If you’re away for a fortnight in the summer holidays and don’t want to return to bedraggled borders, dried-out pots and a lawn which looks like straw, take action now.
Stepping under a cascading shower can be one of the most luxurious feelings in the world. But turning the shower on to be greeted with a pathetic little trickle can be one of the most frustrating and disappointing experiences!
Don’t subject your marital home to a boring John Lewis list. Here are five alternative - and local - options to suit every north London couple looking to decorate their love nest.
Property in Childs Hill is found in a mixture of hot off the crane new builds and inter War terraces and blocks of flats.
The somewhat poor relation of very rich neighbours, Childs Hill is a low-key area, full of small local businesses, good family amenities and quiet residential streets but a high frequency of scaffolding hints at an area on the up.
Hit a Pokéstop and spin in to release various utensils (Pokéballs, healing charms, something that looks like spray bleach) for your future in-game use. This is also where you’ll unearth your local landmarks. Here are some of our favourites.
Wondering why you keep seeing people standing stock still on the pavement and dementedly swiping at their phones? They’re almost certainly playing the new smart phone phenomenon Pokémon Go. Here’s how to get started.
You’ve read the scare stories, you’ve heard people talk about it, but do you know what Pokémon Go really is? And did you know that north London is a particularly great place to play it?
Branch director Tony Bunce has seen the area become more and more popular over the years, and is a keen member of the Save Kensal Rise Library campaign
House prices in Camden experienced one of the biggest dips in London this month in the wake of the Brexit vote according to Rightmove.
Can a garden truly be a garden and still be low maintenance? Depends upon your notion of what gardening is says award-winning gardener Kate Gould.
Stone was tipped as a winner back in 2015, and has amply fulfilled its promise to bring drama, luxury and personality to rooms.
Our pick of this week’s best property deals and hottest homes to buy, develop, or rent in north London.
New mortgage products are targeting would-be homebuyers who would previously have struggled to secure financing for their dream property purchases. We take a look at some of these niche options.
Rumour has it that actors Josh Hartnett and Tamsin Egerton are on the hunt for a new property in Hampstead.
Homes on the market in Gospel Oak range from pastel-hued Victorian terraces to the low-rise social housing of the Kiln Place and Dunboyne Road estates.
A pocket of Victorian terraces, Edwardian mansion blocks and Modernist estates, Gospel Oak is a family-friendly area, which backs on to the famous Parliament Hill Lido and is home to a cluster of some of Camden’s top-performing schools.
A recently refurbished historical home in Primrose Hill once owned by Britain’s premier war photographer could be yours to own
Shamed by a half-finished attempt to make her own curtains, Bridget Galton finds salvation in an online bespoke blind-making service.
Above the vaulted sky - or at least a vaulted ceiling. Double height rooms allow for an abundance of space and natural light in these three properties currently for sale
Director Neir Gigi of Goldschmidt and Howland has worked with a wealth of important clients in his 17 years working in cosmopolitan Hampstead
There is still demand for property in Hampstead, especially from international buyers, but vendors must be prepared to accept price reductions says Aree Rand of Knight Frank in Hampstead.
Sitting in an elevated yet discreet position, this characterful four-bedroom house is quietly tucked away amongst some of Hampstead’s oldest properties yet only moments from the centre of the Village.
We all want to be picking plenty of veg from our allotments, borders and containers – but there are ways to maximise the chances of a better harvest
Bring centre court tennis style to your interiors with these Wimbledon inspired home decor tips.
Camden council estates from the 1960s and 70s offer some of the best Modern architecture in London. Design fans have long understood the appeal, but London’s rising house prices have pushed other buyers to appreciate the well-planned layouts and clean lines of ex-council homes too. Graphic designer and author of Modernist Estates, Stefi Orazi rounds up the best in the borough in this exclusive edited walking tour.
Strongly Remain-voting areas such as Camden experienced far higher house price growth over the past five years than areas that voted for Brexit, according to a report.
Property in Queen’s Park can mostly be found in Victorian workers’ cottages on the Queen’s Park Estate or in large 19th century terraces in Brent and the area’s streets are lined with skips as the new residents move in.
The Westminster side of Queen’s Park is a haven for buyers keen to secure a small piece of central London at relatively low prices.
House prices in north west London will drop “10 per cent by Christmas” because of Brexit according to property experts.
