The buzz continues loudly around our ever improving area and this is firmly demonstrated in some recent high profile examples.
The first of these is the Town House Mews development in Goldhawk Road. This impressive property was formerly a Virgin studio, where many well-known artists made their recordings, but was converted into an outstanding development of 12 very stylish and bespoke Townhouses. Only 4 of these elegant and wonderful homes now remain such is their obvious appeal.
The second example is the huge BBC Television Centre project, where more than 130 of the first 164 flats to go on the market already have buyers. This is ahead of the official launch, due to take place in the spring of next year, when a total of 450 homes inside the famous building will be put on sale to the wider international market.
London Mayor Boris Johnson said, “This development is a key part of the exciting mass regeneration of White City and is delivering much-needed new homes. It’s vitally important that people can purchase property near their places of work and I commend Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo for rightly offering homes to Londoners first.”
David Camp, chief executive of Stanhope, said, “We are delighted that Londoners have bought into our vision for Television Centre to be a vibrant and dynamic community in which to live, work and visit and a new centre of gravity for London within the wider £7bn regeneration of White City.”
There is no doubt that it is a buyers’ market at moment and if you are looking to sell you really do need “proper estate agent advice”. Essentially, this means instructing one that is highly knowledgeable and has the expertise and ability in these current conditions to securely keep a chain together…just as we at Kerr & Co. has and does. Yes, now of course we would say that wouldn’t we, but that’s because it is true and we have the testimonials to prove it!