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November 28, 2014

Teddington Lights Up

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , , — JSS London @ 3:08 pm

Night exteriorTeddington was well and truly lit up in style last night, as huge numbers of people of all ages from the local community congregated along the High Street to enjoyed a host of pop-up festive events and attractions.

Our Jackson-Stops office threw its doors open to hundreds of visitors, many of whom were local school children clambering to ‘guess the number of sweets’ adorning our stunning gingerbread house, which had been baked with love by our very own Meena Patel, Senior Lettings Negotiator in Teddington. Meena

We were fortunate enough to make use of Rob Waller’s (Photos and Floorplans) wonderful image of a stag, taken in nearby Bushy Park, who duly became ‘Rudolf’ for the night, allowing children to take turns to ‘pin the red nose’ on the ‘reindeer’! For our more grown-up visitors, the bubbles flowed alongside the mince pies and little house-shaped chocolates, which were handmade by our staff and included Santa’s secret magical ingredient…

Most importantly, we were delighted to raise money for our chosen charity, Tearfund, which works tirelessly in its fight against poverty across the globe.

The highlight of the evening for our Teddington office was a visit from Joshua, a Year 5 pupil from St. Mary’s and St. Peter’s School who was the winner of our Christmas Card design competition this year!

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November 19, 2014

Jazz, Blues & Property

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This year marks the 75th Anniversary of the seminal Jazz record label Blue Note Records

This momentous date for jazz enthusiasts is being celebrated by this year’s London Jazz Festival at venues across London, from the 14th November until the 23rd November 2014.

We are delighted to see that Christian Brewer, a leading figure on the Jazz screen who has played with pop artists including Paul Weller, Seal and Otis Grand, will be performing at Retro Bistro on Teddington High Street on the 25th November 2014, which is bound to be worth a visit.

Just a stone’s throw away, Jackson-Stops & Staff is proud to present a newly refurbished spacious and bright apartment located off Teddington High Street…the high ceilings and large windows are guaranteed to beat the blues! This property is located moments from the centre of Teddington, with its wide array of cafes, restaurants and boutiques, so you’re sure not to miss a beat. Please call Mark Birch and the Teddington Lettings Team on 0208 943 9955  to find out more.

 

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November 14, 2014

Teddington Lights Up

IMG_3504Our Teddington office is already getting into the festive spirit and preparations are well underway for this year’s Teddington Lights Up event, which is taking place on Thursday 27th November from 4-10pm.

Join us for an afternoon and evening of festive fun for all the family, with plenty of exciting events planned for everyone.

Teddington Lights UpDo pop into our office on the High Street and take part in our home-themed competition…the recent ‘Great British Bake Off’ has inspired our very own Meena Patel to try her hand at producing another of her wonderful gingerbread houses, which will be decorated with sweets!

Children and adults alike will be able to guess the number of sweets adorning the cake and we will present the winner with the gingerbread house and all its contents shortly after the day of the event.

Do come along and help us support local charity Tearfund, we look forward to seeing you!

 

November 13, 2014

Just launched: Two new developments in historic #SouthBank buildings

West Apartment Bear Pitt2It’s not often you get the chance to buy a new build South Bank home set in a historic building. But this month we’ve launched two new schemes, each with a fascinating history.

The Bear Pit takes its name from the 16th century theatre and bear-baiting arena that once stood on the site. You can see it clearly shown on London’s oldest surviving map, published by Braun and Hogenberg in 1572.

To modern ears, bear-baiting doesn’t sound much fun but it was hugely popular in Tudor times. Thankfully those days are long past and it’s now a Grade II listed building that has been converted into two meticulously designed duplex apartments. Properties of such character and grandeur rarely come onto the market as new builds.Bear Pit interior

Step out from the front door and you are in the heart of London’s BanksideThe Globe Theatre and the river Thames are literally round the corner. Few properties offer such access to sophisticated London living. The Tate Modern and Borough Market are both within 500m; Blackfriars, London Bridge and Southwark tube stations are all an easy walk.

For more details about the two apartments, Pepys House and Davies House, click here.

You would be hard pressed hard to find a Victorian building more splendid than Dover House. It has been restored to its former glory to create nine breathtaking apartments. The interiors are by the world-renowned Argent Design.

These are now being sold off plan. Completion is expected to take place in the second quarter of 2015.

