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From a restored windmill in the Norfolk Broads to a Georgian-fronted house with sweeping lawns in Suffolk
Closures of Hammersmith bridge have caused commuting chaos and a divide in the housing market in this affluent south London area
The London area’s ‘red trousers’ stuffiness is retreating in favour of a livelier vibe, giving the property market a shot in the arm
Pandemic uncertainty and stamp duty costs are driving a preference for rentals over buying
Capacious houses, green spaces and a growing expat community prove a winning combination
Its small-town, community vibe and the race for more space during the pandemic have boosted appeal
Following the standard’s technical strictures need not preclude creative flair, as several new homes demonstrate
A sense of calm and freedom makes living on the water a popular alternative to bricks and mortar
Although demand for rentals has slumped, the London borough has weathered the pandemic well
Tensions in the English county are increasing as an influx of outsiders diminishes local affordability
After big falls in prices, many tenants are moving into homes they could once only dream about
Neither a record supply of new-builds nor the pandemic have slowed growth as the city’s young population stays put
The additional 2 per cent tax for non-UK residents could affect the housing market in a number of ways — but will it bring down prices?
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Sales were up 45 per cent in this affluent and spacious London enclave — and most buyers were locals — but sales of flats declined
Once a hub for writers and artists, its housing is cheaper than other central London areas
A booming economy, great schools and the location make living here highly covetable
The pandemic has increased the longtime allure of this spacious, well-heeled London suburb
An estimated 700,000 foreign-born residents have left the city since the Covid-19 outbreak — how will this affect rental and sale prices?
The growth in sales was strong over the summer, but activity is waning as the end of the stamp duty holiday draws closer
Its dramatic vistas are drawing homebuyers from all over — but young locals are losing out
The area has been popular this summer, but for lower prices look beyond the fashionable enclaves
From prime city apartments to luxurious rural villas, some of the best property available for long-term stays
The pandemic has made the London enclave’s spaciousness — in its homes and outdoors — even more of a draw than usual