Areas We Cover

Areas We Cover

Areas We Cover

Areas We Cover

Areas We Cover

We believe that in order to provide expert advice to our clients, we need to know the areas we cover inside out.

We understand that not everyone wants to live in the big smoke anymore, so we’ve expanded our team to incorporate local knowledge and long term contacts in The Cotswolds, Bath and Bristol, in order to provide our clients with a few other alternatives.

Because we know our areas so well, we can talk you through which neighbourhoods will work for you and your family from a lifestyle, commute, budget and property perspective as well as helping you assess the schooling options in each area. We can make direct comparisons, explaining the benefits of each one and work with you on any compromises, ultimately helping you to achieve your goals.

So, if you’re looking to make a transition from town to country where you can live the dream of working from home and commuting just a couple of times a week, or even from country to town. Whatever it is you’re thinking, we can help.

LONDON

From family homes in leafy West London and pied a terres in Mayfair, to City apartments in Docklands, the London property market can be a challenge to negotiate. 

London is known as the greenest city in the world with its beautiful garden squares, parks and commons and each suburb has its own personality and charm. Ealing, Chiswick and Twickenham offer spacious homes and are very family friendly; Fulham, Clapham, Balham and Battersea enjoy riverfront living with great views and easy access to central London. South East London is known for its warehouse conversions, quick access to The City and is close to fashionable Borough Market. The East London areas of Spitalfields, Shoreditch, St Katherine’s Docks and Canary Wharf have become very trendy places to live; you will find a mix of period properties and super modern apartment buildings, some also on the riverside here too.

THE COTSWOLDS

The Cotswolds covers a wide area across Gloucestershire, parts of Oxfordshire and into Worcestershire and Warwickshire, incorporating larger towns such as Cheltenham and Cirencester as well as the smaller, pretty‘chocolate box’ villages of Kingham, Chipping Campden, and Bibury. 

The huge draw for many is the beautiful rolling countryside and open space, good commuter links to various cities and great schools, as well as its vast choice of independent shops, restaurants and cafes.

BATH

Bath is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in the UK. A beautiful city and UNESCO world heritage site it combines roman history, Georgian charm with a vibrant cosmopolitan, family friendly community. Its direct links into London also makes it a popular choice. 

Beautiful sweeping terraces form many parts of the city centre which is a bustling hub of shops, bars, restaurants and coffee shops.  Areas such as Bear Flat and Widcombe are popular with many who still need to commute into London as they offer a short walk to the station. Monkton Coombe, Coombe Down, Claverton and Lansdown on the outskirts of Bath offer larger family homes, a village feel and open countryside.

BRISTOL

Bristol is praised for its diversity and creative arty culture. Its great period properties, abundance of green open spaces and excellent shopping, along with the newly regenerated harbourside creates a vibrant and friendly city.

The areas of Clifton, Bishopston, Redland and St Andrews offer excellent schools and family homes, Montpelier is popular for its Boho vibe and the city centre buzzes with professionals and luxury apartments