Built in 1895, the building was formerly the Dover Castle Hotel and Restaurant. The Dover House exteriorornate billiard room and mirrored grill room are fine examples of Victorian good taste and craftsmanship. This has been echoed in the development. Argent Design have spared no detail and the lavish interiors do more than justice to the majestic exterior.

Dover House is located on Lower Marsh at the centre of London’s cultural quarter. It’s a short stroll the Old and Young Vic theatres, the National Theatre and the South Bank’s eclectic bars and restaurants. A hop over Waterloo Bridge and you’re in Covent Gardens and the West End’s shops and theatres. Or, if your taste buds are twitching you can wander down the road to sample the delights of nearby Borough Market.

For more details about Dover House, click here.

November 10, 2014

6 tips for making buying or selling your home less stressful

Filed under: Latest News — David Taylor @ 7:46 pm

Buying or selling a property is the most stressful part of modern life, according to a recent report. The anxiety of moving is rated as worse than being made redundant or even getting divorced. The reasons for the sleepless nights include the huge sums involved, slow solicitors and the risk of the deal falling through, to name but a few.

To help you move home without having to tear your hair out, Sam Ball, sales manager of our Bloomsbury office, gives us his top tips.

1.  Consider holding an open day

Holding viewings can be disruptive and it’s stressful having to keep your home tidy all the time. One way round this is to hold an open day. This can create a buzz around your property and help find a buyer in a short space of time.

2.  Get a good solicitor

Don’t shop solely on price: the cheapest solicitor is unlikely to be the best. Engage one who has been recommended to you and knows the area you are selling or buying your home in. This is likely to be the biggest transaction you ever undertake so getting the right solicitor is important.

3.  Put your home on the market for the right price

You will want to maximize the amount you sell for, of course, but if your asking price is too high you risk having it on the market for months on end. Worse still, it can get stale so may not sell even if you later reduce the price. Make sure your estate agent can justify the asking price they suggest to you.

4.  Instruct your solicitor as soon as your home goes on the market

Ask your solicitor to prepare a draft contact and apply for the title deeds before you have even secured a buyer. This can shave weeks off the time it takes to exchange contracts.

5.  Get all your paperwork in order

Sam - Black and WhiteYour buyer will want to see all the planning permissions, building regulations consents, FENSA and other guarantees relating to your property. Having this paperwork to hand can save frustrating delays on your sale.

6.  Ask your agent questions

Buying or selling a home is complex and stressful and it’s not always easy to know what’s going on or why it is being delayed. Don’t be shy to tap into your agent’s expertise to find out what is going on or to explain the reason for any hold ups.

Sam can be found at our office on 104 Southampton Row, London WC1B 4BN. You can contact him on 020 7405 4444 or at samball@frankharris.co.uk.

7 interior design tips and trends for 2015

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , , , , — JSS London @ 12:14 pm

One of the more interesting aspects of being an estate agent is seeing so many different interiors. Some are stylish and elegant, while others are, let’s just say, less inviting.

We know how tricky it can be to get that perfect design inspiration. Today’s fashions change so quickly, it’s hard to know what’s ‘now’ and what’s as dated as avocado bathrooms.

To help you through the maze of interior design, we spoke to interior designer Rebecca Allan, of Alexander James Interior Design. Rebecca recently designed the beautiful show home for the Bear Pit apartments that we have just launched on the South Bank. She talked to us about the trends we can expect to see in 2015 and gave us her top tips for transforming your home.

1. Boutique bedrooms

“A lot of our clients want a bedroom that feels as luxurious as a five star hotel but has the warm feeling of home. A sou140170_04classic way to achieve this is to start with a ‘wow’ bed. Add a subtle fabric headboard that blends in with the other materials in the room, plenty of lamps to create atmosphere and scattered cushions, throws and furs for a sensuous feel. If a bed with endless cushions isn’t your thing, opt for beautiful bedding with decorative piping and edging to create a refined finish.”

2. Panelled walls

“If you have the budget, panelled walls give a special sophistication to flat surfaces. These can be upholstered in linen, suede or even leather, adding interest and shape to what could be a bland, flat wall.”

3. Artwork

“Be bold with your artwork. It’s a great way to add a burst of colour without being too full on. For the Bear Pit, I chose a neutral, almost white backdrop to keep the space feeling light and airy. I then commissioned an artist to produce bespoke pieces that incorporated the colours and tones I’d chosen for the cushion fabrics and flowers.”

