 new homes, offices and a state-of-the-art mental health centre on the 81-acre site.


With the acute shortage of property in the UK, the fact that interest rates have risen again should not be too much of an issue. We have to remember that even at the current level of 0.75% we are still better off than 2009 when the interest rate was 1%. Take into account the slight decline in property prices and the variety of mortgages available these day, not to mention the government’s offer to help first time buyers and I do believe that the market will remain strong, albeit slightly adjusted, for the current economic climate. The fact of the matter is that whatever happens, the UK still has a love of property and will always aspire to be home owners.


LIGHTFANTASTIC A new study reveals that natural light is the key to homeowner happiness, with 70% of Brits claiming it improves their mood and wellbeing all year round. The survey of over 2,000 homeowners by aluminium glazing specialists Express Bi-folding Doors found that 84% value natural light when buying their dream property, with homeowners in gloomy old Edinburgh (91%) seeing it as being the most vital.

The immediate impact on mortgaged households is limited. 62% of mortgaged homeowners are on a fixed rate – a preference that has become ever stronger with the prospect of rising interest rates. Over 90% of new mortgage lending in the first quarter of 2018 was on fixed rates. We estimate the cost increase of a 0.25% rate rise across all mortgaged homeowners will be just £6 per year on average. Longer term, as fixed-rate mortgagees reach the end of their terms, they would also be subject to higher interest costs. Once the rate rise filters through to all mortgaged homeowners, we estimate average mortgage costs will rise by £137 per year.


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Name Jack Alisiroglu Estate Agent Knight Frank, Battersea & Nine Elms Position Lettings Manager Where do you live? Kingston upon Thames What and where was your first London home? It’s where I am currently living! I bought my first property in April 2017 – a 500sq ft, one bedroom conversion apartment located on the top floor of an attractive period building moments from the River Thames Favourite open space in London? That’s a tough one. I’m inclined to say either Battersea Park or Bushy Park What do you consider your greatest achievement? Becoming a Lettings Manager for Knight Frank at the age of 25 Tell us something that would surprise people about you. Despite my lean build I eat – a lot Aside from property what’s your most expensive purchase? My first car Favourite book, film or album now? Game of Thrones What did you want to be when you were growing up? Either a footballer or stockbroker What three things would take to a desert island? Sunglasses, a decent book and a lilo What is your most treasured possession? I do not have one! What is top of your bucket list? To see all of the seven new wonders of the world Who would you like to stuck in a lift with? Tom Hanks What is your guiltiest pleasure? Having a barbecue with family and friends in the sun


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Wimbledon, SW19 Guide price: £4,250,000 STC 7 Bedrooms 4 Reception Rooms A fabulous opportunity to acquire a beautifully appointed family home located in a most secluded location adjacent to Cannizaro Park and Wimbledon Common. This spacious house was built thirty years ago and has been well maintained by the current owner. The accommodation, arranged over three floors offers seven bedrooms, four bathrooms and excellent entertaining rooms plus two garages and a wraparound garden. EPC: D

Coombe, KT2 Guide price: £2,650,000 STC Rental: £6,500 PCM We are delighted to offer this well presented six bedroom detached house boasting spacious lateral accommodation comprising large entrance hall, triple reception rooms with doors to the rear garden, a kitchen/breakfast room with adjacent utility room, six bedrooms and four bathrooms. The property boasts a sweeping driveway providing off street parking for several cars, a double garage and a South-west facing garden. EPC: D

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School’s out!

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Dating back to the early 1600s, Grade II* Listed Eagle House in Wimbledon Village has been transformed many times by previous owners. For 100 years during the 18th and 19th centuries it was a school. Octagon’s award-winning Bespoke team have spent 4 years bringing the historic building back to life, transforming it into 8 luxury apartments, 7 of which are available to purchase. www.octagon.co.uk or call 020 8481 7500

From £595,000

370 Old York Road SW18 1SP telephone 020 8480 4444 email wandsworth@first-union.co.uk


Built in 1841, The Old Blue School is Grade II listed and just a few yards from the Thames. The impressive former school has been meticulously and thoughtfully converted into six, two and three bedroom apartments with oak parquet flooring, luxury bathrooms and beautifully equipped kitchens while retaining many original features. Four apartments remain to be sold. Chase Buchanan 020 8744 2434

Guide price £699,950

Just wanted to say a huge thanks to Yaz for helping find a place for us! We really appreciated her manner and professionalism! B and K July 2018


Situated in the heart of Wokingham, Ludgrove Cottage is one of four converted from the old school and is finished to a high standard throughout. The property offers well-planned living accommodation, including a 29ft living room with feature fireplace and a log burning stove, a luxury kitchen/breakfast room and three double bedrooms plus a landscaped private garden. Richard Worth 0118 443 0090



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ecause every tree is different, every Stomp table is a real one of a kind. The heavyweight,10cm thick, tabletops contrast with the slender legs which are also available in branch shapes, on request. Two designers Hoffmann and Kahleyss are responsible for the table by einrichten-design.de which was founded in 1999. The company which has a passion for beautiful design and innovative products is based in Wurzburg in northern Bavaria, Germany but all products are shipped globally. Stomp BC 05 side table, £520. www.einrichten-design.de

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HELPAHEDGEHOG T he Hedgehog Street team – run by wildlife charities the British Hedgehog Preservation Society and People’s Trust for Endangered Species – is urging people to help hedgehogs by building them the perfect home, providing a safe haven that’s cool, cosy and comfortable. Last year, Hedgehog Street launched the first Hedgehog Housing Census, looking at when hedgehogs use homemade or artificial hedgehog houses in gardens across Britain. Between August and October 2017, over 5,000 people responded and now the secrets behind what makes a perfect hedgehog home have been revealed. The results, analysed by the University of Reading, show that: Hedgehogs prefer their own homemade houses, but artificial houses can be a good alternative. They need time to get used to a new house before they use it. Feeding hedgehogs and putting water in the garden while providing bedding such as dry leaves or pet straw increases the chances of a resident hedgehog moving in.  They prefer back gardens and shaded areas and tend not to be put off by household pets.  The ideal foods are any meat based cat or dog wet food (not dry food), Spikes or similar hedgehog food, sunflower seeds, nuts and suet pellets with insects. Please don’t feed with bread or milk or fish flavoured food and restrict mealworms because they are not nutritious enough to maintain bone health.  To download a PDF with simple instructions on how to build two different types of hedgehog house, visit:www. hedgehogstreet.org/housingcensus. Interestingly, the results also showed that houses positioned within five metres of the homeowners’ house are most frequently used, showing hedgehogs have become accustomed to human activity. 

Emily Wilson for Hedgehog Street explains: “Until now we didn’t know what type of hedgehog house was best for hedgehogs. These results tell us that hedgehog houses are helping ‘hogs find a place to rest, hibernate and even breed. We can use these results to help conserve these animals and give the most accurate advice to anyone wanting to provide shelter for wild hedgehogs through our Hedgehog Street campaign.” Emily continues: “Hedgehogs seem to prefer houses that have been in a garden for some time, but we hope that people won’t be disheartened if they have a newer hedgehog house, it just means hedgehogs need a little time to get used to it. If hedgehogs are provided with food and water in the garden, especially during hot weather, and the correct bedding in the house, this encourages hedgehogs and they could become regular nighttime visitors.” The State of Britain’s Hedgehogs 2018, found that hedgehogs in rural areas are in severe decline, with numbers plummeting by half since the millennium. The report showed a more positive outlook for hedgehogs in our towns and cities: although the species has declined by a third in urban areas since 2000, the rate of decline is slowing. Hedgehogs are not disappearing from urban green spaces as rapidly as they were 15 years ago and might even be returning. Where they are found, numbers too, appear to be growing in some places. The decline in UK hedgehog numbers are thought to be associated with the loss of hedgerows and permanent grasslands; the intensification of agriculture and larger field sizes; and the use of pesticides which reduce the amount of prey available. Urban and suburban areas are increasingly important but the move towards tidy, sterile gardens isolated from one another by strong fencing does not help. 


lantlife’s Great British Wildflower Hunt aims to keep track on the health and whereabouts of the UK’s wildflowers. Last year, from the Channel Islands to the Orkney Islands, more than 15,200 wild flowers were spotted by the British public. About 15% of plant hunters started out saying they couldn’t name any wildflowers and were ‘unsure’ of their identification abilities but they went onto complete the hunt. At the other end of the scale, 13 of the hunters scored a full house, finding all the species on their spotter sheets. Join by registering and, using free spotter sheets, see what wildflowers you can find, hunting alone or with family, friends, classmates or club. While you are doing that why not also support Plant Life’s call for flower-rich road urges by clicking on http://www. plantlife.org.uk/roadvergecampaign

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PHEWWHAT ASCORCHER After a sweltering summer the Royal Horticultural Society and Cranfield University are to recruit and train the UK’s first garden water scientist. The new role aims to help prepare the country’s 27million gardeners for extreme weather with periods of drought and flood. The scientist will explore ways to improve water provision in gardens using new technologies and to encourage new behaviours in gardeners. The water scientist will be based at RHS Garden Wisley where a new Centre for Horticultural Science and Learning will open in 2020.


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PICKOFTHE PAPERBACKS BOOKOFTHEMONTH LONDON RULES BY MICK HERRON JOHN MURRAY £8.99 The fifth in the brilliant series about the Secret Service – but not the one we know from other spy novels. In this one office life is much the same as elsewhere with back-biting, incompetence, the promotion of idiots and the demotion of anyone with any sense.  The London Rules are watch your back – expressed less politely.  In this book with its witty prose and comic outlook a terrorist plot is foiled by our protectors at Slough House, despite their struggles with personal problems, addictions and the suspicion that their newest colleague is a psychopath.

THE MISSING GIRL BY JENNY QUINTANA PAN MACMILLAN £7.99 A riveting debut novel about the relationships between sisters. It’s been 30 years since Anna’s older sister disappeared, but Anna has never stopped missing her. When her beautiful older sister goes missing as a teenager, Anna copes by disappearing too, just as soon as she can: moving as far away from her family and childhood village as possible, and building a life for herself abroad – away from the memories. Thirty years on, her mother’s death forces Anna to return home and whilst sorting through her mother’s possessions, she begins to confront not only her mother’s death, but also the huge hole Gabriella’s disappearance left in her life. The urge to discover what happened to her adored sister is reignited – and she finally allows herself to ask the question she hasn’t faced for years: what really happened to my sister? With that question comes the revelation that her biggest fear isn’t discovering the worst; it is never knowing the answer. But is it too late for Anna to uncover the truth about Gabriella’s disappearance? A NECESSARY EVIL BY ABIR MUCKHERJEE VINTAGE £8.99 It is India in 1920 and Captain Sam Wyndham is visiting the kingdom of Sambalpore, home to diamond mines and the beautiful Palace of the Sun. But when the Maharaja’s eldest son is assassinated, Wyndham realises that the realm is riven with conflict. Prince Adhir was unpopular with religious groups, while his brother – now in line to the throne – appears to be a feckless playboy. As Wyndham and Sergeant ‘Surrender-not’ Banerjee of the Calcutta Police investigate the dramatic assassination of the Maharaja’s son they become entangled in a dangerous world. They must find the murderer, before the murderer finds them.

HOME FIRE BY KAMILA SHAMSIE BLOOMSBURY £8.99 The winner of Winner of the Women’s Prize for Fiction 2018 and shortlisted for the 2017 Costa Book Awards, this is the literary must-read of the summer. It is a family torn apart by politics and how two British Muslim families have differing ideas about their loyalty to the state and how an immigrant family must pit love for the family against loyalty to their new home, with devastating consequences. HEATWAVE BY PENELOPE LIVELY PENGUIN MODERN CLASSICS £8.99 This moving portrayal of a fragile family damaged by adultery is about the lengths a mother will go to to protect her beloved daughter. Pauline is spending the summer at World’s End, a cottage in the middle of England. This year the nearby cottage is occupied by her daughter Teresa, her husband Maurice and baby Luke. As the hot summer heat mounts Maurice grows more obsessed with the book he is writing – and with his female copy editor. Pauline watches in dismay and fury as her daughter repeats her own mistakes in love. Will Pauline do more than just watch? The heat and tension lead up to a startling and violent climax. 

