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Get the scoop on the just launched Marine Ices development, which will feature 19 apartments ranging from £650,000 to £1.5 million

The MP wants to do away with stamp duty and tear down tower blocks like Grenfell, but his ideas are a distraction from the housing crisis

Meet the woman bringing the wildest interior design and lifestyle architecture dreams of the world’s wealthiest people to life

A Conservative MP has started a scrap over scrapping stamp duty. But would ditching the tax help get people – and the market – moving again?

Stamp duty and Brexit have stalled house prices, whilst low interest rates means mortgages are cheap. But should first time buyers place a bet?

A forest retreat in Belgium has all you need to recharge your batteries, from a morning bootcamp run by the lake to a lazy afternoon in the spa

A new report claims that demand for property has surged in areas such as Primrose Hill and Belsize Park, but the reality is a little more complicated

It’s homes near independent local businesses that can command a premium, not posh supermarkets says Marsh & Parsons

Stamp duty burden sees popularity of prime rentals rise, along with discounts off initial asking rents

Estate agents and journalists have more in common than you think when it comes to trying to surviving without compromising in the digital era

1.8 million Brits have held on to a bad relationship to get on the housing ladder, as one in ten admit they’d stay if it meant buying their first home

Belsize Architects design buildings that speak to their surroundings; and it’s all about listening

Survey reveals Londoners top relocation destination would be NW3, where the average house sells for over £1.2 million

Behind the Arts & Crafts façade of this you’ll find an ultra modern home that’s one of only six houses available as part of the Hampstead Reach development

Home of the French poets and lovers who inspired Leonardo di Caprio and Bob Dylan singled out to mark 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality

On the modern property market Samuel Johnson might have said “When a man is tired of London, he is tired of its price.” With Londoners leaving to buy elsewhere, is this the dark side of an Alpha city status?

Despite a rollercoaster year and a national dip in transactions Hampstead estate agents are reporting the return of big deals

Even though rents are supposed to be dropping, reliance on emails and extortionate tenant fees makes house hunting a nightmare

Amos Goldreich Architecture has been granted pemission to build this unusual extension project in a conservation area

Stamp duty and uncertainty hits overseas investors the buy-to-let market, but in American and Russian interest in Hampstead property has held

Jodie Whittiker may be the first woman to play Dr Who, but she’s not the first Time Lord to live in north London

PRA cautioned against a return to pre-2007 antics and warned long term mortgages could be storing up problems for the future

Sick of the stress of searching for a private rental property? There’s an app for that. Meet the St John’s Wood husband and wife team behind The Urban Collective

The newest Arsenal striker has a big budget to play with and Patrick Vieira, Mesut Ozil, and his hero Thierry Henry all owning property locally he’d be in good company

Across prime London more properties have been taken off the market without finding a buyer than have been sold as vendors wait for prices to rise again

To compete in today’s luxury rental market you need to make sure your property is dressed to kill. Here are five expert tips for stellar styling

Professor Paul Cheshire predicts London property is long overdue a price correction. But could values really fall 40 per cent and bring about the return of 1990s scale negative equity?

This seven bedroom family home where a famous Irish opera singer once lived is on the market for the first time in almost thirty years

After a decade in the City Claudia Dorsch started over with a second career as an interiors expert. She tells us about living in a show home, finding antique bargains on eBay, and why the job isn’t just about crazy wallpaper

Sir Nicholas Serota has protested against controversial plans to demolish his former family residence and build a basement extension in its place

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