This lovely 3-bed family home just off Teddington High Street provides easy access to all local amenities, including Teddington Railway Station (5 mins walk away), library (across the road) swimming pool and gym (5 mins) as well as numerous bus routes, excellent schools, shops, cafes and supermarkets, and Bushy Park and the river Thames on
An average home in the capital now averages £650,000 – despite slower house price rises and imminent Article 50 trigger. Record house prices in the capital are being bolstered by increased demand in mid- and lower-priced outer London boroughs. Read more in this fascinating article from ES Property.
With the rise of online estate agents you can now save money by showing your home yourself. For some people this is a major plus – who knows your home better than you do? Conducting a viewing means you’re able to highlight its best attributes, speak from personal experience and, hopefully, ensure a quick sale.
Teddington was nominated as one of the best places to live by The Sunday Times this weekend who labelled the suburb as “a good compromise between the capital and the countryside.” Fittingly our Property of the Week is a stunning two double bedroom apartment in Teddington which has uninterrupted river views from all the principal
Online agency YOPA expects a turnover of £4m to £8m this year. In this interview in Management Today Daniel Attia YOPA’s founder says: “At the moment, online is about 5-6% of the market. We want to see that grow to at least 25-30% over the next three to four years.” YOPA, like Edward Giles Online,
Our property of the week is the perfect example of the latest Scandi trend: Lagom. Loosely translated as ‘not to little, not too much’ this trend is all about creating balance within your life. This perfectly proportioned detached house on Hampton High Street is the perfect example of the trend. Just moments away from the