Property talk

Janine Stone, 27th June 2019

27th June 2019

Finding a property and transforming a house into your dream home can be a lengthy and costly experience. For buyers who have significant renovation in mind there is a long list of factors to consider before you start. Tom Hudson has contributed his thoughts on the subject, specifically for listed buildings, for 'Industry Insights' – a blog site by interior designer Janine Stone & Co.

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Categories: In the press

The Sunday Times, 23 June 2019

24th June 2019

With insight from Middleton’s Mark Crampton, The Sunday Times picked the best locations to live so that you can join the ‘part-time commuter revolution’ – a trend that is having a big effect on the country house market, the article says. The top 10 includes Lymington in Hampshire, pictured here.

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Categories: General news | In the press

Daily Telegraph, 6 May 2019

6th May 2019

The Daily Telegraph looks at the private market, where PCL properties are 'snapped up long before they reach a property portal', with comment from Middleton's Mark Parkinson.

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Categories: In the press

Bricks & Mortar, 3 May 2019

3rd May 2019

While the number of property transactions from 2017 to 2018 fell nationally, some London boroughs saw an increase in sales during this period. Traditionally, Spring marks the begining of house hunting season. Middleton's Mark Parkinson is quoted in a Times piece highlighting the factors that are contributing to improved market condtions.

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Categories: In the press

Meet Gemma Maclaran, prime property advisor, Country

18th April 2019

"I was always interested in the opportunity that the prime property sector offers, to focus on a smaller number of clients, and stay with them for the whole journey.”

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Categories: Middleton people

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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