FACTUAL PAPERBACKPICK TRAVELLERS IN THE THIRD REICH, THE RISE OF FASCISM THROUGH THE EYES OF EVERYDAY PEOPLE BY JULIA BOYD ELLIOT THOMPSON £10.99 Back in the 1930s Germany was a favourite tourist spot for Americans and British, drawn by the lovely countryside and sexual freedom. Some were great fans of Hitler and admired the healthy happy youngsters, a few saw the sinister side, but the interest in this book is how, without the benefit of hindsight, many visitors including academics, students and politicians were convinced that the Nazis were creating a utopia. For example, Lloyd George in late 1936, saw Hitler as: “a dauntless heart – the George Washington of Germany”. Drawing on first hand accounts this book presents a multitude of voices to create a three-dimensional picture of Germany under Hitler. In collaboration with Waterstones Clapham Junction


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ust a step across the river, the 100% Design show is a must visit for all those interested in design, style and making their own home sizzle with good taste. The show is held at Olympia from September 19-22, and will feature innovation and emerging talent in London. It will feature new projects alongside inspiring collaborations and new products. The show will be at the heart of the newly-launched West Kensington Design District, which will be brought to life by leading designers, cultural happenings and must-see events. 100% Design will also launch a number of new initiatives including 100% Futures – a curated exhibition presenting 20 new and exciting names in design

his sweltering summer has made people rethink vast areas of glass – expect for those who have benefited from new advances in glazing that reduces heat. Kaap Studio Architects are using large elevations of glass to create contemporary designs, with the addition of solar control glass – a coating that reduces short wave radiation that travels through the glass, keeping the house cool inside. A glass box extension has been created to give a dark end terrace London house extra space and light that saw the installation of a structural glass roof, an aluminium casement door, Keller minimal windows sliding doors and frameless glass balustrades. This glass box extension was on the ground floor of the property with a basement level below. Due to this level change, frameless glass balustrades were installed adjoining the internal side of the sliding doors, which provided a safety barrier when the sliding doors were open and the views into the garden were not compromised. Contemporary glazing has transformed the terraced house with a balcony style extension in glass. Using glass as a building material not only allows light to flood into the building but it also connects owners with their outdoor space to provide that desirable indoor-outdoor living environment. Using vast amounts of glass within property developments and renovations has also been scientifically proven to promote the health and well-being of the occupants, due to the increase of natural light that brightens internal spaces. Sliding glass doors are an excellent way of restyling the traditional conservatory, because hey have the ability to completely open the walls of the ‘glass box’. In the picture Keller minimal windows sliding doors were used because they have an incredibly thin vertical sight-line, which doesn’t interrupt the views out into the garden when the doors are closed. IQ Class UK which was used has grown from a small commercial glazing company back in the 1990s, cutting its teeth on highly technical façade and structural glazing projects whilst maturing into its current status as the UK’s largest specialist residential glazing company. The 20,000 sq ft showroom is open Monday to Saturday by appointment only, where you can visit the largest architectural glazing showroom in the UK. www.iqglassuk.com

with products based around the future of city living. There will be product launches from some of the most forward-thinking brands in design as well as innovative projects from the likes of Tesla and Philippe Starck.


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This enchantingly lovely, late Victorian home has five-double bedrooms, a kitchen/diner, a sitting room, two bathrooms, a shower room, heaps of storage and a walk-in cellar. Find it on a magical no-through street at One Tree Hill.


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HANDSOME HOUSE A very handsome, double fronted, detached period house in a prized location, which has been the subject of an imaginative and no-expense-spared refurbishment and upgrade in recent years


riginating from the time of William IV and with later period additions, Scarth House is situated on a private, tree-lined avenue. At garden level, the designer kitchen/ breakfast/family room is light and spacious. It provides direct access to the wonderful 110ft, west-facing walled garden, with its handsome pavilion. Another reception room serves as a TV/ family room and also gives direct access onto the garden. There is both a garage and utility room, with side access. At raised ground level, there are two elegant formal reception rooms, leading off the reception hall.  The ceilings are unusually high, giving a fabulous quality of light and the reception rooms have beautiful features and fireplaces. These formal reception rooms are both dual aspect and the large windows give fine views over the garden to rear and tree lined Putney Park Avenue to the front. The elegant drawing room also has French doors leading out onto a west-

facing balcony, which is a lovely feature, giving a fine view over the garden and beyond. The first floor is given over, in its entirety, to a fabulous principal bedroom suite and a further small, cosy, study to the rear of the house. The principal bedroom suite has a bathroom with a large walk-in shower and free standing bath. There is also ample storage. The second floor has two good sized, well balanced double bedrooms which are served by a shower room. In addition to the main hub of the house, there are two bedrooms set apart and served by their own en suite shower rooms. Both are accessed by their own staircases and are ideal as standalone accommodation. To the front of the house, there is a pretty carriage driveway providing offstreet parking.   Scarth House, Putney Park Avenue, Putney, £3.895m, Savills Putney 020 8780 9900

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GLASS MOUNTAIN With wonderful riverside views, this beautiful two bedroom apartment is on the first floor of the sought-after Montevetro building. As well as the bedrooms there are two bathrooms, a dressing room, balcony and a reception/dining room and kitchen. 


ontevetro, meaning glass mountain in Italian, is a landmark building designed by the Richard Rogers Partnership and was completed in 2000. There is 24-hour concierge, a residents’ leisure centre with gym, tennis court, steam room and sauna. The building also has secure parking. Montevetro offers luxurious accommodation aimed at maximising sunshine at all times of day and has great river views and generous ceiling heights. It is one of the best riverside buildings for its luxurious apartments and proximity to Chelsea and

Battersea Park. It is located on the south bank of the Thames in Battersea with the shops and restaurants of Battersea Square, including Gordon Ramsey’s London House, just a short distance away. The Kings Road and Chelsea are also close by.   Clapham Station, just over a mile away, provides quick links to Waterloo, Victoria and Shepherds Bush – for the Central Line underground and Westfield shopping centre. 

‘Luxurious accommodation aimed at maximising sunshine at all times of day’

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PRESTIGIOUS ESTATE This stunning, fully refurbished and extended six bedroom house has an exceptionally bright and open plan kitchen/dining room that leads onto a mature south-facing garden


he house makes great use of its south-facing light, particularly in the kitchen with its Italian porcelain tiled floor with underfloor heating that extends throughout the ground floor. The kitchen has a large island with stools for casual dining as well as ample room for a dining table and a spacious lounge area. Floor to ceiling bi-fold doors open up to a wide raised terrace that runs the entire width of the house. Steps lead on to a gorgeous garden with mature trees and a summer house. Also on the ground floor is a utility room, a downstairs shower room and a separate family room with doors leading to the orangerie, currently used as a formal dining room, although this area could be turned into an annex for parents or an au-pair. Also on the ground floor there is a study, storage area, cloakroom and a formal reception room. A stylish glass and oak staircase leads to the first floor with engineered walnut flooring and four bedrooms with two en suites and a family

bathroom. The master suite features a large bathroom with glass doors to the roof terrace overlooking the garden. The third and fourth bedrooms also have doors to the roof terrace. On the second floor there are two more bedrooms and a spacious bathroom. The house is just off the prestigious Coombe Estate and benefits from the nearby excellent schools including Coombe Hill Junior School, Rokeby, Marymount International School and Holy Cross Preparatory school. The house is well placed for shopping centres in Kingston and Wimbledon and conveniently situated for Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common. Transport links include the A3 with routes into Central London or out of town, the 57 bus to Wimbledon and Kingston and rail links to central London from the nearby Raynes Park station

‘A stylish glass and oak staircase leads to the first floor’

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ONEOF AKIND This very rare house used to be a nightclub, which means it has an extraordinary 1,600 square feet of living space – half of the total square footage.


here are two bedrooms both with en suite bathrooms, a large kitchen/ dining room, a double reception room, a study, wine cellar, bar area and W/C. The kitchen is the main focal point of the property with a double height ceiling offering great entertaining space and plenty of light. Another unusual aspect is the hidden spa, found off the living space. The delights of a wine store and a cosy study are both real rarities in the centre of London. The bedrooms are on the first and second floors and both have large windows and an abundance of storage.

The house was developed from nightspot to handsome home by a leading design company who create beautiful bespoke homes that stand the test of time. It was decorated by the current owner – an artist. This totally unique house is in a wonderful location with good transport links from Gloucester road underground station half a mile away and South Kensington underground station just a little further.

The house was developed from nightspot to handsome home

Old Brompton Road, Chelsea, £3,350,000. Robert French, Knight Frank 020 7349 4300


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REGENERATION AREA Construction consultants McBains has completed part of two major multiuse developments in the Southwark Regeneration Area: Elephant One (Phase One) and Two Fifty One


cBains’s involvement in the Phase One redevelopment of Elephant One, Elephant and Castle, in London’s Zone 1, has stretched over a decade.The team provided project management, contract administration and design services from its early planning phase in 2007, through to its completion in June 2018. The mixed-use development, opposite Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre, was designed entirely in Building Information Modelling and its construction was fully coordinated by the design team. This method helped reduce activity and pressure on site, benefiting the project and the local environment. Comprising three towers, of 374 apartments, 270 student rooms and 12 commercial units – including an on-site Sainsbury’s superstore and GymBox – the development is one of city’s first build-to-rent schemes. Two Fifty One Southwark Bridge Road is a single 41-storey residential tower, of 338 apartments, and a 7-storey office bloc. The flats include affordable, private, premium and premium plus. All of the 65 affordable and the majority of private tenure apartments are currently being completed and the final touches to the external features are set to be finished in October. Features at Two Fifty One include a communal lounge, gymnasium, club and conference rooms, a private cinema, a green wall and communal garden.

L&Q has opened up the current phase of 42 one and two bedroom shared ownership homes at Greenwich Peninsula to buyers across the whole of London. Greenwich Peninsula, in London’s new upper riverside neighbourhood, is becoming one of South East London’s fastest-growing communities, with museums, cinemas and restaurants a stone’s throw from the scheme’s riverside homes. The area is also home to the world-famous O2 Arena, hosting sell-out tours last year from acts such as Ed Sheeran, Drake and Take That. There is a wide range of transport links. These include the Jubilee Line from nearby North Greenwich station, which gets commuters into Waterloo and Bond Street in under 20 minutes, as well as the Thames Clipper and the Emirates Cable Car. Later this year, residents will also have access to the Crossrail at nearby Canary Wharf, providing fast connections to City Airport, Liverpool Street and Heathrow Airport. L&Q’s stylish homes are finished with modern kitchen units and co-ordinating worktops, as well as contemporary stainless steel appliances. Bathrooms offer sleek sanitary ware, including a fashionable steel bath. Each home is accessed through a video door entry system, and residents share a spacious communal terrace. A large proportion of apartments have balconies and there is secure cycle storage within the underground car park. Greenwich Peninsula, from £117,500 for a 25% share of a one bedroom apartment (full market value £470,000) and £148,750 for a 25% share of a two bedroom apartment (full market value £590,000), www.lqpricedin.co.uk/greenwichpeninsula, 0333 003 3730


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www.robertholmes.co.uk Robert Holmes New Homes Department are pleased to introduce four newly constructed developments in Wimbledon, each has been well designed for modern family living

Copse Hill, Wimbledon, SW20

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Arterberry Road, Wimbledon, SW20

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Two elegant and detached five bedroom homes in a prime location of Wimbledon each offering open plan, contemporary accommodation of approx 3,094 sq ft

A collection of luxury houses set in a quiet road in Wimbledon. Each house has been stylishly designed to maximise space and create impressive proportions

Kitchen/breakfast/TV/dining room • Drawing room • Study • Master bedroom suite with dressing room and bathroom • 4 further bedrooms • ER/TBC

Kitchen/dining room • Reception room, family/cinema room and gymnasium • Master bedroom suite with dressing room and bathroom • 4 further bedrooms • Study/bedroom 6 • ER/B

Dunmore Road, Wimbledon, SW20

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Four newly constructed family homes providing attention to detail and situated in a much favoured residential road, built by a well known, local builder

Three modern, family houses in a private development, set on the upper slopes between Wimbledon Village and Town with fantastic far reaching views

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GOAHEADBROADOAKS After a public consultation, Woking Borough Council has given the go-ahead to revised plans for Broadoaks Park, in West Byfleet, Surrey


he plans include 54 affordable homes, a mix of shared ownership and to rent provided by Paragon Housing and from Octagon, 125 for sale properties and an assisted living scheme of 75 apartments for the over 60s. The development will also house a purposebuilt 80-bed care home and a small two-storey office building. Tim Banks, Octagon’s Chief Executive Officer says: “After listening to local residents at the public consultation we were determined to find solutions to their concerns, so we are absolutely delighted to have received approval from Woking Borough Council for our revised plans. “By not progressing with the school project, and replacing with a care home, assisted living apartments and small office building, we have lessened the

projected traffic flow by 200%, and can still provide local employment opportunities for approximately 140 people. “We have also increased affordable housing units by 50%, bringing up the number of homes from 36 to 54. However this remains a low density, low rise scheme, set in 25 acres of private parkland. “The local community will be able to walk freely into Broadoaks Park and enjoy views of the restored listed buildings and general open spaces we are creating in our master plan.” Broadoak Park, West Byfleet, Surrey, from £480,000, Octagon 020 8481 7500, www.broadoakspark.co.uk

Penthouse Livng in SE1 Superb Views, Great Location, Two Bedrooms, Two Terraces and an Annex. From £2million - £2.2 million Contact the new homes specialists on 020 8879 9099 www.lauristons.com


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Our new 3 bedroom show apartment MORE STYLE, MORE FLAIR, MORE SPACE

Our fabulous new 3 bedroom show apartment is now open for viewing at Indigo Square, Surbiton’s new landmark collection of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments and duplex homes. Showcasing indigoscott’s attention to detail and imaginative design flair, each 3 bedroom home benefits from a private balcony, terrace or garden, in addition to a high specification to be found throughout Indigo Square. There’s also secure underground parking to selected plots and a beautifully landscaped private courtyard for the use of residents. Just moments from Surbiton’s comprehensive selection of shops, bars and restaurants, riverside walks to Kingston upon Thames and Surbiton station, with its 17 minute service to Waterloo, Indigo Square brings city style living to this vibrant destination.


