Architect Richard Keep transformed an ‘ugly duckling’ in Dartmouth Park with some clever design.

This elegant apartment in St John’s Wood has been carefully curated by interior designer and former concert pianist, Brian Woulfe

At 450 miles, the Nordlandsbanen is the longest train ride in Norway, and the only one in the world to cross the Arctic Circle. Sara Odeen-Isbister jumps on-board and discovers northern Norway’s spectacular landscape and charming towns along the way

Trevor Abrahmsohn, managing director of estate agents, Glentree International, offers his predictions for 2018 on everything from property to the World Cup

On the market now, we’ve found apartments with green private gardens and a luxurious two bedroom new build in Tufnell Park

Ahead of her London exhibition, painter Celina Teague shows us around her Camden home, a serene location compared to her action-packed paintings of global atrocities.

Homes in London became more affordable in the first three months of this year, a report has found.

Everything is blooming in the rose garden this year, thanks to the mild winter and spring, with little in the way of frost, providing stress-free conditions for growing.

“I was blown away,” says Laura Hawkes, as she recalls stepping through the door of her first Arts and Crafts home 10 years ago.

Do you often wish you could have a peek inside the stylish homes that grace the pages of interior design magazines?

Thirteen one-bedroom ‘compact’ flats, only available to first time buyers living in Camden, go on the market tomorrow.

Like many young professionals in London, Debra Stein feared she would never be able to own her own home in the capital.

1 Start by clearing the room and finding all the protruding nails in the floorboards. Bang in these with a nail punch (and hammer) so you don’t damage the boards. If you leave any nails sticking up, they will break the sanding sheets, which is annoying, time-consuming and expensive because you usually pay for each sheet you use.

Jane Hilton’s home may lie in a quiet corner of Archway, but step inside and it feels like you’ve crossed the pond and landed in the American West.

On the market for the first time in over forty years, a double fronted semi-detached Edwardian freehold of some 4,471sq ft.

Kitted out in blue overalls and spade in hand I’m ready to shovel some poo. This might not sound like much fun but the poo in question is rather exotic - it came from a group of zebras.

President of the National Association of Estate Agents, Simon Gerrard, explains that sellers are as legally responsible as their agent to disclose material information about their property.

Paul and Hisae Tomasic bought their Victorian flat in 2008, before renovating the Belsize Park property three years later. The pair, who work in finance and have twin daughters Maya and Ria, six, were keen to retain the beautiful period features while adding an elegant, contemporary feel. They also wanted to introduce more of a flow to the home, moving away from the rather segregated layout.

When Bojana and Christian Reiner bought a dated Hampstead flat three years ago, their aim was to transform the property into a luxurious home with the feel of a contemporary boutique hotel.

When interiors firm, Living in Space, was approached by the owner of this two-bedroom Hampstead flat, its team was asked to design a home full of character.

“Pulling the look of a house together is really just like putting an outfit together,” says interior designer Joanna Berryman.

They joined forces almost two decades ago to sell eclectic accessories and interiors fittings from around the world.

Nine years ago Maida Vale couple, Tim Butcher and Lizzie Deshayes, combined their creative talents to launch interiors house, Fromental.


With easy connections to London and excellent academic and extra-curricular opportunities, Lincoln Minster School is an attractive choice outside of the capital

With winter fast approaching, it is now more important than ever for us all to carry on following COVID-19 precautions to help stop the spread of the virus by always observing the three-tier local restrictions and remembering three key words – Hands, Face, Space.

The NHS COVID-19 app can make a real difference to how we all tackle the pandemic, protecting our loved ones and those most at risk from coronavirus. Everyone aged 16 and over across England and Wales can download the app for free and play their part in combating the pandemic.

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