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Danielle Lester, Aston Chase

This Hampstead lettings negotiator has plenty of tips for letting your property - just make sure you tidy up before she comes round

Simone Green, Associate Director, Chestertons

Simone Green, associate director of Chestertons, Hampstead, loves Hampstead Garden Suburb for being near the Heath but the cosmopolitan High Street lifestyle beckons – if all the grandchildren could come too.

Chloé Ellis, Oakhill Residential

Chloé Ellis, director at Oakhill Residential would be an interior designer in another life, having seen all manner of wacky decor in the day job.

Sam Gould, Chestertons

Sam Gould of Chestertons in Hampstead finds the personal touch is invaluable, especially when showing to Oscar winners.

Lauren Rapacioli, Hadleigh Residential

Lauren Rapacioli, lettings agent at Hadleigh Residential, dreams of a perfect pink townhouse on Primrose Hill and remembers the halcyon days where a studio flat cost just £165 a week.

Jonathan Wein, Glentree

Glentree selling agent and baking enthusiast Jonathan Wein loves to keep things local and is a dab hand in the kitchen

Marie Beirne, Aston Chase

Fire, gas leaks and outed electrics can’t put off tenants of the high end properties Marie Beirne lets out on behalf of clients

Natalie Churchman, Assistant Sales Manager, Hamptons International Muswell Hill

Natalie Churchman of Hamptons International Muswell Hill loves urban village life, Hornsey-style

Dinesh Mirchandani, branch manager Tatlers Crouch End

As befits a Crouch End agent, Dinesh Mirchandani of Tatlers is a north London faithful with a love of period property. But if life had taken a different route, perhaps Barnet would have been better.

Lee Koffman, house sales Aston Chase

When Lee Koffman of Aston Chase isn’t making high end property sales he’s organising a knock out charity boxing dinner

Yonni Tahor, sales manager Benham & Reeves West Hampstead

Yonni Tahor of Benham & Reeves West Hampstead may prove more persuasive than expected if he uses his hypnosis training to sell houses

Neil Barnes, sales manager Hamptons International

The sporty St John’s Wood estate agent was pipped to the post for the family home by his wife

Nick Reed, branch manager, Day Morris, Hampstead

Nick Reed of Day Morris in Hampstead may have bought in Hendon but if money were no object, a Georgian house on Church Row would do just fine

Jack Malnick of TK International

Jack Malnick of TK International is converting a shop in Islington into the perfect London batchelor pad

Jess Innes, Lettings Manager at C.H. Peppiatt

Moving from North Finchley to Chalk Farm meant dealing wtih a whole new world of property pricing for lettings agent Jess Innes

Verity Comber, lettings negotiator, Knight Frank Belsize Park

But controversially, Verity Comber, lettings negotiator at Knight Frank has opted to live in one in south east London

Anthony Wilkinson-Denny, branch manager Martyn Gerrard Kentish Town

Anthony Wilkinson-Denny loves the local restaurants near the Kentish Town branch of Martyn Gerrard, but luckily the Heath’s nearby to sweat off all that high-end junk food

Max Curtis, Aston Chase

Max Curtis, house sales agent at Aston Chase, loves showing property to celebrities and entrepreneurs, but urinating in the flowerbeds? A bridge too far

Mark Winship, lettings manager at Hadleigh Residential

Former athlete Mark Winship, lettings manager at Hadleigh Residential, would love to move from Enfield to the Amalfi Coast, although the commute to Belsize Park might be a challenge

Richard Bryce, Meet the Agent

Should property fail, Richard Bryce of Aston Chase could try his luck as a pianist or furniture designer, but he should always remember to knock before walking into other people’s bathrooms

Demitris Ogbogu Marla of Martyn Gerrard

Demitris Ogbogu, lettings manager at Martyn Gerrard Kentish Town, is an empathetic estate agent who understands his clients needs, especially because he’s in the process of buying his first home too

Oliver Kent, Vita Properties

Oliver Kent of Vita Properties loves his cool Queen’s Park apartment but if money were no object he’d snap up a contemporary pad with a sea view and infinity pool

Simon Rosenblatt, Aston Chase

Simon Rosenblatt of high end estate agent Aston Chase may sell some of the swankiest flats London has to offer, but in a parallel universe, he’s a rock god

Ellie Rees of Brickworks

Ellie Rees of Brickworks prefers to sell carefully selected north London properties with the help of arty photography and conversation, rather than underhand tactics and fierce competition

Vivienne Harris runs successful estate agent Heathgate

After 25 years in the job Vivenne Harris, sole owner and managing director of Heathgate, won’t let herself be fazed by vibrating beds and mirrored ceilings in sales properties.

