There is something for everyone in our Easter newsletter. We launch our first
Easter competition with Sweet Tooth Tours and interview its founder, Lynne
Staartjes. James Bailey, Chief Executive of Henry & James comments on the
recent Spring Statement and Beatrix Potter’s London life is revealed as the new
Peter Rabbit movie hits cinemas. Will London see a flurry of snow over the Bank
Holiday Weekend? Time will tell. For now, we wish you a very Happy Easter
from Henry & James.
This month’s newsletter is actionpacked.
We look at the hottest interior design
trends for 2018. We pick the 10 best jewellery shops across Belgravia and
Chelsea, for the royal wedding. And as Gary Oldman wins leading actor in the
Darkest Hour at this week’s BAFTAs, we discover where prime ministers choose
to call home. It’s all included in Henry & James’ February newsletter.
It’s a new year, a new start and for many a new home. 2018 offers an exciting
year ahead with the royal baby due in April, the World Cup kicks off in June and
Prince Harry & Meghan Markle get married on May 19.
For now, we look at our property predictions for the year ahead. We reveal 10
gadgets from smart fridges to robot vacuum cleaners. For food lovers, there is a
20% discount on breakfast, lunch and dinner at The Alfred Tennyson and we go
behind the scenes in Eaton Square, where a Georgian gem has been transformed
into a modern masterpiece.
The Christmas countdown has begun. In less than four days, Santa will be sliding
down chimneys across London and around the world. You might spot his
reindeers parked on the many roofs in the capital with the elves on standby to
deliver the Christmas goodies. But before the big day, we pick our favourite
properties of 2017, share our lastminute
Christmas gift guide and announce the
winner of our first festive giveaway at this magical time of the year.
Have you heard the good news? We will be launching our new website soon. It is
currently being developed, but will have new features, reviews and tips to keep
your house ontrend.
In the meantime, we talk to Caroline Carver, the rally driver
and author about her new book. We ask can music help to sell your home and we
pick the streets to watch in 2018. Many of them you may recognise, while others
are hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Join us for a journey through Belgravia
and the capital. It’s all included in our November Henry & James newsletter.
This month, we go on location to discover where Skyfall, Downton Abbey and
Sherlock Holmes were filmed in London. We reveal what next for house prices
after investors put a period of uncertainty behind them. And our Property of the
Month is a lateral living Eaton Square apartment that has all the panache to fit in
the latest Kingsman movie. It's all included in our October newsletter.
Welcome to our first Royal Special. As Kate and William share their baby news, we celebrate London's royal past and present. Here you will find palatial properties in royal stomping grounds. London's hidden Mail Rail opens for tours beneath the capital, whizzing through tunnels and stalactites. And James Bailey, Chief Executive of Henry & James, comments on the signs of a resurgence and stability in the Royal Borough.VIEW
Welcome to the August newsletter. This month, we talk to the experts: James Bailey, Chief Executive of Henry & James, reveals the future of Belgrave Square with new opportunities for buyers and developers. Steve Cook, Head of Lettings & Management, talks about the surge of students looking to let in London and we launch our new renovation guide with tips on adding space and value to your home.VIEW
We have an action-packed newsletter coming up. This month, James Bailey explains why now is the right time to buy in London. Our Meet the Neighbours star Matthew Wright talks about his love of London and the funniest guests on his TV programme. We look at how to land the best mortgage and we launch our Grape Escape Guide on Belgravia's best wine bars.VIEW
Welcome to the June newsletter. This month, we reveal how the right smell can help sell your home. We discover the perfect Chelsea hideaway in the backstreets of SW3. And share some of the secrets of buying off-market properties. But what's next for the London house market after the General Election? James Bailey, Chief Executive of Henry & James, comments on Britain's hung parliament.VIEW
Welcome to our latest newsletter. Here we meet Charlie Clements who shot to fame on the BBC and is now starring in a popular Radio 4 play. We launch a new series, showcasing the hottest shops in the area. This month: as the election rapidly approaches, James Bailey asks whether you should buy now or wait until after June 8. So, be one of the first to find out about new properties, trends and tips from our experts.VIEW
In less than two months, Britain will go to the polls. Theresa May has called for a General Election to be held of June 8. Here we consider the impact and implications of the election. One of our most unusual homes in over 60 years is on the market: a £7.5m Kensington church conversion. And we launch our new London Living Guide. It's all included in our April newsletter with news, views and the best homes for sale across Belgravia, Kensington and Chelsea.VIEW
We have an action-packed newsletter this month. We share our insights before Theresa May triggers Article 50 on March 29. Christine McVie from Fleetwood Mac talks about her love of London. And James Bailey launches our London investment guide for entrepreneurs, landlords and those with a passion for property.VIEW
Welcome to the February Henry & James newsletter. This month, we feature one of our biggest stars for Meet the Neighbours: Alex Polizzi, The Hotel Insepctor. We reveal hotspots to invest in across Belgravia, Kensington and Chelsea. And report on a growing trend of specialist buyers investing in short-lease properties across the capital.VIEW
A new year means a new start, new goals and for many a new home. It is traditionally a time of optimism and we are feeling confident that the central London property market is on an upward trajectory, after a busy January.VIEW