4. Dress your bathroom to perfection

“People love extravagant hotel bathrooms. It’s amazing how a few rolls of thick white towels, flowers and the display of high end toiletry products can transform any bathroom into a luxurious high-end space.”

5. From runway to room

“Clothing designers aren’t the only ones influenced by fashion week. Well-received colours and prints often find their way into the interior design world, too. Next year, I expect to see textile designs incorporating loose geometric shapes, hand painted techniques and blurred lines influenced by Asian and Moroccan designs. I also anticipate lots of blues and yellows.”

Bear Pit interior6. Brass, gold and antique

“We’ve seen a lot of chrome over the last few years but this is now being replaced with brass, gold, silver leaf and antique finishes. A lot of new furniture and fixtures in 2015 will have these elegant finishes.”

7. The finishing touches

“Less is more when it comes to choosing decorative objects for your home. Ditch the clutter and stick to key pieces that reflect your taste and style. It’s much better to spend your budget on a selection of impacting pieces that you love instead of a collection of purposeless accessories.”

November 7, 2014

Bloomsbury flat for sale once belonged to British comedy legend

Filed under: Latest News — JSS London @ 3:34 pm

bea28fc5-c132-4821-9e3b-0eaecd81f232Bloomsbury is well known for its blue plaques. Lift your head as you wander the streets and you’ll see them adorning the homes once lived in by literary and scientific giants such as Charles Dickens, Virginia Woolf and Charles Darwin, to name but a few.  It’s not all writers and scientists though.

A rather unspectacular mansion block in Ridgmont Gardens was the unlikely first London address of reggae artist Bob Marley.

And a few minutes’ walk away in Marchmont Street is a plaque that bears the name of one Britain’s best-loved comedians, Kenneth Williams.

Born in Caledonian Road in 1926, at the age of nine Williams moved with his family to a flat above the barber shop his father ran at 57 Marchmont Street. It’s still a hairdressers today.

Williams, who is best known for starring in the Carry On films (he appeared in 26 of the 31 that were made), lived there until he was 30. The plaque in his honour was unveiled by radio presenter Nicholas Parsons as recently as 2009.mar140124_08

In fact, Williams spent most of his life in flats in and around the area. One of these was in Endsleigh Court on Upper Woburn Place. He paid £800 for his lease in this imposing 1930′s block.

Scottish comedian Stanley Baxter once suggested to Williams that they share the flat as work was bringing him to London. “I could no more share a flat with anyone than I could fly,” was Williams’ tart response. You can imagine him saying it in his trademark nasal drawl.

Williams lived there for three years during the late 1950′s and his diaries reveal how much he enjoyed it there.

Frank Harris & Co. have been instructed to sell the flat and it’s on the market for £395,000. It is just off Tavistock Square, less than a five-minute walk to Euston Station. It has recently been painted and measures 34sq m. For more details, click here.

This is a chance to live in a property that once belonged to a British comedy legend.

November 4, 2014

Parade Around EC4

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Image Courtesy of the Lord Mayor’s Show

The Lord Mayor’s Show is a time old tradition which has taken place in the City of London since the 16th Century. The Lord Mayor of London represents solely the City of London; the title is bestowed on a new candidate each year following elections at Common Hall comprising Livery Men from all of the City’s Livery Companies.  The new Lord Mayor is sworn in during the second week of November, the day before the Lord Mayor’s Parade.

Originally the parade was a flotilla of barges going down the Thames from the City to the Royal Cour202805_BAR140246Ets in the City of Westminster. 1856 was the last year the show went by barge, it has taken place on dry land ever since. The state coach was commissioned for the parade in 1757, this was considered a much safer way for the Mayor on which to make his way to Westminster following an incident with a drunken flower girl one previous year which resulted in the Lord Mayor falling from his horse and breaking his leg! The procession starts at Guildhall and weaves its way through the City of London winding up at The Strand to where the Royal Courts of Justice have been located since moving from Westminster in 1882.

202805_BAR140246CThis year, the parade will be on Saturday 8th November. The procession meanders past St Paul’s Cathedral and Ludgate Circus not far from where Frank Harris & Co. have taken on a charming one bedroom property on Carter Lane. Situated along one of London’s historic lanes, this second floor property takes advantage of large window which light up the bright living room with open plan kitchen. The bedroom has gorgeous high ceilings and a walk-in wardrobe. A separate marble shower room puts the cherry on top of this fantastic City flat. Please give Frank Harris & Co. a call on 020 7600 7000 to book a viewing.