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THE JOY OF RIVERSIDE LIVING Beside the Thames in Wandsworth SW18: Immaculately designed two bedroom apartments ready to move into now from £755,000 with pool, gym, steam room, gardens, car parking and a delightful river attached. Travel by Thames Clippers directly to the West End or the City.

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RESTORING A MASTERPIECE Dating back to the early 1600s, Eagle House is one of the few and finest examples of a Jacobean Manor House still standing in London. It has recently been impeccably refurbished, extended and converted into just eight luxury apartments, of which only seven will be offered for sale by Octagon Developments and Criterion Capital. Located in the heart of sought-after Wimbledon Village, adjacent to Wimbledon Common, this prestigious Grade II* listed building is ideally placed for the chic boutiques, restaurants and bars of the High Street, as well as Wimbledon All England Lawn Tennis Club and Royal Wimbledon Golf Club. The exclusive two and three bedroom homes enjoy a beautifully landscaped communal rear garden and private forecourt parking, with Wimbledon train station just one mile away. Exceptional local schools include King’s College, Wimbledon High School and Rokeby School. GUIDE PRICES From £2.75m

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he Bank of England has increased interest rates by a quarter of a point to 0.75 per cent, only the second rise in a decade and the first since last November. Borrowers who are on a fixed rate won’t see any change to their monthly payments. However, the 3.5 million borrowers on variable-rate mortgages will see their mortgage payments rise accordingly, with most lenders set to pass the increase on almost straight away. If this rate rise means you will struggle to pay your mortgage, then a fixed-rate mortgage could be the answer. Despite much speculation of an August rate rise, fixed-rate mortgages are still very competitively priced, particularly on medium-term fixes, with a number of five-year fixes pegged at less than 2 per cent, although these rates are unlikely to be around forever. Despite this rate rise, there is no need to panic about the direction of rates in the longer term. Bank of England governor Mark Carney has talked about any rate rises being ‘limited and gradual’. However, with further base rate rises expected down the road, you may be drawn towards a longer term with some lenders offering 10year fixes. This security may seem attractive but should you want to remortgage, move or downsize during that period, there may be penalties to pay.



17 million £207,693


The number of people who rent their home


n spite of fears of a rise in interest rates and the growing probability of a hard Brexit househunters appear to be flocking to London. According to Knight Frank’s latest Prime London Sales Index the number of new prospective buyers rose by 31 per cent in June, compared with the year before. It also says that sales of houses worth more than £10 million had also risen, suggesting that whatever happens to London’s pre-eminence as a financial services hub – and Deutsche Bank has already moved part of its business from the City to Frankfurt – the capital remains a safe haven for property.

The average price paid by first-time buyers in 2017, up from £138,663 in 2012


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SETFREE A change is on the way for borrowers trapped by 2014’s stricter mortgage rules, reports Duncan Farmer


UK Finance, the trade body for most banks, the Building Societies Association and the Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association have agreed that these prisoners should be set free and allowed access to a cheaper loan if one is available. There are some conditions: they must be owner-occupiers looking for a likefor-like mortgage, up-to-date with their repayments and have at least two years left outstanding. The changes follow an interim report by the Financial Conduct Authority into the mortgage market, which found that although most parts of the industry were working well, a change could benefit those trapped by the changes in 2014. Some lenders have already passed on the news to their customers and others will be notified whether they qualify by the end of the year and can then decide what to do. Paul Broadhead, head of mortgage and housing policy at the Building Societies Association said: “By signing up to this voluntary agreement lenders will ensure that existing borrowers are not disadvantaged by the changes to mortgage regulation since the financial crisis.”

our years ago mortgage lenders tightened their application process to ensure that borrowers could repay the loan, and avoid a return to pre-credit crunch days when high-value loans were being granted almost willy-nilly. The immediate impact was that many people who would previously have qualified for the mortgage they wanted were no longer eligible, and consequently the housing market stalled. Since then the situation has settled down and some lenders have relaxed their criteria, particularly on income, slightly. However, one group of borrowers who already had a mortgage when the new rules were introduced were caught in a tricky situation. What would they do if they wanted to remortgage but their earnings and other financial history did not meet the strict new criteria? If they were on a fixed-rate deal that was about to expire they were automatically put on their lender’s standard-variable rate loan, which is usually far more expensive than a two or five-year fixed deal. They became known as “mortgage prisoners” and there seemed little that could be done for them. Now, however,


eople who rent a home spend an average of £1.1 million more over their lifetime than homeowners, according to a study which also said that two-thirds of tenants have no plans to ever buy a house or flat. Direct Line for Business said that raising a deposit and meeting a lender’s criteria were the biggest hurdles, a fifth did not want the financial commitment of home ownership, a fifth did not want the cost or hassle of maintaining it, and just under a fifth did not want to be tied to one area.

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Visit this modern resurrection of the centuriesold fair on Camberwell Green which was shut down in the mid-nineteenth century because of its reputation for working-class debauchery. This Camberwell fest is a vibrant south London mix of street food and live music. www.camberwellfair.co.uk

TOWER OF LONDON FOOD FESTIVAL Tower of London, Tower Hill EC3 Fri 7 Sep-Sun 8 Sep

AUTUMN ARTS MARKET The Piazza, Wimbledon Sat 15 Sep-Sun 16 Sep

The Love Wimbledon Arts Market on The Piazza showcases an array of original and hand-crafted work from local artists and designers. With over 20 stall holders, there’s something for everyone including free art projects and craft activities for the whole family. www.lovewimbledon.org/markets

BELLEVUE SUMMER FAIR Bellevue Road, Wandsworth Sun 16 Sep, 11-5

The historic Tower of London becomes a hotspot for London foodies with artisan producers, top-notch chefs, culinary experts, fun entertainment and live music. Highlights include demonstrations from Michel Roux Jr, Naked Cake Decorating Workshops and gin and cocktail masterclasses. www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/ explore/tower-of-london-food-festival

Bellevue Road Summer Fair, a community street festival now in its seventh year, celebrates and promotes the area as a place to live in, work in and do business. Last year’s event saw a turnout of over 3,000 people. Stalls with crafts, jewellery and clothing plus street food and pop-up bars, live music, a dog show and more. www.bellevuevillage.co.uk

THE GREAT RIVER RACE Various locations


Sat 8 Sep

London’s River Marathon – a spectacular boat race up the River Thames, with more than 330 crews from all over the globe. There are dedicated athletes as well as those who prefer fancy dress and charity stunts. www.greatriverrace.co.uk


The London Design Festival spans dozens of locations, features a wide range of events, includes hundreds of exhibits and has one clear mission: to prove that our city is the capital of design. It’s the perfect chance to explore craft and design at its very best. www.londondesignfestival.com

Sun 16 Sep-Mon 17 Sep

An annual celebration of London’s architecture and design which allows access to 800-odd venues not normally open to the public – private homes, government buildings, historic sites, educational establishments – but it’s not just about being nosy, there are also loads of walks and tours to bring the buildings alive. www.openhouselondon.org.uk


The Totally Thames festival will once again grace the banks of our much-loved waterway this September. An annual celebration of the River Thames – dive into a month-long party full of arts festivals, community events, regattas, river races, foreshore archaeology and environmental activities. www.totallythames.org

GREENWICH PAINTED HALL CEILING TOURS Old Naval College, Greenwich Until Sun 30 Sept

Join this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get up close to the ceiling of the Greenwich’s Painted Hall in this series of ceiling tours taking place while conservators restore 40,000 sq ft of the ceiling’s painted surface. The Painted Hall at the Old Royal Naval College Greenwich is described as ‘the Sistine Chapel of the UK’. The paintings, drawn by Sir James Thornhill between 1707 and 1726, are considered to be the greatest Baroque decorative scheme in England. www.ornc.org

LONDON FASHION WEEK Thur 20 Sep-Sun 23 Sep

Shop a curated edit of designer collections from over 150 brands, go front row for a show and listen to talks from industry experts so you can get a head start on next season’s trends – all while swinging your comp tote bag. www.londonfashionweekfestival.com

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Fontaine Road, Streatham SW16

Guide Price: £1,000,000–£1,250,000 Freehold

A substantial 4-bedroom semi detached property with enormous potential to extend. Situated on a corner plot with space to the side and rear, the property offers excellent scope to be extended or re-developed subject to the necessary planning consents being granted. The existing house is a stunning example of a period Edwardian home that sits in beautiful grounds with excellent size gardens to the front, side and rear. Benefits include two spacious reception rooms with a formal sitting room & separate dining room, fitted kitchen/breakfast room downstairs WC, first floor bathroom, four bedrooms and a garage with secure gated access to the rear. EPC EER E.

Balham Sales: 020 8772 9373


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Balham Balham 020 020 8772 8772 9373 9373 balham@lauristons.com balham@lauristons.com

Battersea Battersea 020 020 7978 7978 5800 5800 battersea@lauristons.com battersea@lauristons.com

Kennington Kennington 020 020 7385 7385 2296 2296 kennington@lauristons.com kennington@lauristons.com

Land Land 020 020 8943 8943 2211 2211 land@lauristons.com land@lauristons.com

New New Homes Homes 020 020 8879 8879 9099 9099 newhomes@lauristons.com newhomes@lauristons.com

Putney Putney 020 020 8780 8780 8780 8780 putney@lauristons.com putney@lauristons.com

Wandsworth Wandsworth 020 020 8417 8417 8054 8054 wandsworth@lauristons.com wandsworth@lauristons.com

Wimbledon Wimbledon 020 020 8946 8946 9468 9468 wimbledon@lauristons.com wimbledon@lauristons.com

Upper Richmond Road, Putney SW15

Guide Price: ÂŁ900,000 Leasehold

Situated in the iconic ‘London Square’ development is this stunning two-bedroom, two-bathroom sixth floor apartment. The property overlooks the communal gardens and boasts views towards the London Skyline. The spacious open plan reception room is perfect for entertaining with plenty of room for a dining table and direct access to a large private terrace. There is also an open plan kitchen with Silestone worktops, integrated appliances and plenty of storage. The beautiful master bedroom also has direct access to the terrace, built in wardrobes and a luxury en suite shower room. A second large double bedroom would be ideal for guests or as an office space. Further benefits include a secure underground parking space, 24-hour concierge and video entry system. EPC EER B.

Putney Sales: 020 8780 8780


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Stannary Street, Kennington SE11

Asking Price: ÂŁ850,000 Leasehold

A stunning loft style apartment set within a small gated development in the heart of Kennington. This property offers spacious accommodation throughout and boasts all the character features you would expect from warehouse living. Designed and fitted by the current owners, the bespoke layout makes superb use of the almost 1100sq ft of living space and is finished to the highest standards. It is also excellently located, with Kennington Underground Station being just a short walk from the property, offering easy access to Central London and the City. The open green spaces of Kennington Park are within easy reach with a good selection of popular bars, cafes, shops and restaurants. There is also a wonderful Farmer’s market nearby at St Marks church. EPC EER B.

Kennington Sales: 020 7385 2296


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Balham Balham 020 020 8772 8772 9373 9373 balham@lauristons.com balham@lauristons.com

Battersea Battersea 020 020 7978 7978 5800 5800 battersea@lauristons.com battersea@lauristons.com

Kennington Kennington 020 020 7385 7385 2296 2296 kennington@lauristons.com kennington@lauristons.com

Land Land 020 020 8943 8943 2211 2211 land@lauristons.com land@lauristons.com

New New Homes Homes 020 020 8879 8879 9099 9099 newhomes@lauristons.com newhomes@lauristons.com

Putney Putney 020 020 8780 8780 8780 8780 putney@lauristons.com putney@lauristons.com

Wandsworth Wandsworth 020 020 8417 8417 8054 8054 wandsworth@lauristons.com wandsworth@lauristons.com

Wimbledon Wimbledon 020 020 8946 8946 9468 9468 wimbledon@lauristons.com wimbledon@lauristons.com

Havelock Road, Wimbledon SW19

Guide Price: ÂŁ750,000 Freehold

This larger than average two-bedroom terraced family home is conveniently located just a short stroll from Haydons Road Thameslink connection as well as Colliers Wood tube station on the Northern line and Wimbledon Park on the District line. The property offers superb accommodation, including an open plan kitchen/diner and two further interconnecting receptions. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and the family bathroom. In addition, there is a cellar offering extra storage. Outside you have a well maintained private rear garden. The property also offers potential for extension into the loft subject to the relevant permissions. EPC EER D.

