Since he bought the Heath-side property the One Direction heartthrob has had teenagers (and adults who really should know better) camped outside.
Rent rises may have slowed across London, but private tenants in Camden still have to stump up 68 per cent of their salaries in rent.
Camden is one of the least affordable places in the UK for first time buyers according to a report.
House prices in Camden experienced one of the biggest dips in London this month in the wake of the Brexit vote according to Rightmove.
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.
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.
House prices in north west London will drop “10 per cent by Christmas” because of Brexit according to property experts.
“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?
London is becoming cheaper for expatriate workers to live in as “Brexit fears” fuel a slump in the pound, according to a global report.
The entire house on Heath Drive, NW3, was bought in 1951 for £3,500. Now, 65 years later, the two-bedroom ground floor flat alone is on the market for £2.25million, 642 times the original price.
Twentysomething Londoners face seeing more than half of their post-tax income swallowed up by rent, a report has found.
Distinctive décor helped this Hampstead property sell for almost double the average price for the area.
Daytime TV presenters-turned-authors Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan were spotted outside a pub near their north London home with a copy of last week’s Ham & High Property supplement firmly in hand.
The £25,000/week Grade II-listed rental home on north London’s Billionaire’s Row was once the most expensive property on the open market.