Hampstead and Highgate has a long history of close ties with Europe. Despite the referendum here are our top tips for enjoying the Continental delights on offer locally
From a mansion block to a detached mansion, nothing says period drama like an Edwardian property, From Hampstead to Highgate here are three of the best currently on the market
James Diaper of Savills in Hampstead lives with two felines who know how to strike a pose and has a race car driving alter ego
You can easily share your space with your pooches without having them dig up the lawn or eat your prized flowers.
What’s the biggest problem for north London cyclists? No, it’s not air pollution or left turning lorries but where to keep your bike when you’re not riding it. We round up the best solutions to avoid both theft and grazed shins from battling the bikes in a narrow period property hallway.
Property in Hornsey has seen prices on an upward streak, turning attention on this once under the radar area.
A property has come on the market in Ivor Court, the mansion block that Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts made his first home in
Situated between Crouch End and Muswell Hill on one side, and Wood Green on the other, locals joke that Hornsey’s reputation as a ‘poor neighbour’ really depends which neighbour you’re comparing it to. Most agree that this Victorian suburb is a cosmopolitan area on the up, with a great sense of community and a wealth of independent cafes and shops.
No longer a decaying repository for oil money, luxurious new serviced apartments are putting The Bishops Avenue back on the map and attracting local buyers back to the road along with the international crowd.
Repair proof your central heating with these top tips to keep your boiler bubbling along nicely and avoid nasty surprises when a cold snap comes.
You’d be a fool to buy a property just for summer – especially with all this June rain – but these properties with decking will see you through many an outdoor occasion.
West Hampstead sales manager Ben Relton is full of tasty tips for the local area.
North London’s myriad open spaces, from the doggie paradise of Hampstead Heath to street side cafes for lapdogs of luxury, offer options for dog owners with time to spare outside the house, but what about at home? We find the ultimate four-legged friend for each type of property.
Situated in one of Stanmore’s most sought-after locations, Brae House could be considered the perfect family home. Boasting exemplary design from a bygone era, this impressive detached residence is perfect for family living.
Do you have a tall space you’d like to fill with fragrant blooms? Or perhaps an eyesore you want to mask? The answer may be in a carefully chosen climbing plant, whether it’s roses around the door or velvet blue wisteria dripping from the house wall, fragrant sweet peas in a pot to enjoy as soon as you open the patio door or an arbour covered in the saucer-sized clematis blooms.
“People have been shorting and making fortunes today and no doubt they’ll be buying property.” Post-Brexit property optimism in Hampstead
Multi-million pound sales to hedge funds, increased asking prices and on the day reductions how has the immediate aftermath of Brexit played out in the Hampstead property market?
Dubbed “horticultural hipsterville”, GROW London is back on Hampstead Heath with a brand new interiors offering. We preview the best of the new GROW Living display.
Grand stucco-fronted houses and large Georgian and Victorian brick constructions line the wide streets of Little Venice.
The meeting point of the Regent’s Canal and the Paddington Arm of the Grand Union Canal forms the central point for this charming London neighbourhood.
A house opposite Highgate cemetery, which was used as a backdrop in The Beatles ‘Mad Day Out’ photoshoot with war photographer Don McCullin is on the market for £3.45 million.
London is becoming cheaper for expatriate workers to live in as “Brexit fears” fuel a slump in the pound, according to a global report.
This Hampstead lettings negotiator has plenty of tips for letting your property - just make sure you tidy up before she comes round
Off street parking is hot property in London, but these houses take it one step further. From car turntables to custom lifts these properties will put your parking space into top gear
An opportunity to acquire one of only two remaining penthouses in Queen’s Park Place with private outside space and underground parking.
Men are showing more interest in decor , inspired by mid 20th century and industrial design
Use the long days and warm (hopefully) weather to plan and build your garden patio or decking.
The lead up to the EU Referendum has dark clouds brewing over London, with experts predicting everything from economic shocks to the ‘Brexit bounce’. But are there even bigger storms coming?
For some time now we’ve all known that gardening is among the best pastimes for both physical and mental wellbeing – but it’s also being used to help rehabilitate prisoners and give them hope for the future.
Development of the area began in the late 18th century and continued through the Victorian era, accompanied by growing industry and infrastructure, including the Regent’s Canal in 1816. As a result there are several terraces from the era.
Students, tourists and music fans flock to Camden Town for its rental property, markets and alternative heritage.