Wimbledon Sales: 020 8946 9468


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Victoria Rise, Clapham SW4

Price: ÂŁ3,100 pcm

A stunning, spacious four-bedroom Victorian conversion located in the heart of Clapham. The property benefits from being on a quiet road, just a short walk to the shops, bars and restaurants that Clapham Junction has to offer. The property is also perfect for anyone who wants to use either the tube at Clapham Common to commute into the city and for those who need to commute from Clapham Junction either into or out of London. The apartment is bright and airy and has lots of storage space, all four bedrooms are very decent sized doubles, two bathrooms one with a gorgeous bathtub and the other with a shower and has been recently refurbished. EPC EER D. *visit Lauristons.com_tenant_fees for full breakdown Battersea Sales: 020 7978 5800

Ram Street, Ram Quarter SW18

Price: ÂŁ1,625 pcm

A superb one-bedroom apartment located on Ram Street, forming a part of the newly built Ram Quarter development, situated in the heart of Wandsworth. This modern apartment boasts a spacious double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a large, high spec three-piece bathroom. Further comprising a spacious openplan kitchen with fully integrated appliances and a private balcony overlooking the communal gardens, accessible via the bi-folding doors. Additional benefits include underfloor heating throughout and 24-hour concierge service. Transport options are located nearby with Wandsworth Town BR Station (London Waterloo) 0.2 miles away, East Putney station 0.7 miles and several bus routes into Putney and Clapham. EPC EER B. *visit Lauristons.com_tenant_fees for full breakdown Putney Sales: 020 8780 8780


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Balham Balham 020 020 8772 8772 9373 9373 balham@lauristons.com balham@lauristons.com

Battersea Battersea 020 020 7978 7978 5800 5800 battersea@lauristons.com battersea@lauristons.com

Kennington Kennington 020 020 7385 7385 2296 2296 kennington@lauristons.com kennington@lauristons.com

Land Land 020 020 8943 8943 2211 2211 land@lauristons.com land@lauristons.com

New New Homes Homes 020 020 8879 8879 9099 9099 newhomes@lauristons.com newhomes@lauristons.com

Putney Putney 020 020 8780 8780 8780 8780 putney@lauristons.com putney@lauristons.com

Wandsworth Wandsworth 020 020 8417 8417 8054 8054 wandsworth@lauristons.com wandsworth@lauristons.com

Wimbledon Wimbledon 020 020 8946 8946 9468 9468 wimbledon@lauristons.com wimbledon@lauristons.com

Ridley Road, Wimbledon SW19

Price: ÂŁ2,800 pcm

A well-presented four-bedroom semidetached house that offers bright and spacious living throughout the ground floor that is perfect for those that like to entertain. The main reception room is flooded with natural light and the modern kitchen has integrated appliances. Upstairs there are four well proportioned double bedrooms including two family bathroom/shower suites. This property has been finished to an impeccable standard throughout which is perfect for families. Ridley Road is a quiet residential street located just off Wimbledon Broadway, moments from a wide range of shops, bars, restaurants and leisure facilities. EPC EER E. *visit Lauristons.com_tenant_fees for full breakdown Wimbledon Lettings: 020 8946 9468

Lyndhurst Way, Peckham SE15

Price: ÂŁ2,500 pcm

Lauristons are pleased to present this fantastic three/four-bedroom terraced house to the market. The property has been newly refurbished to a high standard, it comprises two huge double bedrooms, a small double bedroom and a large living room, a bathroom, an open plan kitchen and a large private rear garden. The living room can be used as a 4th bedroom. The property benefits from new carpets in the bedrooms and the stairs, double glazed windows and built in appliances. Lyndhurst Way is conveniently located in close proximity to Peckham Rye station which proves easy access to both London Bridge and London Victoria. There are excellent local amenities with numerous cafes and local delis. EPC EER D. *visit Lauristons.com_tenant_fees for full breakdown Kennington Lettings: 020 7385 2296


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Borough High Street, London SE1

Asking Price: £2,200,000 Leasehold

One of the finest developments in SE1. This stunning duplex penthouse apartment at Brandon House provides exceptionally designed residences in one of London’s most sought-after locations, with a 24 hour concierge & some homes with far reaching views across the capital. Situated in Zone 1, opposite Borough underground station, for unrivalled connections across London’s business districts & cultural hubs. Brandon House lies central in London’s hottest postcode SE1, and is ideally located for The City, Canary Wharf & The South Bank. Unique & exceptional, Brandon House has been designed to provide the perfect central London home.

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his detached, freehold house has seven bedrooms, three bathrooms and plenty of potential to extend still further. There is a large front garden with generous offstreet parking and a private 100-foot rear garden with an open aspect. The house has a wide entrance hall way and an elegant raised formal reception room. There is also a kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, conservatory, utility room and study on the ground floor. Upstairs there is the master bedroom suite and another six bedrooms. The house has both eaves storage and garden storage. There is a side access and potential to extend and modernise.


ith five double bedrooms, a large garden, off-street parking and a common and train station within easy reach, this family house has everything. It is just off the north side of Streatham Common in a quiet tree-lined residential road and is on sale for the first time in 25 years. The semi-detached Victorian house is ideal for families seeking space, comfort and quiet. It has been well maintained and is in good condition with a charming garden at the rear. There is a wide and welcoming entrance hall with wooden floors leading to the front reception room with high ceilings, a lovely sash bay window, a period fireplace and wooden floors. A second large reception/ dining room has French windows leading to the garden. The bright family kitchen/ breakfast room also overlooks the pretty garden.

On the first floor there are three large double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom runs the full width of the house and has an en suite bathroom. The top floor has two large double bedrooms. At the front there is ample space for off-street parking and a gravelled garden with a planted border and a gated side access to the rear of the house. The mature rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with paved areas, attractive established planted borders and a vegetable patch. The house is close to many excellent local state and private schools. Streatham Ice Rink & Leisure centre is at the end of the road. The Rookery gardens and café are a short walk away across the beautiful common.

Larpent Avenue, Putney, SW15, £2,950,000, Warren 020 8780 1100

Hopton Road, Streatham, SW16, £1.15m, Winkworth 020 8769 6699

ARCHITECT’SHAND This exquisite five bedroom house has recently been refurbished, boasting fantastic architectural design and benefiting from an open-plan kitchen/dining area, a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom and private rear garden. The open-plan kitchen with a dining area has a contemporary look, while the master bedroom has a Juliette balcony and its own en suite bathroom. There are another four double bedrooms. In the basement there is a sizeable play room entered via a glass feature staircase from the ground floor. The house is in an excellent location close to Southfields underground. Pulborough Road, Southfields, SW18, £1,490,000, Foxtons 020 8963 5100


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his very attractively presented, three-bedroom apartment lies in the heart of Wimbledon Village, moments from the Common and the Village High Street with its array of boutiques, restaurants and cafés. It is also within easy walking distance of the town centre shops and the mainline and district line train and underground station with fast and frequent train services to Central London. The impressive Victorian property is approached via its own private entrance and retains many original character features such as ceiling cornicing, period fireplaces and reclaimed Victorian cast iron radiators. The apartment, which is on the lower ground floor, is entered through a spacious hallway with storage cupboards leading to an elegant reception/dining room with a feature fireplace and a bay window that overlooks its own private patio and the communal gardens. Steps lead up to the study, which has a door

opening onto the patio area. There is a bright custom-built kitchen/ breakfast room with extensive fitted cupboards and integrated appliances. The master bedroom suite has fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room as well as a bay window letting in masses of light. There are two further bedrooms, and a family bathroom. There is plenty of storage space throughout the apartment with further useful space in the utility room/store beside the front entrance and a store cupboard inside the main communal hall. To the rear of the property there is a generous and well-maintained southerly communal garden and to the front there is allocated off-street parking. A garage is available by separate negotiation. A sinking fund exists to cover annual building repairs and maintenance.

The Wimbledon Village specialists with over 30 years of experience, and substantial knowledge of the South London property market, providing a friendly, flexible service to clients in order to make moving home a positive experience. Robert Holmes & Company has earned its reputation by providing a bespoke approach to estate agency, offering clients an independent and distinctly personal service tailored to individual requirements. Specialising in the sale and letting of high calibre residential property primarily within Wimbledon, Coombe and the surrounding areas.

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An attractive, smartly appointed and extended period house with the benefit of annexe accommodation, set on high ground close to the Village, the Common and Wimbledon Park with its District line station Reception hall with feature walnut staircase • 3 reception rooms • study • kitchen/breakfast room • games room • family room • gym • 6 bedrooms (incl annexe) • 4 bathrooms (incl annexe) • self-contained annexe • wine storage • 158’ garden • off-street parking • ER/D 62

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Wimbledon Village

Open house Saturday 8th September 10am to 4pm


An exceptional, contemporary detached house re-modelled to a high standard located in this desirable setting close to the Village and the Common within a short walk of the town centre and transport links Reception room • kitchen/breakfast/dining room • impressive roof terrace • master bedroom suite with dressing room and en-suite bathroom • 3 further double bedrooms • bedroom 5/multi-purpose room • 2 further bathrooms • parking

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Wimbledon Village


A substantial property in a sought after road requiring modernisation 3 reception rooms • kitchen • breakfast room • conservatory • cellar rooms • 8/9 bedrooms • 3 bathrooms • garden • 2 garages & OSP • ER/E

Stunning recently built house in a sought after Village location Reception room • kitchen/breakfast room • family room • 5 bedrooms • 3 bath/shower rooms • study • balcony • landscaped garden • OSP • ER/B





A newly re-decorated house near Westside Tennis Club and King’s College School 3 reception rooms • kitchen/breakfast room • separate studio flat • master bedroom suite • 4 further bedrooms • 3 further bath/shower rooms • 108’ garden • garage & OSP • ER/D & E

A superbly appointed house of circa 4,000 sq ft with a self-contained flat Open plan reception room • kitchen/dining room • media/family room • 6 bedrooms • 4 bath/shower rooms • garden with studio/summerhouse • garage & OSP • ER/C




A striking townhouse with an architect designed roof terrace and extensive views Reception room • kitchen/dining room • 5 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • roof terrace and studio room • garden • bike store • OSP • ER/C


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Discreetly located close to Wimbledon Common 2 reception rooms • study • conservatory • kitchen/breakfast room • 4 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • south facing garden • OSP for 2 cars • ER/C

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GLASSPALACE S ilverwood House is set behind secure gates offering a high degree of privacy and is built in a rectangular style with large glass windows giving open views to the gardens. The five bedroom property has been finished to exacting specifcations that complement the property’s contemporary style. It is approached through a remotecontrolled gate leading to a sensor-lit driveway. The house is entered via a spacious hallway which has a glazed balustrade to stairs and balcony and feature lighting. The oak herringbone flooring runs through the main reception rooms along with underfloor heating. Glazed doors from the hallway lead to the contemporary drawing room with feature fireplace. Large aluminium sliding doors open onto the glazed balcony. There is also a library/study with doors leading to a rear seating area. The kitchen/dining room is a spacious open plan area which also serves as the family room. It has a partition wall and floor to ceiling glass sliding doors opening onto the terrace to optimise light and space and offer a fantastic entertaining space. The kitchen has limestone flooring and is fully fitted with custom-built Lida Cucina wall and base units with integrated Miele appliances including three ovens, a coffee maker, plate warmers, wine fridge and two other fridges. The utility room off the kitchen has fitted units and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Also on this floor is a guest cloakroom. The lower ground floor has an

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exceptional leisure space with a cinema/games room with wall mounted TV, a large wine store with bespoke racking for wine storage, shower room and double garage. Upstairs is the impressive master bedroom suite with an en suite bathroom featuring Italian marbletech tiles to floor and ceiling, freestanding bath tub and rain shower and an aquavision TV, and a dressing room with bespoke fitted wardrobes and two built-in safes. There is a guest bedroom with bespoke fitted wardrobes and an ensuite shower room with rain shower. There are three more bedrooms one of which has an en suite shower room and a family bathroom. All the bedrooms have fitted carpets and underfloor heating. Outside there is a fully insulated summerhouse/studio which has power and drainage, and landscaped gardens with outdoor terraces. The property has a programmable home automation technology system and a Lutron lighting control system.

The Coombe and Kingston Hill specialists where we have over 125 years of collective experience within the area bringing together substantial local knowledge of the South London property market providing a friendly, flexible service to clients in order to achieve a positive moving experience. Robert Holmes & Company is a private company which has long been established as the number one residential property specialist within the area and prides itself on the longevity of its staff. Guy Leaning has worked within the area since 1989 and he and his team specialise in the sale and letting of some of the finest homes within the area.

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Coombe Hill


Quietly positioned overlooking Coombe Wood Golf course with a wonderful walled garden, this much loved family home comes to the market for the first time in twenty seven years.


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This stylish family house was designed and built by the current owners who completed in 2014. Beautifully combining classical proportions with modern contemporary flare; the house is ideal for a large family with high standards.

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Kingston Vale

Perfectly positioned for the excellent local schools together with a short walk of New Malden station and high street.

A beautifully presented detached house with spacious family accommodation in a popular area close to Richmond Park.


The Grove

Enjoying a wonderful 130ft westerly aspect garden, this superbly sized four bedroom family home has a generously sized sitting room and Kitchen/breakfast room

NO CHAIN: This delightful 5 bedroom family home is beautifully decorated with stunning windows and period features.

Coombe Hill



A lovely 6/7 bedroom house in the leafy Coombe estate with a large kitchen dining room perfect for big family entertaining.


