GEORGE LANE, SOUTH WOODFORD
George Lane is in the heart of Woodford, there are a wealth of food and beverage venues to suit every palate. George Lane and The High Street both offer an eclectic mix of Boutique shops alongside the national retailers. There is also a popular Farmers’ Market held every Sunday at various locations within the vicinity.
GEORGE ST, RICHMOND
A prime mixed use development located in one of Greater London’s finest Boroughs, the picturesque Richmond upon Thames. The ground floor has been let to the international brand Smiggle, with the upper floors being converted into luxury apartments.
TUTELAGE COURT, LONDON
Tutelage Court is a striking new development in London’s Mile End offering one, two, three and four-bedroom apartment homes. The Grade II listed site, dates back to the 19th century, home to a series of remarkable schools over the last 175 years including the prestigious Coopers’ Company and Coborn School, one of the city’s oldest.
The development is comprised of four main buildings around a formal courtyard designed in the style of a parterre garden. Each wing displays its own historical character. There are many features of note including Doric porches, Ionic columns, a colonnade, cupolas and classical stucco adornments as well as some attractive 1930s Art Deco additions.
Former classrooms now house luxurious apartments, with beautifully restored feature windows and where possible, original parquet floors. Larger spaces such as the gymnasium
and the dining hall has been subdivided to make three and four bedroom homes – even the old tuck shop adds character as a modern-day living space in this exceptionally unique development.
WHITTINGTON HOUSE, LONDON
This wonderful Grade II listed stucco fronted building, has been sympathetically converted into stunning apartments retaining many wonderful period features, offering a truly special opportunity to buy a piece of history in The City of London.
THE KEEP, KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES
The Keep is a former military building, designed Major Siddon of the Royal Engineers, and completed in 1875. The building formed part of a barracks for the East Surrey Regiment of the British Army before becoming Ministry of Defence offices.
The once-dilapidated building has been rejuvenated to create a unique development of luxury flats in this impressive former military building.
The building covers five storeys and is Grade II Listed. It dates from the early 19th Century and records show that it was constructed as one house in 1822 and has since served as a hotel before being separated into two houses prior to being converted into flats in 1949.
It forms part of a group of Listed Buildings along the highly desirable Richmond Hill, all of which are located within the Richmond Hill Conservation Area.
This is a luxury development of three bedroom apartments in the newly converted building.