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Nifty storage spaces and artisanal woodwork make for a modern period conversion in a former car manufactory in Regent’s Park

BBC Radio 2 DJ and TV presenter Jo Whiley opens her doors to show you how to create a Glastonbury-style vibe

Prime your patio

Saturday, June 24, 2017

It’s not too late to perk up your summer patio with some last-minute pots of colour

The Council of Mortgage Lenders has revised down its buy to let forecast for next year as first time buyers prop up the mortgage market

Buying a home in Camden will cost you 11 times average earnings in the area, but it’s still the tenth most affordable borough in London

Premiering just one week after the devastating fire at Grenfell Tower, Paul Sng’s prescient documentary explores the dire state of the nation’s social housing crisis

Sales in London have taken the biggest dive in the country according to Lloyds Bank, but with HMRC painting a different picture experts warn to take the numbers with a pinch of salt

Tom Ford and Damien Hirst might hide away behind the iconic Stucco frontage of the Nash Terraces, but out in the open Londoners mingle with tourists, geese and budding athletes amongst the green space

Snap them up before they’re gone; two five bedroom penthouses and a stucco fronted Nash Terrace home are in our top three for Regent’s Park

Think you know Highgate? Take our quiz to discover how well you really know the hill

One in four homes with a £1 million plus price tag are being sold under the radar in London as sellers try to avoid looking desperate on the internet

Will a post-Brexit London become the new Little Red Dot as multimillionaires use it as a launching pad for Europe?

Make the most of the sunshine with our round up of the best homes with swimming pools on the market in Hampstead, Highgate and St John’s Wood

Demand for property in Camden has supposedly fallen to 16.09 per cent in the spring, making it the eighth worst performing borough in London. But falling rates of sale don’t equate to falling demand say experts

The property market can be tricky to read, so if you’re thinking of putting your home up for sale, either now or in the future, how do you know how “saleable” it’s likely to be?

Left it a bit late for father’s day? Don’t panic, here are our top gifts for the green-fingered dad

Tufnell Park’s Future and Found is running a series of workshops to help you design your future dream home or start your own small business

This completely unique 20th century Gothic-inspired Kentish Town home comes with a drawbridge and vaulted ceilings

Repairs to St Pancras Church portico have been recognised through award named after Highgate poet John Betjeman

Multihousing is set to be worth £70 billion by 2021 according to Knight Frank with investment almost tripling in the next five years

Over half of ‘iGen’ renters are willing to pay more rent for access to a swimming pool, with 63 per cent willing to pay for a cleaner

Forget avocado bathrooms, this Crouch End fixer upper comes with a pastel blue three piece bathroom suite

Your guide to things to do in Alexandra Palace, including the best shops, cafes, restaurants and schools. PLUS our guide to property in N22

An end of terrace Edwardian home, modern maisonette and a large detached home are in our top three for Alexandra Palace

Westminster council has promised to push ‘cosy cabal’ of developers to provide more affordable homes, whilst a new report from the Mayor of London shows even affordable new builds in the borough have been bought up by overseas investors

More first time buyers are relying on the Bank of Mum and Dad to help with their deposit, but nearly half of parents and grandparents don’t understand the new rules on inhertiance tax and gifting

Could a weak pound pay dividends for London’s overseas investors as European buyers ditch Chelsea for Crouch End?

Haringey and Camden both performed well in terms of asking prices last month, but transaction numbers are still falling as stamp duty shocks leave only the most motivated buyers in the market

8 projects in north London picked up a prize at the RIBA London Regional Awards from a shortlist of 85 buildings.

A new extension, kitchen diner and a period facelift have more than doubled the value of this Whitehall Conservation Area home

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