October 31, 2014

#Halloween – Things That go Bump in the Night

Boo2If you’re local to Teddington there’s no need to feel spooked if you haven’t managed to sort out your evening for Halloween yet, we have everything you need to make some scary plans…

 

Why not book your place on the Hampton Court Palace Ghost Tours? Find out what spooked some of the palace’s historical residents as you are guided around the palace courtyards at night.  If you are left wanting more, why not seek out our local gothic masterpiece, Strawberry Hill House, the following morning?

 

You’ll have a bit of time to recover from your ghastly experiences in time for the Ghost Stories taking place on 13th December in Teddington’s Normansfield Hospital, or what is now known to as Langdon Down Centre, the perfect setting for a spooky evening out.

 

Do call Russell Gooden or Mark Birch for all your Teddington property needs on 0208 943 9777

October 28, 2014

Look Mum No Hands!

Filed under: Latest News — JSS London @ 3:49 pm

ViewLook Mum No Hands! is an exciting local business on Old Street and makes for the perfect place for those who like cycling, coffee and beer in no particular order!

Head to the café during the day for an artesian coffee and slice of homemade chocolate Guinness cake; take your bike with you as there are two workshops on the premises to facilitate any repairs or improvements on your set of (two) wheels. Later on and perhaps once the bike has been safely put away for the evening, head there for a craft beer while you watch all major cycling events shown on the big screens.

This fantastic local business is just one of the varied array you will find in the Old Street area. Frank Harris & Co. are delighted to have this two bedroom property for sale on Old Street; featuring a large open plan reception room, a brand new kitchen, two bathrooms and two double bedrooms- topped off by a South-facing roof terrace with views over the City skyline. Please call Frank Harris & Co. City Office to view this wonderful property.

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October 24, 2014

Delights of Smithfield

202805_BAR120133CVictoria from our Long Lane Office was very kindly treated to lunch by some future clients of Frank Harris & Co. at Smiths of Smithfield. Home to four different dining spaces, Smiths is one of the many exciting eating houses Farringdon has to offer and it certainly did not disappoint as a lunch venue.

Each of the four floors offer a different experience: the ground floor is a relaxed bar which serves food all day- the décor is quite industrial which reflects the working nature of the environment in Smithfield; the first floor is a lounge style cocktail bar with softer interiors than the floor below. Moving up the building the second floor restaurant has an open kitchen with darker tables which add a sophisticated feel to the exposed brick walls; the top floor restaurant is the epitome of fine dining- the white table cloths and bright view over the meat market and local rooftops make this floor feel truly ethereal.

Victoria enjoyed a fantastic lunch at the Second Floor Dining Room. The provenance of the main ingredients is listed on the right-hand side of the menu with most of the meat produce making the short journey from butchers located in Smithfield Meat Market (Central London’s only fully operational meat market) just across 202805_BAR120133the road; some cuts of beef are even butchered on site at the restaurant! Three out of four of the party enjoyed an escallop of Wagyu veal cooked in parmesan and capers with a rocket salad which from all accounts was absolutely delicious; the other member of the group enjoyed a Thai-style shredded beef salad which had quite a kick! Pudding did not disappoint either as the party devoured a salted caramel cheesecake topped with caramelised pear and toffee popcorn.

The restaurant comes highly recommended, the atmosphere was lively evening at lunch time, the staff too were both helpful and knowledgeable making for a brilliant dining experience all round. Farringdon has so many amazing restaurants on offer it can be hard to choose although Smiths would be high up on our list as one of the best. Located just around the corner of this eatery is Florin Court, a beautiful art-deco building previously used in the filming of Agatha Christie’s Poirot. Frank Harris & Co. are proud to be marketing a charming studio flat with the most astonishing views over St Paul’s Cathedral and the rest of The City. The building has fabulous facilities including its own swimming pool; not to mention this property is five minutes away from Farringdon Station a future stop on Cross Rail which makes it a fantastic investment.

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October 23, 2014

Life Is Sweet!

