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Ealing W5

Project details Carl’s family home is located within a short stroll to Lammas Park, which features tennis and netball courts and junior and adult football pitches. With the Grange Primary School and South Ealing underground station a short stroll away the residents of this property were determined to stay put and a basement conversion provided…

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Queen’s Park NW6

Project details This family home is located within walking distance to Kilburn Road railway station, Kilburn Park underground station, Paddington Recreation Ground and the 395 lush acres of Regent’s Park, which was designed by John Nash and features London’s largest collection of roses. Unlikely to find a larger property in the same area, Robert and…

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Bishop’s Park SW6

Project details This desirable property is located in an enviable position for Craven Cottage fans. It’s also only a hop and skip away from the banks of the Thames, the verdant tranquillity of Bishop’s Park and local shops and thriving restaurants are within walking distance. The owners were adamant that they would remain in their…

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Parson’s Green, SW6

Project details Parson’s Green has retained its delightful ‘village feel’ and features a wide choice of independent local shops, restaurants and bars. Lisa’s desirable house is only a hop, skip and jump away from the tranquillity of Eel Brook Common and Chelsea’s King’s Road and Fulham Road are both within walking distance. Lisa and her…

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Fulham SW6

Project details Moving out of their ideal home in Fulham, located within walking distance to Bishop’s Park and Munster Road’s eclectic mix of local shops and trendy restaurants was not an option for Francesco and Caroline. With no time for house hunting due to hectic careers in finance and education and to avoid unsettling their…

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Twickenham TW1

Project details These two adjacent properties are located in a peaceful crescent in the much sought after area of St Margaret’s and within walking distance to the railway station, the banks of the Thames and Richmond via a pedestrian overpass. Neighbours Kerrie and Helena had no intention of re locating and decided to embark on…

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