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.
- In this month’s newsletter, our Neighbour of the Month is Alan Titchmarsh. He is about to appear in a new Channel 5 television series, but we caught up with him in-between filming.
- You can learn how to maximise your returns with our new mini-guide for Landlords.
- And James Bailey explains why the London property market is set for growth as international elections loom. It’s all included in our latest update.
Two celebrity chefs, a gothic castle, a Chelsea penthouse and the ultimate Christmas gift guide. Our December newsletter is our best round-up of 2016.
In the festive spirit, Michel Roux Jr and Anton Mosimann (OBE) share their favourite Christmas recipes. We announce our Property of the Year. And if you are thinking of putting your house on the market in January, we have the latest news on property prices. Enjoy our Christmas bulletin. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Donald Trump’s victory may have taken the world by surprise this month, but there is no shortage of interest in the Belgravia property market. This autumn has seen an upsurge in house-hunters and there is plenty to share in our November newsletter. Here’s what coming up:
- Why it’s time to reduce stamp duty
- A Georgian gem for sale in the heart of St John’s Wood
- Celebrity news and gossip
- Market movements in the capital
- Plus the occasional surprise
It has been full steam ahead at Henry & James this autumn. A renewed interest has returned to the market, the mood is upbeat and we had 7 offers in one week alone.
In this month’s newsletter, our neighbour will need no introduction to tennis fans: Annabel Croft, the former British No. 1 female tennis player reveals the most beautiful player she has ever watched. You can also find out about the history of The Wiltons with our new guide.View
Autumn in Belgravia is a magical time and, this year, as well as the leaves on the turn, there is a warm post-Olympics glow in the air. And here’s what’s coming up in our September newsletter:
- Take a sneak peek inside a multi-million pound Chelsea mansion on the market for the first time in 40 years
- Find out about a flat that we showed eight times in just over an hour, and discover the best streets to invest in across Belgravia
- You can also meet Tracy Metro, Channel 5’s new House Doctor. It’s all in this month’s newsletter.
Did all the madcap political events of June and July really happen – one of the most dramatic periods in living memory? It has all been a bit surreal, but the Bank of England is steadying the economy.
There is plenty going on in Belgravia this month, too. In our latest newsletter, a sporting theme coincides with the Rio Olympics from cricket to horse-racing. You can also read tips on how to achieve the best asking prices in the post-Brexit market and find out about living near some of the best schools. And you will love our new property of the month. It was once owned by the Voice of Racing.View
Nobody is likely to forget June 2016 or forget where they were when they heard that Britain voted to leave the EU. But now we are looking to the future. July’s newsletter, appropriately, has something of a political flavour. Harold Macmillan plays a cameo role, in a new column entitled Great Belgravians and we will tell you about Neville Chamberlain, who used to live in Eaton Square. Yet there’s more to life than politics, so we tune up for the Proms, reveal Belgravia’s hottest summer properties and update you on market movements in the capital. It’s all in our latest newsletter. You’ll be first to hear about the latest trends and property news across Belgravia.View
London is a hive of activity. The Queen has just celebrated her 90th birthday on The Mall. The capital is alive with the excitement of the Brexit vote on June 23. And the lettings market is thriving in central London. In this month’s newsletter, you can read James Bailey’s (Henry & James’ Chief Executive) take on the EU referendum. Keep up to date with market movements, find out how much your house is worth, and read about a Belgravia church that was built for less than £5,000. It’s all included in our June Henry & James newsletter.View
May must be one of the best months to visit and live in the capital. The warmer weather signals the beginning of the Chelsea Flower Show, which usually kick-starts the great London summer. It will be a busy time, with the EU referendum debate drawing closer, and our rental department is booming.
And this month, we interview Batman’s butler, Gotham’s Alfred Pennyworth, update you on property market movements and find properties for sale near hidden pubs that you probably never knew existed. It’s all included in the latest Henry & James newsletter.View
We have an action-packed newsletter for you this month. Read the latest on Ben Saunders, polar explorer. You might have seen him around London, but he is more likely to be spotted trekking across Antarctica. Our history of well-known London streets burrows deep undergound, into some of the spookiest parts of the capital. We will also be revealing London’s top 10 garden squares, showcasing a property refurbished by leading Italian designers and tipping you off about an event that might just transform your home.