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A bright and particularly appealing family home set on the slopes of Coombe enjoying a secluded westerly aspect rear garden

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Wimbledon Village

£10,500 pcm

Wimbledon Village

£9,950 pcm

A substantial detached family house in this desirable Village location in a quiet cul-desac conveniently positioned for local schools and transport links. Offering generous accommodation over four floors and a southerly facing garden. ER/E

One of two substantial family homes within a gated development located a short walk from the Village, Common and town centre. With generous room sizes and a stunning wrap around garden this secluded property is in an enviable location. ER/D

Wimbledon Village

Wimbledon Common

£8,750 pcm

£5,500 pcm

Ultra-modern and luxurious, newly completed family homes boasting the latest smart home technologies. Set on the upper slopes between Wimbledon Village and Wimbledon Town, with fantastic far reaching views. ER/B

In secluded location a stone’s throw from Wimbledon Common and a short walk to the Village this four bedroom, two bathroom house has wooden floors throughout the downstairs and is neutrally decorated. ER/D

Wimbledon Village

Wimbledon Town

£3,500 pcm

A superb first floor apartment in a beautiful period property located in a prime position close to the Village and the Common. Light and airy with lots of character, a private balcony plus use of communal gardens and a garage. ER/D

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£3,250 pcm

Stunning and recently refurbished penthouse apartment with fabulous roof terrace conveniently located for the town centre. This bright and spacious contemporary threebedroom apartment benefits from secure parking and a garage. ER/E


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Auckland Road £575 per week Situated on Auckland Road, this spacious two bedroom, first floor flat is available in September on an unfurnished basis. The property boasts a stunning decked roof terrace and an open plan kitchen. This sought after residential street is less than a five minute walk from Clapham Junction and the local amenities of Battersea Rise and Northcote Road can be found nearby. Two double bedrooms • Open plan kitchen/reception room • En suite shower room • Bathroom • Roof terrace • Unfurnished • Available in September

Sumburgh Road £1,100 per week This stunning five-bedroom family home is located on a quiet residential street, a short walk from Clapham Common and Clapham South tube station. The property is arranged over three levels with a beautiful garden leading from the rear of the kitchen/breakfast rooms. Five double bedrooms, a family bathroom and shower room are arranged over the upper levels, with additional storage available in the cellar. Five double bedrooms • Kitchen/breakfast room • Two reception rooms • En suite bathroom • Family bathroom • Cellar • Garden • Unfurnished

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Frewin Road £2,590,000 ON GREEN

Situated on this sought after residential street, close to Wandsworth Common, is this superb five-bedroom family house. The property is beautifully presented, arranged over four floors and measures approximately 3283 sq ft. In addition, there is a tremendous sense of light and space throughout with generous proportions in all of the principal rooms.


Five bedrooms • Reception room • Open plan kitchen/dining room • En suite bathroom • Family bathroom • South-facing garden • Arranged over four floors

Eland Road £975,000 Positioned on what is regarded as the best street within the Shaftesbury Estate is this beautiful three bedroom Freehold house. The property is presented in excellent decorative order throughout, with a wonderful feeling of light and space. Three bedrooms • Double reception room • Kitchen • Family bathroom • En suite shower room • South-west facing garden


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BRIGHTLIGHT ANDSPACIOUS This stunning Victorian family house boasts grand proportions in all of the principal rooms, with a tremendous amount of light and space throughout


he property is beautifully presented and offers approximately 2425 sq ft of accommodation, which is arranged over three floors. A bright and open double reception room is positioned towards the front of the building on the ground floor. The reception room benefits from intricate ceiling moulding, a feature fireplace and wooden flooring throughout, with the rear of the room leading into a spacious open plan kitchen/dining room. The kitchen itself features plenty of wall and base units, integrated appliances and a central island, with breakfast bar. There is plenty of space for entertaining as well as every day family living and double doors open out onto a fabulous landscaped garden, bordered with trees and plants. A downstairs cloakroom, and handy utility room are also available on the ground floor, with substantial storage in the cellar.

The master bedroom is located at the front of the property on the first floor and boasts an abundance of built in storage and an en suite bathroom. Two double bedrooms and family bathroom are also available on the first-floor level. Arranged over the upper level are a further two double bedrooms, and a family shower room, with additional storage located in the eaves. Brodrick Road is a sought after residential street running between Trinity Road and Beechcroft Road, close to Wandsworth Common. The amenities of Bellevue Road are nearby as are the transport links at Wandsworth Common overground station. There is an excellent selection of state and private schools in the area, which are subject to catchment and entrance each year.

There is plenty of space for entertaining as well as every day family living

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FIVE BEDROOMS This fabulous freehold house offers 1,982 sq ft of living space arranged over three floors and set on one of the most sought-after residential roads in Earlsfield close to amenities and station. As well as the five double bedrooms there is a double reception room, an extended kitchen, two bathrooms, an en suite shower room and a 46 foot long south east-facing garden. Littleton Street, Earlsfield, SW18, £1,275,000, Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward 020 3792 1568


beautifully presented four bedroom period house that blends original period features with the best of modern design, with a south-facing garden and near to the transport links of Balham and Wandsworth Common. To the front of the property, an elegant reception room with appealing period features provides formal entertaining space. While the fully extended kitchen/ dining/family room to the rear opens directly onto the garden and provides terrific entertaining and living space. The kitchen area has gloss white base and wall units, composite work surfaces, integrated appliances and a large island. A utility room/storage space has also been cleverly fitted into the kitchen design. The ground floor also has a guest cloakroom/WC. On the first floor the wide master bedroom with en suite shower room is at the front of the property. A further bedroom is at the rear of the first floor. A stunning, contemporary, family bathroom is also located on this level. On the top floor there is a double bedroom with feature floor to ceiling picture windows and a stylish, spa-like bathroom. A second, smaller bedroom is also on this floor. The shops and amenities of Balham and Wandsworth Common are located within easy walking distance and Balham and Wandsworth Common stations are nearby.  Ravenslea Road, Balham, SW12, £1.3m, Carter Jonas 020 3733 9080

MANSIONBLOCK This elegant, three-bedroom flat has luxurious and spacious interiors, including a grand reception room, with period features, a fireplace and a balcony and a fantastic eat-in kitchen. The split level apartment is set on the first and second floors of a traditional red brick mansion block. The large kitchen also has a balcony and integrated appliances. The three double bedrooms all have en suite bathrooms and wardrobes. There are high-end fixtures and fittings throughout the flat with secure shutters on the balcony windows and beautiful high ceilings in every room.  Pont Street, SW1, £6.9million, Foxtons 020 7591 9000


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A superb detached period property in this highly sought after prime West Putney location. Originally built in 1870, the property has been the subject of a major

An extraordinary and individual individual modern country house in in a a stunning stunning location. Built originally in 1962 for for the theground artist John John Merton, Pound House House is broadly broadly An extraordinary and country house location. Built 1962 artist Pound is refurbishment programme and is modern presented to an outstanding interior design finish. Theoriginally spaciousin high-ceilinged floor Merton, accommodation is extremely well Palladian in style and is a wide, single storey building with large windows over looking the gardens. It was extended in 1978 to include a garden room and a a Palladian in styleand andbright, is a wide, storeyfrom building with large looking the gardens. wasforextended in or 1978 to include a garden The room and planned, flexible also single benefitting aspects over the windows property’sover landscaped gardens. It is It ideal family use large-scale entertaining. principal

large studio complex including aaworkshop workshop andreception dark room room The property currently hastovery very high ceilings ceilings andfamily brick parapets parapets surrounding the roof roof which which has reception rooms are accessed viaa magnificent hall.. The withproperty a sweeping staircase the upper floors. The room, kitchen and conservatory afford has direct large studio complex including and dark currently has high and brick surrounding the good storage space. access to the splendid rear garden. The upper floors afford an abundance of well designed bedroom accommodation. The master bedroom suite compromises good storage space. a large main bedroom complimented by a sumptuously appointed bathroom and two walk-in wardrobes. To the outside the garden areas have been carefully




Four bedrooms bedrooms || four four bathrooms bathrooms || garden garden room room || hall hall || drawing drawing room room || studio studio complex complex || dining dining room room || wine wine cellar cellar || integrated integrated garaging garaging || small small lake lake arboretum arboretum || over over six six acres acres of of land land Four landscaped. The West facing garden has a sunken lawn with a generous York Stone terrace and pathway. There are numerous mature shrubs and trees making this a Four bedrooms | four bathrooms | garden room | hall | drawing room | studio complex | dining room | wine cellar | integrated garaging | small lake arboretum | over six acres of land Four bedrooms | four bathrooms | garden room | hall | drawing room | studio complex | dining room | wine cellar | integrated garaging | small lake arboretum | over six acres of land


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OARE, WILTSHIRE £2,750,000 FREEHOLD An extraordinary and individual modern country house in a stunning location. Built originally in 1962 for the artist John Merton, Pound House is broadly Palladian in style and is a wide, single storey building with large windows over looking the gardens. It was extended in 1978 to include a garden room and a large studio complex including a workshop and dark room . The property currently has very high ceilings and brick parapets surrounding the roof which has good storage space. Four bedrooms | four bathrooms | garden room | hall | drawing room | studio complex | dining room | wine cellar | integrated garaging | small lake arboretum | over six acres of land Four bedrooms | four bathrooms | garden room | hall | drawing room | studio complex | dining room | wine cellar | integrated garaging | small lake arboretum | over six acres of land

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This stunning two-bedroom, two bathroom flat, is situated on the third floor of a rarely available, established block, in the heart of the Nine Elms regeneration area.

An extraordinary andstandard, individual modern country house in a stunning location. Built originally 1962 for thePower artistStation John Merton, PoundBridge House broadly Renovated to a good the flat offers a superb wrap-around balcony with panoramic viewsinof Battersea and Chelsea toisthe west and Palladian inEye style and is askyline wide,to single storey building withkitchen/reception large windows over gardens. It wasflooring extended inFrench 1978 to includeleading a garden room and a the London and City the east. The open plan arealooking featuresthe quality hardwood with windows to the balcony. The kitchen fully integrated with a granite countertop/breakfast The master bedroom benefits from anand en-suite extensivethe built-in large studioiscomplex including a workshop and dark room . The bar. property currently has very high ceilings brickbathroom parapets and surrounding roof mirror which has cupboards. Thespace. second double bedroom features integrated shelving and a useful office area. There is also a separate shower room, W.C. and a convenient laundry good storage area. The property is double glazed throughout providing the flat with an abundance of natural light. Residents also have access to secure underground parking, a

Four bedrooms | four bathrooms | garden room | hall | drawing room | studio complex | dining room | wine cellar | integrated garaging | small lake arboretum | over six acres of land

47-foot swimming pool, spa, sauna, gym and a resident porter.

Four bedrooms | four bathrooms | garden room | hall | drawing room | studio complex | dining room | wine cellar | integrated garaging | small lake arboretum | over six acres of land Modern Flat/Apartment | 2 Bedrooms | 1 Reception Rooms | 2 Bathrooms | Balcony | Lift Access | Off Street Parking | Good decoration | EPC Rating C

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Set in a highly sought-after development in the heart of Kennington, this Victorian school conversion blends contemporary living with stunning period features.

An extraordinary individual modern country house in a character stunning and location. Built originally in 1962 for the artist Merton, Pound House is broadly Located on the topand floor, the duplex apartment enjoys period an abundance of space. The vast open planJohn kitchen and living area features a neatly Palladian in style andwith is a ample wide, single storey building with large windows over looking the gardens. It was extended in 1978reception to includespace a garden room and a proportioned kitchen storage, integrated appliances and a large dining area; perfect for entertaining. The impressive benefits from three Victorian windows, which ensure the room filledroom with plenty of natural light. The en-suite master bedroom, situated in a large mezzanine, carpeted large studio complex including a workshop andisdark . The property currently has very high ceilings and brick parapets surrounding theisroof whichwith has substantial built-in storage and space for a king-size bed. The second bedroom has shelving units fitted for storage and could be either used as a guest bedroom or good storage space. an office space. In addition, there is a separate tiled shower room. The property also benefits from access to a delightful shared roof terrace, with wonderful views

Four bedrooms | four bathrooms | garden room | hall | drawing room | studio complex | dining room | wine cellar | integrated garaging | small lake arboretum | over six acres of land

and space for outdoor furniture.

Four bedrooms | four bathrooms | garden room | hall | drawing room | studio complex | dining room | wine cellar | integrated garaging | small lake arboretum | over six acres of land Period Flat/Apartment | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | 1 Reception | Off Street Parking | Roof Terrace | Remote Entry System | Good decoration | EPC Rating F

HERNE HILL | 020 7501 8950 KENNINGTON 7587 0600 | 020 kennington@winkworth.co.uk hernehill@winkworth.co.uk

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COPPER CLADCORNER The Copper House is a truly beautiful, modern two-bedroom house with a large roof terrace. The house is brick built, but clad in stunning copper on the first floor.


esigned by Jamie Le Gallez, from the award-winning SOUP Architects, the attention to detail is astounding and the space is wonderfully conceived. Enter the property through a secluded courtyard, where there is discreet uplighting within the flower bed, which runs alongside. The entire ground floor has resin-sealed floated concrete flooring, which fits perfectly with the modern design of the house. The kitchen to the front, is stylish in design and complemented with some of the finest appliances. There is a Bosch oven, grill and induction hob with Cooke & Lewis extractor above, as well as a CDA washing machine and dishwasher neatly hidden within the units. The reception space could easily accommodate a dining table and there is also the ability to create a separate lounge area, with adequate space for a sofa, armchair and a coffee table. In addition, there is a cleverly designed workbench, just off the living room, which could be used as a study space or breakfast bar. There is

a convenient downstairs shower room with a stylish shower, basin, heated towel rail and a W.C. The first floor has two double bedrooms and a bathroom. Both bedrooms are carpeted with space for a large double bed and a number of power points fitted with USB ports. The windows are sourced from ‘Idealcombi Futura’, as they are downstairs and make both rooms very bright. The bathroom is sleek in design and generous in size. There is a large bath with shower fittings to the side, basin, heated towel rail, vanity mirror and a W.C. The roof terrace may be the most exciting asset to the house. You enter through the electric skylight, which is designed to ensure easy access and allow light into the first floor. This charming space spans the length and breadth of the property and is an ideal spot to entertain and impress guests.