Joel Woudstra, TMD Properties, Highgate

Joel Woudstra, assistant manager at estate agent TMD Properties, has extensive knowledge of Highgate and north London as is looking forward to buying his first home

Charlotte Bourne, associate director of Taylor Gibbs, Highgate

Charlotte Bourne of Taylor Gibbs is a north London woman through and through who would be on stage if she wasn’t an estate agent

Camilla Dell of Black Brick Property Solutions

Camilla Dell, managing partner and founder of Black Brick Property Solutions, wanted to be Prime Minister when she was little and in the future can see herself becoming an MP

The angelic James Wilkinson of Winkworth Estate Agents Highgate

James Wilkinson of Winkworth in Highgate has come a long way from his days emulating Men Behaving Badly in Winchmore Hill.

Steve Coxshall

Former stockbroker Steve Coxshall owns the Duke of Hamilton pub in New End, Hampstead, and lives above. He has a second pub in Islington and also manages musicians, including The X Factor runner-up Ray Quinn and previously the boyband Blue.

Lord Melvyn Bragg. Picture: Nigel Sutton.

Labour peer Lord Melyvn Bragg is one of Britain’s most notable broadcasters, best known as editor and presenter of The South Bank Show. The 74-year-old has lived in Hampstead Hill Gardens, Hampstead, for 40 years.

Matthew Wright. Picture: Suzan/EMPICS Entertainment.

Matthew Wright, 49, has lived in Primrose Hill for almost 15 years. He is a former Daily Mirror showbiz columnist and presents his weekday morning show The Wright Stuff on Channel 5

Cartoonist Kipper Williams

Kipper Williams, 62, is a cartoonist whose work appears in many publications including The Guardian and The Spectator. He lives in Shirlock Road, Gospel Oak, with his wife Pamela Holmes. They have two sons.

War correspondent Oggy Boytchev was the producer for BBC World Affairs editor John Simpson

Oggy Boytchev, 59, has enjoyed a long career as a producer working with BBC war correspondent John Simpson. He is now a freelance journalist and TV producer.

Kabir Ali runs an accountancy firm in Archway Road

What brought you to Highgate? My business partner Sang, who is a corporate lawyer, was looking for a small business to invest in and she set up a hair salon. The premises next door was empty and it seemed like a great opportunity. After much deliberation, I thought, why not. I haven’t got children or a mortgage to worry about. Better do it now before that happens. It is a friendly area with a village feel, still accessible by clients in the city and other areas, thanks to the Tube station and good parking in the area.

Tom Hobbs

Tom Hobbs is the manager of The Pembroke Castle pub in Gloucester Avenue, Primrose Hill, which has just reopened following refurbishment.

James Eder

James Eder is founder and head of Kentish Town media firm The Beans Group, which moved to Kentish Town in November. He is also co-organiser of tech start-up group the Kentish Cluster.

Jonathan Claviere, manager of Spirited Wines

Jonathan Claviere, 33, has been manager of Spirited Wines in the heart of Highgate Village for just over a year. The Frenchman is no stranger to the village’s resident celebrities, including Monty Python star Terry Jones, who have been known to pop in to peruse the shelves.

Cllr David Beacham loves living in Alexandra.

The Broadway has been chatting with our newly elected councillors to find out what they love about where the live. This week, it is the turn of Lib Dem councillor David Beacham, a retired management consultant who was re-elected to represent Alexandra in May.

Georgia Slowe with her dog Sadie on Hampstead Heath. Picture: Polly Hancock

Actress Georgia Slowe, a former Emmerdale star and Royal Shakespeare Company member, recently wrote, produced and acted in the short film Four Tails, a comedy about four dog walkers which was filmed on Hampstead Heath. She lives in Hampstead with her partner, photographer Stuart McClymont, teenage sons Josh and Ben, and Sadie the family dog.

Tom Blackie

Tom Blackie is a fundraising officer for Age UK Camden.

Leean and Sam Young with dog Nacho and their healthy Sniffy's biscuits. Picture: Jonathan Goldberg

Dog biscuit entrepreneur Leean Young, 32, worked as a presenter on BBC Radio 5 Live before launching her range of healthy dog treats, Lovesniffys, with husband Sam. The couple, who live in New End, have been instrumental in the ongoing campaign to save The Old White Bear pub in Well Road.

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