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A walk around Fitzrovia

12th April 2019


Middleton's Ashley Wilsdon takes a walk around Fitzrovia – the central London district roughly bounded by Oxford Street, Great Portland Street, Euston Road and Gower Street, with Charlotte Street as its ‘spine’. Writers, artists and intellectuals such as Virginia Woolf, George Bernard Shaw, Dylan Thomas and George Orwell lived in the area or met at the Fitzroy Tavern in Charlotte Street, ensuring Fitzrovia rivalled nearby Bloomsbury as London’s bohemian quarter in the post-war era.

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Country Life, 3rd April 2019

3rd April 2019

For downsizers in the country there can be a lot to think about before moving from familiar territory. Adam Buxton lists some of the creature comforts that make smaller cities so attractive to buyers scaling down. 

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The Sunday Times, 17th March 2019

17th March 2019

Tom Hudson notes what the moving millennials need to take into consideration before packing up their fast-paced city life and committing to calmer countryside living. 

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Bricks & Mortar, 15th March 2019

15th March 2019

Some London homeowners are staying within the capital for a potential second home purchase. Ashley Wilsdon is quoted on buyer motivation despite the economic anxiety.

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FT House & Home, 9th March 2019

9th March 2019

With the peak of property prices in 2014 and a significant drop in early 2018, the market in Fulham is experiencing boosted interest. Ashley Wilsdon speaks about the potential in the west London neighbourhood for first-time buyers.

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The Sunday Times, 24th February 2019

24th February 2019

There can be several contributing factors for properties being withdrawn from the market, so it's important to make changes for an effective re-launch. The article quotes Ben Horne's recommendation in a list of do's and don'ts for sellers trying again.

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