…the attention to detail is astounding and the space is wonderfully conceived

The Copper House, Caldwell Street, £825,000, Winkworth Kennington 020 7587 0600


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Diary of an estate agent... From Pimlico to Peckham – the weird and wonderful happenings in the world of estate agency by Jane Robathan


eter is a charismatic gentleman with a booming voice and enchanting personality. His stories are addictive, his gestures bold – everybody loves him. He’s not your average estate agent, which is exactly why he’s so good at it. People don’t expect to get Peter and take to him instantly; the relief they’ve dodged a stereotype and gained SAT someone extraordinary is palpable. One can’t be good at everything and what Peter offers in accomplished social skills, he lacks in administrative mastery. Normally, on a busy Saturday, we’ll make sure Peter has the keys he needs and an up-to-date diary waiting on his desk. We admit to mothering him—after all, we adore him and consider ourselves a team. As we all know, Saturdays can be super-busy, occasionally surprisingly so. This was one such Saturday. Flying in between back-to-back appointments to grab keys, Peter rushed out to show two sets of applicants an empty house nearby. If there’s one thing Peter can’t stand, it’s being late. He intended to get to the house early to draw the curtains and clear the doormat of post. Oblivious to the fact that a viewing was about to begin, the owners of the house were pulling up in a car outside. Our clients had driven some distance to check the boiler, pick up their post and air the house. On seeing their curtains twitch, suspicions were aroused. Around two minutes later I answered a call in the office from the Metropolitan police. Does Mr Peter XXXX work for your company? I could hear Peter appealing in the background and for a split second was tempted to say ‘no’ (I did have a good laugh with the policeman about the outcome of that particular conversation). In his desperate panic, Peter had gone to the wrong house. We had two similar, empty houses for sale on adjacent roads. This explains why the client had no idea there were viewings booked, because they weren’t. To his credit, Peter got to the right house (I called the applicants to, ahem, explain) and although the post wasn’t cleared, he styled out an excellent viewing. Everyone loved the story. www.roybrooks.co.uk


beautifully curated, Victorian, semi-detached home with kitchen/ breakfast, sun room, double reception, 5/6 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 en suites, loft room, roof terrace, cellar and 70ft rear garden. When they bought this house, our clients took on a project. Being designers themselves, choices made during the renovation were made to enhance aesthetic as opposed to being built around budget; in fact the refurbishment costs matched the value of the house. This house was stripped right back to basics and has been carefully adjusted to improve its layout. Grove Park is an entirely desirable address whose homes have a fantastic range of architectural styles. Denmark Hill station is a short walk, in zone 2 and has regular services to London Bridge, non-stop services to Victoria and London Overground links. Peckham Rye station is very close, in zone 2 with regular trains to London Bridge, Victoria, Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon and St Pancras. Grove Park, Camberwell SE5, £2,295,000, Roy Brooks 020 8299 3021


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Huge five-bedroom home with a (self-contained) basement, original features, kitchen/diner, bathroom, shower room, double reception and ravishing 109-foot south-facing garden. Near Zone 2 trains/Overground links and Haberdashers’ Aske’s.



An impressively grand, extraordinarily lovely maisonette with a private, south-west facing garden. Two huge bedrooms, own entrance, off-street parking and measuring 1045 square feet. Walk to Peckham Rye trains/Overground, Lordship Lane, Bellenden Road and Nunhead.

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FAMILY FAVOURITE Exquisitely lovely homes should always be viewed. This Victorian townhouse has a unique profile along Belvoir Road, which has an unusual range of Victorian and Edwardian architecture


ot only is this home large enough for families (four double bedrooms, 2060 square feet), its layout should ensure far less squabbles (kitchen/diner, sitting room, one bathroom, two shower rooms, 100ft south-facing garden). This could arguably be the house you’re less likely to argue in! The kitchen has a contemporary, woodclad dining room attached that opens out to the garden terrace, so there’s heaps of eating space. Film-watchers can find sanctuary in the sitting room at the front of the house, away from the main action. Students or home-workers can bed down with books in the (sizeable) study and pop outside for breathers through the French doors. Getting ready in the morning should go well: there’s a first-floor shower room, a second-floor bathroom and an en suite shower in the first-floor rear bedroom. This might be your favourite bedroom-French doors open to the original wrought-iron veranda that hangs over the garden. There isn’t a bad bedroom here at all, so no ‘shortstraw’ upsets either. All are doubles, beautifully turned-out and have stripped floorboards. Look out for original features such as fireplaces, coving, ceiling roses and picture rails. The attic room has wallto-wall floating shelves while there’s a hallway cupboard on the landing and a walk-in storage area. Being 100ft and south-facing sounds impressive enough but the landscaping in the garden is divine. There’s an upper stone terrace that steps down to seating between giant built-in planters, before stepping down again to a wonderfully lush lawn. Borders have been creatively stuffed with architectural plants (artichokes, a mature fern and grasses), a young mimosa, verbena, hydrangea and a large passion flower spilling over trellis. The garden has lighting installed in to the ground and around the fire pit for magical summer evenings. It is also irrigated and has an electric cable already laid should

someone want to add a studio at the bottom. There’s off-street parking at the front and a useful cellar below. Forest Hill station is a 15-minute walk for trains (London Bridge and Victoria) and London Overground links (Canada Water, Whitechapel, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington). There’s a Sainsbury’s supermarket, two delicatessens, a modern leisure centre with a pool, three developments of artists’ studios and excellent bars, cafés and restaurants. You can reach the centre of East Dulwich by bus in five minutes or walk in 15-20. The range of bars, restaurants, shops, boutiques and markets is superb and there are exemplary independents. There’s also a large gym, a Picturehouse cinema, a Co-operative supermarket and a library. Lovers of nature are in luck: Horniman Museum and Gardens is an eight-minute walk while Dulwich Park and Sydenham Woods are just five each. On the other side of the Park is Dulwich Village with its boutiques, eateries, superb pub and Dulwich Picture Gallery. A small parade of shops around the corner include a newsagent, florist, vet, beautician and a tapas bar. Local primary schools include Horniman and Goodrich (both Ofsted ‘good’) while older kids can apply to Kingsdale, The Forest School, The Sydenham School or either Harris academy at Peckham Rye (both ‘outstanding’). Belvoir Road, SE22 £1,475,000, Roy Brooks 020 8299 3021


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he property benefits from impressive proportions over four substantial floors. Generous rooms, beautiful period features and lovely skyline vistas are all elements of this magnificent home. The ground floor offers wonderful living and entertaining space, including an entrance hallway, separate front reception room, high specification eat-in kitchen and magnificent reception/dining room spanning the entire rear of the house. The first floor is entirely given over to bedroom accommodation, with four spacious rooms (one with en suite), a Jack and Jill dressing room and a stylish family bathroom. The top floor is currently arranged as a large bedroom, office and smaller bedroom but offers great flexibility and wonderful views from the flat roof.

The current owners have fully developed the lower ground floor level to provide a large suite of rooms with excellent ceiling height, including a utility, shower room, reception room, store, gym and TV room. This could also work very well as a separate, self contained flat. To the front of the house is off-street parking for several cars with a large gate for handy side access. To the rear, doors open onto the charming veranda and the westfacing garden with its delightful summerhouse. Venner Road, Sydenham, London, SE26, £1.8m, Knight Frank 020 3815 9410

VILLAGELIFE Superbly located for all the schools in Dulwich Village, this five bedroom, semi-detached house stands in one of the most sought after roads in the village. Built in the 1920s, the house has well proportioned rooms and large windows allowing good natural light. The house has already been extended up into the loft and to the rear but there may still be scope for further extension, subject to the usual planning consents. Currently there is a bathroom, a shower room with WC and two separate WCs. There is a kitchen/breakfast room, a dining room and two reception rooms with eaves storage upstairs. There is also off-street parking. Overall the house has a gross internal area of approx. 2,205 sq ft and the well planted rear garden is a sizeable 85’6” x 44’5”. The nearest station is North Dulwich, which runs direct to London Bridge or two stops to Peckham Rye for the Overground and Docklands. Gilkes Crescent, London, SE21, £2,150,000, Harvey & Wheeler 20 8693 4321


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LONDON’S LOOKING FOR A HOME LIKE YOURS We are holding a property exhibition in our associated Mayfair office on Park Lane, promoting properties we have on the market to lucrative London and international buyers and investors. One of these properties could be yours. Call us for a free, no-obligation valuation today.

Petermans - Herne Hill 63-65 Herne Hil, Herne Hill, London, SE24 9NE Tel: 020 7733 5454 Petermans - West Dulwich 94 Park Hall Road, Dulwich, London, SE21 8BW Tel: 0203 3193900 www.petermans.co.uk


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Deronda Road SE24 £1,000,000 Freehold

Grove Lane SE5 £550,000 Leasehold

Petermans present a rare opportunity to acquire a substantial six/seven bedroom house set over three storeys, coming to market for the first time in 40 years on the ever popular Deronda Road. The property offers spacious and flexible family accommodation. Moments away from historic Brockwell Park and Lido as well as excellent transport links.

**SOLD WITHIN 4 WEEKS** This superb Chain Free two bedroom property comes to the market in excellent condition. With Communal Gardens and Garage, the property is located close to Denmark Hill Overground as well as the many buses that the area offers.


Harmsworth Street SE17 £475,000 Leasehold

Marlow Road SE20 £375,000 Leasehold

**SOLD WITHIN 4 WEEKS** This bright, spacious and airy first floor one bedroom period conversion comes to market in excellent condition. This property is located only a short walk from the Kennington area only moments from Kennington Underground and the many bus routes serving the area.

Offered to the market CHAIN FREE is this spacious two bedroom period maisonette which benefits from a private rear garden, both a modern kitchen/dining room and bathroom and is ideally positioned on a quiet residential road within a short walk of Birkbeck station.

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Rockwell Gardens SE19 £735,000 Freehold

Westwood Hill SE26 £350,000 Leasehold

This mid terraced property provides excellent scope for improvement and benefits from no onward chain. The house provides spacious accommodation, a private rear garden and is a short walk from both Gipsy Hill and West Dulwich.

This split level purpose built flat provides spacious accommodation throughout, as well as an ideal location. Within minutes of Sydenham and Crystal Palace stations, the flat comes with added benefits of residents parking and no onward chain.

Whitfield Court SE21 £425,000 Leasehold

Tulsemere Road SE27 £900,000 Freehold

This spacious ground floor flat offers 805 sq ft and direct access to communal gardens. The freehold property is within walking distance of both Gipsy Hill and Sydenham Hill stations and benefits from a secure garage.

This period terraced property offers a bright and spacious kitchen/dining room leading onto a spacious reception area and opening to private rear garden. The property benefits from a short walk to West Dulwich and West Norwood and is found in excellent condition throughout.

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CLOSETOPARK Overlooking Bishops Park and the River Thames, this wonderful six bedroom house offers perfect family living


he semi-detached house is fully extended and has floor space of 4,273 sq ft. On the ground floor there is a large bay fronted reception room with oak flooring and a remote controlled gas fire. There is also a boot room (with a separate entrance) and guest cloakroom. The fully fitted kitchen/family room has a walk-in pantry, porcelain tiles, stainless steel worktops, Carrea Marble Island, Gaggenau appliances throughout and sliding doors that open onto the landscaped garden. The property benefits from CAT 6 wiring, Sonas and Lutron lighting in many of the rooms and underfloor heating on the ground and lower ground floors and all the bathrooms. There is a nanny studio with en suite shower room and fully equipped kitchenette as well as a laundry room, plant room, bedroom/gym with en suite shower room and separate office overlooking the light well – all located on the lower ground floor. There is also a spacious cinema/ family room and study area with a covered patio and stairs leading up to the garden.

