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An exceptionally restored Victorian mansion that was formerly home to a Nobel Prize winner is now on the market on Bishopswood Road, Highgate.

In his autobiography, the former Madness lead singer cited the famous “Our House” single, inspired by the Camden Mews property, as the band’s most successful song

The family homes allow for an abundance of natural light and feature 10 ft ceiling heights

71 per cent of the two to five bedroom apartments have sold to families nearby, underlining an appetite for family-sized luxury new-builds in the area

Thinking of buying a property abroad? Our guide helps you take that 
first step towards owning your own perfect place in the sun

Second steppers are struggling to move up the ladder in Camden, the third most expensive place to buy a larger property in London

Flex your househunting muscles with this Victorian mansion with its very own blue plaque commemorating its former resident who saved 900 academics from the Nazi regime

Homes over £1 million failing to sell in aftermath of stamp duty changes and Brexit, with a record low for numbers of homes on the market

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?

The Campaign to Protect Rural England has urged London’s councils to build upwards rather than destroy the capital’s much loved green spaces

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

The iconic Golders Green Hippodrome, formerly a BBC concert venue, is back on the market after months of speculation about its sale.

House prices rose for the first time in three months according to Nationwide, but prime north London property is still price sensitive say local experts

Prices had been showing signs of recovering after stamp duty reform until Brexit, but Hampstead and Highgate still prove the best long term investment

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

Estate agents came together to raise money for a worthy cause, whilst picking up tips from former director general of MI5

The cottage on the Vale of Health where the Oasis frontman used to live is up for sale

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

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

Barclays report names Camden as an investment hotspot for HNWIs for the next five years, with average house prices set to rise almost 34 per cent by 2021. But can we predict the result of next week let alone five years into the future?

The Hendon Reform Synagogue in NW4 is looking for a developer or owner-occupier buyer

From the Alexandra Road Estate to the Isokon building, here are seven properties for sale in north London’s most iconic Modernist buildings

For just £535,000 you could own a piece of Modernist architectural history, whose famous past residents include Agatha Christie and a Communist spy

This NW3 house has been designed by the architect behind Kanye West’s Manhattan apartment and the Shard restaurant, but you’ll have to [la, la, la] wait till you get your money right to buy it at £22.5 million

A growing number of high-rise buildings could see the view from Parliament Hill change radically in the next few years according to new report on the capital’s tall buildings

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