On the first floor is the superb master suite with views over the park, a balcony, a remote control gas fire, walk-in wardrobe and beautiful bathroom with free standing bath and Dornbracht rain sky shower. A guest bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en suite shower room completes the first floor. The loft conversion and natural second storey rear addition houses three bedrooms, a bathroom and en suite shower room. Stevenage Road is at the western end of the group of roads known as the Alphabet Streets in the Bishops Park area, adjacent to Bishops Park itself and the Thames. The nearest underground station is Putney Bridge (District Line) and there is a choice of bus routes running along the Fulham Palace Road. All the shops, bars, restaurants and other facilities of Fulham are also close by. Stevenage Road, Fulham, London, SW6, ÂŁ3,500 weekly unfurnished, Knight Frank 020 7751 2410


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his substantial six bedroom, double fronted Victorian house has four reception rooms, making it ideal for people who need space. The house is freshly decorated and newly carpeted throughout. It has a sunny south-west facing garden and is in a superb location, in the much sought after Between the Commons area. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and a dressing area. There are another three bathrooms and

four more double bedrooms. In addition there is a nanny suite on the top floor. The house is in a likely catchment area for the highlyrated Honeywell School and is close to train, underground and bus connections to the City and the West End. It is available for rent immediately. Devereux Road, Between the Commons, SW11, ÂŁ1,200 per week, John Thorogood 020 7228 7474

GARDENFLAT Taking up the top two floors of a pretty period house in lower West Putney, this is a superb split-level, twobedroom, garden flat with a private garden. The flat is offered to let on an unfurnished basis. The accommodation comprises a bright and spacious reception room, a fully fitted kitchen off the reception room, a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom, another single bedroom/study with access to the garden and further shower room. Sefton Street is a quiet residential road located moments from the open spaces of Putney Common and a short walk from Putney High Street. Sefton Street, Putney, SW15, ÂŁ1,600 pcm, Warren 020 8780 1100


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MOMENTSFROM THECOMMON This immaculately presented six-bedroom house in the heart of Clapham Old town features period charm combined with modern comfort


he stunning family home is full of character with an abundance of space and light, in a wonderful location moments from the open spaces of Clapham Common and a short walk to Clapham Common underground station. This substantial, double fronted house sits back from the road with a 45ft gated frontage, with great living space in addition to six bedrooms of generous proportions and a beautiful garden. There are three reception rooms and a stylish, contemporary kitchen/dining room/family room which leads onto a well maintained lawned garden on the ground floor. There is also a sizeable cellar with plenty of storage space. The first floor houses three double bedrooms

and two family bathrooms and the second floor also holds three double bedrooms and two modern family bathrooms. As well as the acres of common at Clapham, there is also a village-like atmosphere in the historic Old Town. Clapham South Side is home to many bars and restaurants as well as quiet residential streets near Abbeville Village. The Northern Line provides transport links from Clapham Common and Clapham South into the city and Clapham Junction mainline station provides links across much of the country. Clapham is also well known for its calibre of private and state schools as well as a host of nurseries. Old Town, Clapham, SW4, ÂŁ13,000 per month, Savills 020 3428 2223


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COUNTRY COMMUTABLE A beautiful 17th Century farmhouse, with six bedrooms, four bathrooms and beautiful gardens, in an ideal commuter location


he distinctive and historic property dates back to around 1640. It has substantial living space with landscaped gardens and is just an 18-minute train journey from London Waterloo. The immaculately presented farmhouse is the oldest standing property in Long Ditton and has been lovingly restored and skilfully extended to exacting standards to provide a superb home ideal for modern day living. A sweeping gated driveway offers a picturesque entrance and leads to an oak framed triple garage and a courtyard with ample additional parking space. Above the garage a spacious studio makes an ideal workspace or hobby room.  A rose-covered walkway leads to the oldest part of the house with an enclosed porch opening into the charming sitting/ dining room with an original inglenook fireplace and exposed beams. The spacious bespoke kitchen/breakfast room with a 4-oven AGA, large island and a dining area opening onto the garden, is a cook’s dream and the heart of the home.  A stunning double height conservatory

with a gallery opens off the kitchen and links to the media room and a separate guest bedroom with an en suite. The ground floor also includes a cosy family room with original beams and fireplace, a sizeable study, plus a utility room, boot room, store room and cloakroom. Upstairs the master suite with dressing room and ‘his & hers’ bathrooms has been beautifully restored to highlight the original timbers and fireplace. There are four more bright and spacious bedrooms and a generous family bathroom. The house is set in established landscaped gardens surrounded by mature trees and shrubs which provide seclusion and privacy. The Old Farmhouse is one of the most beautiful properties in the Surbiton area, offering a countryside feel whilst only just over a mile from Surbiton station with frequent fast services to Waterloo.  There is an excellent selection of both state and private schools in the area including Shrewsbury House, Surbiton High School, St Andrew’s and St Mark’s, Weston Green and Kingston Grammar.

‘A sweeping gated driveway offers a picturesque entrance’

Ditton Hill, Surbiton, Surrey, KT6, £2,495,000, Knight Frank 01372 888582


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SETTO IMPRESS The Old House is a Grade ll star listed, midterraced property located in the very heart of sought-after Higham Ferrers


his superb house, which is in a conservation area, directly overlooks the historic market square which contains many fine historic buildings. The Old House is believed to be one of the oldest buildings in this market town, as it dates back to circa 1580. It has been lovingly restored whilst retaining the majority of its superb original features. The fine original oak front door opens into a welcoming hallway with original open fireplace. The impressive main reception room has a leaded glass bay window to the front, an amazing inglenook fireplace and beamed ceiling. The separate panelled dining room has another original carved inglenook, bay window and beamed ceiling. To the rear is a country style kitchen/breakfast room with Aga and another inglenook. There is also a separate breakfast room which leads to the rear garden. To the rear of the ground floor is a guest double bedroom with en suite shower room. This bedroom and the breakfast room could, if required, be separated to create an annexe.

On the first floor are four double bedrooms, two to the front overlooking the square, each with their own en suite shower or bathrooms and two double bedrooms to the rear of the house both with an en suite shower room. There is also a separate WC and spacious laundry room. A delightful walled courtyard garden is a quiet haven with mature shrubs and planting that leads to a rear lane with parking. The A45 bypasses the town to the north providing fast access to the M1 (junction 15) at Northampton 18 miles away and the A14 at Thrapston is approximately 12 miles. The A6 links the town south to Bedfordshire. Rushden Lakes is also close by, offering superb shopping, dining and leisure facilities as well as a Waitrose supermarket. Wellingborough station is just 6 miles away with fast rail links to London St Pancras, taking approximately one hour.

‘It has been lovingly restored whilst retaining the majority of its superb original features’

The Old House, Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire, £760,000, Fine and Country Northampton 01604 309030


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THE Georgian townhouses GEORGIAN TOWN HOUSE, BRIDGE STREET, PERSHORE FROM £245,000 TO £270,000

WHO DOESN’T DREAM OF A SECOND HOME TUCKED AWAY IN A BEAUTIFUL COTSWOLD TOWN SURROUNDED BY ROLLING COUNTRYSIDE WITH GREAT BARS AND RESTAURANTS FOR EVENING ENTERTAINMENT? The big problem is that the Cotswold hotspots are amongst the most desirable areas of England and priced accordingly. A two-bedroom cottage in an idyllic village can easily cost an arm and a leg. So it is great news that in Pershore, property is more affordable and Connells is selling six luxurious apartments in a handsome double-fronted Georgian house for prices starting at only £245,000. The flats are ideal lock-up-and-leave homes, perfect for weekend get-aways and even better as a base for a week or a two-week holiday in this enchanting area of England. Pershore is on the northern fringes of the Cotswolds and on a direct train route from Paddington. The apartments are just a five-minute taxi drive from the station. The market town’s desirability is endorsed by celebrities, who have chosen to buy here, including Toyah Willcox and Stella McCartney.

The unspoiled town, famed for Georgian architecture and the magnificent Abbey is on the River Avon offering great fishing for Roach, Chub and Barbels. It is also ideal walking, cycling and horse riding country. Pershore has many independent shops and welcoming pubs and restaurants. It has an arts centre with a theatre, cinema and gallery, as well as a sports centre with swimming pool, solarium and fitness room. The apartments have been crafted from the fine Georgian house standing on the main street by developers Blue Horizon. A grand entrance door leads into a communal entrance hall with black and white tiling, panelled walls and period Georgian style skirting boards and picture rails. Each twobedroom apartment has generous sized rooms with great views out of the original windows.

CONNELLS WARNDON VILLAGES, WORCESTER 3 Lyppard Grange Ankerage Green, The Lyppards, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR4 0DZ warndonvillages@connells.co.uk CONNELLS.CO.UK

At the rear of the building there is a landscaped communal terrace, with gazibo. The property also has an electric car charging point of its own. JEMMA PHILLIPS, NEW HOMES AREA MANAGER FROM CONNELLS, SAYS: “The development is very respectful of the historic building and the apartments are perfect for second homes, weekends away and holidays. They are also very lettable for the week’s when the owners don’t want to use their properties. “Although it is a beautiful town Pershore has not been overtaken by tourists and the excellent restaurants such as the Belle House is not booked up weeks in advance as other happens in better known Cotswold towns. There is a carnival, a jazz festival and a plum festival every year featuring the famous Pershore Plum.


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Depth of Character

Guide Price £600,000

This attractive five bedroomed Grade II listed Northamptonshire stone cottage, set under a Norfolk Reed Thatch, is situated in the heart of Orlingbury enjoying views of the village Church. The large interior at over 2400 sq feet defies initial impression from the exterior. Orlingbury enjoys a picturesque church and village pub whilst Wellingborough and Kettering are a short drive away, their respective railways lines connect with London St Pancras in under an hour. EPC RATING: EXEMPT Northampton Road, Orlingbury Kettering 01536 417888

The Manor House

OIEO £900,000

A beautiful, architecturally inspiring six bedroomed Grade II* listed Manor House situated in grounds in the region of 0.8 acres, within one of Northamptonshire’s fine villages. London St Pancras International can be reached in under an hour via Kettering or Wellingborough, both within easy reach. The walled and gated front garden has parking for seven vehicles, garaging for two/three cars and magnificent gardens. EPC EXEMPT Orlingbury Road, Great Harrowden Kettering 01536 417888

Only 60 minutes by train to London ◆ Offices in Corby ◆ Kettering ◆ Market Harborough

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168 Lavender Hill, Battersea SW11  020 7801 1111  battersea@foxtons.co.uk www.foxtons.co.uk

Balham 73-79 Balham High Road, Balham SW12  020 8772 8000  balham@foxtons.co.uk www.foxtons.co.uk

140 Northcote Road SW11  020 7228 7474  sales@john-thorogood.co.uk www.john-thorogood.co.uk

11–13 Bedford Hill, Balham SW12  020 8618 2013  balham@hamptons-int.com www.hamptons.co.uk

98–100 Northcote Road, SW11  020 7411 9965  battersea@hamptons-int.com www.hamptons.co.uk

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Sales – 8-11 Station Road, Balham SW12  020 8675 6565  info@jacksonsestateagents.com www.jacksonsestateagents.com

108 Northcote Road, SW11  020 7228 2666  sbc@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk

Lettings – 115 Balham High Road SW12  020 8675 6565  info@jacksonsestateagents.com www.jacksonsestateagents.com Sales & Lettings – 120 Balham High Road SW12  020 8772 9373  sales.balham@lauristons.com  lettings.balham@lauristons.com www.lauristons.com Lettings - 80 Balham High Road SW12  020 8675 5050  balham@palacegatesestates.co.uk www.palacegatesestates.co.uk

242 Battersea Park Road, SW11  020 7924 1944  sbp@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk 7a Albion Riverside, Hester Road, Battersea Park, SW11  020 3597 7670  battersea@knightfrank.co.uk www.knightfrank.co.uk

Knight Frank

Knight Frank Riverside, 7a Albion Riverside, 8 Hester Road SW11  020 3597 7670  matthew.smith@knightfrank.co.uk

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45 Balham Hill SW12  020 8673 4377  balham_sales@marshandparsons.co.uk www.marshandparsons.co.uk

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Sales & Lettings – 172 Lavender Hill, SW11  020 7978 5800  sales.battersea@lauristons.com  lettings.battersea@lauristons.com www.laursitons.com


Lettings - 134 Northcote Road SW11  020 7978 4404  battersea@palacegateestates.co.uk www.palacegateestates.co.uk

48 Barnes High Street, SW13  020 3728 2288  barnes@foxtons.co.uk

238a Battersea Park Road SW11  020 3402 1900  battersea@savills.com www.savills.com


Knight Frank

56 Barnes High Street, London SW13  020 3371 3130  barnes@knightfrank.com www.knightfrank.com

Savills Waterfront, 62-64 Battersea Bridge Road, SW11  fmoynihan@savills.com www.savills.co.uk/waterfront

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73-75 Church Street SW13  020 8563 8333  barnes_sales@marshandparsons.co.uk www.marshandparsons.co.uk

Savills Blue C100 M76 Y12 K68 Savills Grey C40 M10 Y0 K70 (25%)

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52 Barnes High Street SW13  020 8939 6900  barnes@savills.com www.savills.com



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Unit C1 Vista, 346 Queenstown Road, London SW8  020 3642 9711  battersea@knightfrank.co.uk www.knightfrank.co.uk


198 Lavender Hill, Battersea SW11  020 7924 2777  manager.battersea@bairstowevescountrywide.co.uk www.bairstoweves.co.uk 21 Battersea Square SW11  020 7771 7100  battersea@first-union.co.uk www.first-union.co.uk

Stone C11 M13 Y30 K32 White Background colour: Savills Grey C40 M10 Y0 K70

Battersea & Nine Elms

Battersea 280/278 Battersea Park Road, SW11  020 7228 2629  battersea@acquireestateagents.co.uk

29 Battersea Square SW11  020 7924 3130  info@thresherowen.co.uk www.thresherowen.co.uk

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506–508 Brixton Road, Brixton SW9  020 7704 5757  brixton@foxtons.co.uk www.foxtons.co.uk

29 BATTERSEA SQUARE LONDON SW11 3RA Tel: +44 (0) 20 - 7924 - 3130 Email: info@thresherowen.co.uk Web: www.thresherowen.co.uk

400-402 Coldharbour Lane, London SW9  020 8846 2320  brixton_sales@marshandparsons.co.uk www.marshandparsons.co.uk


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39 Dulwich Village, Dulwich Village SE21  020 3280 3519  dulwichvillage.sales@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk

Crystal Palace 26 Westow Hill, Crystal Palace SE19  020 8772 8080  crystalpalace@foxtons.co.uk www.foxtons.co.uk


107-109 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich SE22  020 3280 3523  eastdulwich.sales@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk

Clapham 140 Northcote Road SW11  020 7228 7474  sales@john-thorogood.co.uk www.john-thorogood.co.uk 27-31 The Pavement SW4  020 7498 8686  clapham@hamptons-int.com

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2 Barry Parade, Barry Road SE22  020 8299 3021  post@roybrooks.co.uk www.roybrooks.co.uk



Sales – 30 The Pavement, Clapham SW4  020 3700 8555  scc@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk

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390-392 Garratt Lane, Earlsfield SW18  020 8963 5100  earlsfield@foxtons.co.uk www.foxtons.co.uk

44 Abbeville Road, Clapham SW4  020 3280 3514  clapham.sales@kfh.co.uk

372-374 Garratt Lane SW18  020 8971 7070  info@jacksonsestateagents.com www.jacksonsestateagents.com


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Sales – 11 The Polygon SW4  020 3667 6750  robert.french@knightfrank.com www.knightfrank.com

517-519 Garratt Lane, Earlsfield SW18  020 3280 3521  earlsfield.sales@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk

Lettings – 11 The Polygon SW4  020 3667 6756  anna.czaban@knightfrank.com www.knightfrank.com

Lettings – 334 Garratt Lane, SW18  020 3280 3522  earlsfield.lettings@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk

28 Old Town SW4  020 7501 3666  clapham_sales@marshandparsons.co.uk www.marshandparsons.co.uk

Lettings - 370 Garratt Lane SW18  020 8879 6205  earlsfield@palacegateestates.co.uk www.palacegateestates.co.uk

Lettings - 1 The Polygon SW4  020 7720 5588  clapham@palacegateestates.co.uk www.palacegateestates.co.uk 131 Northcote Road SW11  020 7228 5111  battersea@ramptonbaseley.com www.ramptonbaseley.com


East Dulwich

57 Nightingale Lane SW12  020 8673 9278  rchatwin@savills.com www.savills.com 1-3 Old Town SW4  020 7627 5566  clapham@sheratonlaw.com www.sheratonlaw.com



East Sheen 298a Upper Richmond Rd W, SW14  020 8018 7777  mrandall@savills.com www.savills.com

Coombe Hill 259 Coombe Lane SW20  020 8947 9393  hani@coomberesidential.com www.coomberesidential.com 360 Coombe Lane, Wimbledon SW20  020 8947 9833  enquiries@robertholmes.co.uk www.robertholmes.co.uk


94 Park Hall Road, West Dulwich SE21  020 3319 3900  wendy@petermans.co.uk www.petermans.co.uk

Dulwich Village 29-35 Lordship Lane, Dulwich SE22  020 8613 6200  dulwich@foxtons.co.uk www.foxtons.co.uk


Herne Hill 63-65 Herne Hill SE24  020 7733 5454  wendy@petermans.co.uk www.petermans.co.uk 236 Railton Road SE24  020 7501 8950  hernehill@winkworth.co.uk www.winkworth.co.uk


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181-183 Kennington Lane, SE11  020 7840 3205  kennington@atkinsonmcleod.com www.atkinsonmcleod.com 292-294 Kennington Road, SE11  ske@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk

Station Buildings, Coombe Lane SW20  020 3542 2000  srp@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk


Richmond 27a The Quadrant, Richmond TW9  020 8973 2700  richmond@foxtons.co.uk www.foxtons.co.uk

Sales & Lettings – 345a Kennington Road SE11  020 7385 2296  sales.kennington@lauristons.com  lettings.kennington@lauristons.com www.lauristons.com Sales – 299 Kennington Road SE11  020 7587 0600 kennington@winkworth.co.uk www.winkworth.co.uk

Knight Frank

Lettings – 299 Kennington Road SE11  020 7587 0600 kennington@winkworth.co.uk www.winkworth.co.uk




Southfields 251-251b Wimbledon Park Road SW19  020 8871 9655  southfields.sales@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk

173-177 Clarence Street, Kingston KT1  020 8879 2121  kingston@foxtons.co.uk www.foxtons.co.uk




Streatham 82 Streatham High Road, Streatham SW16  020 8150 5400  streatham@foxtons.co.uk www.foxtons.co.uk

145 Evelina Road, Nunhead SE15  020 3206 3063  post@roybrooks.co.uk www.roybrooks.co.uk


1-3 De Montfort Parade, Streatham High Road, SW16  020 8677 9900  info@jacksonsestateagents.com www.jacksonsestateagents.com

Putney 175 Putney High Street, Putney SW15  020 8355 1000  putney@foxtons.co.uk www.foxtons.co.uk

1 Leigham Court Road, SW16  020 8769 8744  sst@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk

1 Putney Hill, Putney SW15  020 3280 3545  putneyhill.sales@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk 81-83 Lower Richmond Road, West Putney SW15  020 3280 3558  westputney.sales@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk

46-50 Streatham Hill, Streatham, London SW2  020 8769 6699  streatham@winkworth.co.uk www.winkworth.co.uk



Sales & Lettings – 188 Upper Richmond Road SW15  020 8780 8780  sales.putney@lauristons.com  lettings.putney@lauristons.com www.lauristons.com

47-49 Mitcham Road, SW17  020 3728 2150  tooting@foxtons.co.uk www.foxtons.co.uk

198 Upper Richmond Road SW15  020 8780 6111  cbell@savills.com www.savills.com

58-60 Tooting High Street, SW17  020 8767 1400  sto@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk

194 Upper Richmond Road SW15  020 8780 1100  sales@warrenputney.co.uk www.warrenputney.co.uk 139 Lower Richmond Road SW15  020 8780 1100  lettings@warrenputney.co.uk www.warrenputney.co.uk 196 Upper Richmond Road SW15  020 8788 9295  putney@winkworth.co.uk www.winkworth.co.uk

23 Hill Street, Richmond upon Thames TW9  020 8939 2800  richmond@knightfrank.com www.knightfrank.com 40-42 Hill Rise, London  020 8614 9100  mgthompson@savills.com www.savills.com

29-31 Upper Tooting Rd, London SW17  020 8767 3655  tooting_sales@marshandparsons.co.uk www.marshandparsons.co.uk


Tooting Bec 26 Tooting Bec Road, Tooting SW17  020 8767 0522  info@jacksonsestateagents.com www.jacksonsestateagents.com


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12 Huguenot Place SW17  020 8877 4810  rchatwin@savills.com www.savills.com

Wandsworth 370 Old York Road SW18  020 8480 4444  wandsworthtown@first-union.co.uk www.first-union.co.uk


West Dulwich

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507 Old York Road SW18  020 8875 8899  info@jacksonsestateagents.com www.jacksonsestateagents.com


94 Park Hall Road, West Dulwich SE21  020 3319 3900  ben.moser@petermans.co.uk www.petermans.co.uk

Wandsworth – Between the Commons

113 Rosendale Road, West Dulwich SE21  020 3280 3556  westdulwich.sales@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk

140 Northcote Road SW11  020 7228 7474  sales@john-thorogood.co.uk www.john-thorogood.co.uk 26 Bellevue Road, SW17  020 8682 7777  wandsworth@knightfrank.com www.knightfrank.com

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Knight Frank


Wimbledon 49 Wimbledon Hill Road, SW19  020 8944 4000  swm@kfh.co.uk www.kfh.co.uk

98–100 Northcote Road, SW11  020 7411 9965  battersea@hamptons-int.com www.hamptons.co.uk

Hampton House, High Street, SW19  020 8946 0081  wimbledon@hamptons-int.com www.hamptons.co.uk

118 Northcote Road SW11  020 7728 9292  batteresa_sales@marshandparsons.co.uk www.marshandparsons.co.uk 131 Northcote Road SW11  020 7228 5111  battersea@ramptonbaseley.com www.ramptonbaseley.com 99 Northcote Road, SW11  020 3428 2222  rchatwin@savills.com www.savills.com

Knight Frank

81 High Street SW19  020 8946 0026  dominic.pasqua@knightfrank.com www.knightfrank.com Sales & Lettings – 53 Wimbledon Hill Road, Wimbledon SW19  020 8946 9468  sales.wimbledon@lauristons.com  lettings.wimbledon@lauristons.com www.lauristons.com

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Wandsworth Common 19 Bellevue Road SW17  020 8767 7711  wandsworth@carterjonas.co.uk www.carterjonas.co.uk 34 Bellevue Road SW17  020 8767 2222  bellevueroad@rymer-irens.com www.rymer-irens.com

Knight Frank

26 Bellevue Road, SW17  020 8682 7777  wandsworth@knightfrank.com www.knightfrank.com Sales & Lettings – 30 Bellevue Road SW17  020 3846 0999  wandsworthsales@ramptonbaseley.com  wandsworthlettings@ramptonbaseley.com www.ramptonbaseley.com

New Homes – 53 Wimbledon Hill Road Wimbledon SW19  020 8879 9099  newhomes@lauristons.com www.lauristons.com 35 High Street SW19  020 8947 9833  enquiries@robertholmes.co.uk www.robertholmes.co.uk Lettings - 11-13 Church Street SW19  020 8870 9669  rentalenquiries@robertholmes.co.uk www.robertholmes.co.uk 1 High Street SW19  020 8971 8111  jmorrison@savills.com www.savills.com


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LAST WORD Diana Wormal, Partner, Knight Frank Wimbledon Describe your property career to date. I worked for a friend’s father who owned a small estate agency in Northcote Road, Clapham, back in the 80s. It made me realise that this was the business I wanted to be involved in. I moved into an agent in Wimbledon Village in 1986, and then joined Knight Frank in 1997. I just love being out and about, meeting so many people and seeing all sorts of different properties. There is still a thrill in finding the perfect house for a buyer and seeing how much pleasure their chosen property can give the whole family. What do you enjoy most about your job and what have been the highlights? Selling the Old Rectory. It was such a special house of historical importance and a major highlight for me professionally. More recently, I was thrilled to be awarded the accolade of Best Regional Sales Negotiator – one of the top two in Knight Frank’s London offices! Describe the biggest challenges. In this difficult market, our challenge remains providing the best advice to clients and reminding buyers that London, and particularly the South West areas, remain a great investment and wonderful place to live. What advice would you give to anyone considering a career in estate agency? Make sure you have vast resources of patience,

energy, resourcefulness, are prepared to listen and understand your customer’s needs and of course to work very long and sometimes unsociable hours. However, the upside of this industry is the camaraderie in the office as well as the long-term relationships made with your customers. What advice do you have for homebuyers in the current market? Make sure you have your finance approved in principle, so that if your offer is accepted you are able to proceed to an exchange of contracts as quickly as possible. Hina Bhudia from Knight Frank Finance has performed miracles for many of my customers, obtaining the lowest interest rates and finding solutions where needed. What sets south London apart? We are fortunate enough to live near more green, public spaces than residents of any other part of London. This perhaps makes for a more relaxed atmosphere in a London environment and ‘villages’ such as Wimbledon, Barnes and Dulwich create a unique atmosphere and a sense of community. The schools here both State and Private are, in the main, outstanding with plenty of choice and we are so lucky to be able to ride a horse on the Common and into Richmond Park and yet also be up in Central London and the City so quickly, with a choice of Tube and Mainline station.

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What do you think lies ahead for the south London market? Across London, the market has been challenging over the past two years but South West London has remained relatively resilient and I believe it will remain as popular as ever, with education so high on everyone’s priority list. Knight Frank predicts a return to steady growth by 2020. Recent highs, recent lows? High: Being taken to lunch at Chewton Glen by very happy clients, who have become good friends. Low: Accidentally sitting on well-known journalist’s extremely small dog when valuing their house and unsurprisingly, not winning the instruction. What is your top location south of the river? Wimbledon of course! Watching a spectacular sunset from the terrace of Hotel Du Vin overlooking Cannizaro Park is pretty unbeatable and being a part of the buzz around the Village during the Tennis fortnight is such fun. If you were not an estate agent, what career would you choose and why? I would have very much liked to train as a speech therapist. To be able to help people to communicate with each other and the world around them would be hugely rewarding.

This handsome period detached house has been the subject of major renovation and extension creating a practical yet contemporary family home with great kerb appeal. Located near Wimbledon Village High Street and accessible to stations and Common. Guide price £5,000,000

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This Summer get back to what you love sooner by selling or letting with Knight Frank. Knight Frank Clapham 11 The Polygon London SW4 0JG 020 8022 6116 clapham@knightfrank.com @sw4property

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