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , , — JSS London @ 12:19 pm

PuddingWe were delighted to hear about the forthcoming 34th Great Christmas Pudding Race, being held in aid of the extremely worthwhile Cancer Research UK. Members of staff from Jackson-Stops & Staff and our sister company, Frank Harris & Co, are busy preparing their costumes for this fantastic event, which kicks off at 11am with the obstacle course race in Covent Garden. There will be plenty of fun and entertainment for all the family, with some guest celebrities thrown in for good measure, so do come along and show your support. Last year’s Great Christmas Pudding Race raised an incredible £21,000, but they are hoping to beat that amount this year. Please click here to donate and we look forward to sharing photos of Tina Evans, Victoria Ogilvie, Georgina Rabl, Rob Dawson, Francesca Phillips and Robert Butterworth dressed as puddings on the day!

 

October 17, 2014

Sponsored “Elephant Pump” in Africa

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , , — JSS London @ 3:13 pm

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We were so delighted when we received this wonderful photo of our completed sponsored well in Africa! Our decision to install a water cooler from AquAid means that  for each of the machines that we have in our London offices, we have donated money to this incredibly worthwhile cause.

Through our contributions to The Africa Trust, an ‘Elephant Pump’ has been installed in Africa on our behalf. This pump will bring much needed, clean, fresh drinking water and improve the quality of life of those who will have access to our well.

 

AquAid, along with their sister company, Perfect Printer Cartridges, have to date donated over 6 Million Pounds to Charity.

 

October 7, 2014

Literature and Property

This week is the second week of Cheltenham’s Literature Festival; established in 1949, it is the world’s first Literature festival and features the biggest names in the literary world, including Shelia Hancock, Salman Rushdie, Brian Blessed and local legend Brian May.   Jackson-Stops & Staff also have three offices serving Cheltenham and the surrounding Cotswolds.

For those looking for something nearer to home, the Richmond Literature Festival commences at the end of the month. 

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Teddington has also enjoyed its fair share of notable literary figures, including:

 

RD Blackmore, who lived in Gomer House in Field Lane, whose books were the inspiration for Black Beauty written by Anna Sewell; Noel Coward, the great playwright, who lived on Waldegrave Road; presently, we have the social commentator, writer, journalist and comedian Viv Groskop.

 

At Jackson-Stops & Staff in Teddington we have let and sold a number of properties in and around Field Lane, Gomer GardensWaldegrave Road and Blackmore Grove.

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Studio to rent Waldegrave Gardens, Twickenham TW1 4PQ

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House to rent Blackmores Grove, Teddington TW11 9AE

 

 

October 6, 2014

“Our Dog and Chopper Logo”

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , , — JSS London @ 2:42 pm

White Dog&Axe1We are often asked by our clients about the meaning behind our logo, with its distinctive image that is affectionately referred by staff as the ‘dog and chopper’. In fact, the logo is taken from the Jackson-Stops’ family crest and depicts a wolf carrying an axe.

The coat of arms is a modern one and was created in the late 1920s or early 1930s, commissioned by our company founder, Herbert Jackson-Stops.

Do you know the meaning behind the symbols:

 

BATTLE AXE: symbolises the execution of military duty

WOLF: reward of perseverance and hard work.

 

…and duty to clients, perseverance and hard work are all values that we hold dear at Jackson-Stops & Staff to the present day!

October 3, 2014

Teddington Rugby Club

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , , , , — JSS London @ 8:04 am

TRC-35TRC-61The second year of our sponsorship of Teddington Rugby Football Club’s Minis Section (U6 to U12 Age Groups) is firmly underway; the season got off to a brilliant start with the Club’s unveiling of its fantastic new clubhouse.

Jackson-Stops & Staff was delighted to be invited along to the official unveiling of the new clubhouse, which has replaced what was previously referred to fondly as the ‘Old Shed’! The Club’s new home is testament to its band of loyal supporters, some incredible fundraising efforts and sheer hard work and perseverance of its members. On the day of the opening, the sun shone and club members mingled with people from the local community, enjoying a glass of bubbly and delicious canapes in the beautiful setting of Royal Bushy Park.

The Club was delighted to welcome Harlequin and sometimes England player, Marland Yarde, to officially open the clubhouse by cutting the ribbon, which followed some great speeches by key club members. TRC-20

 

Many of the Minis’ players enjoyed the chance to grab an autograph and a few works with their sporting hero throughout the event. After the formalities, it was onto a great afternoon, which involved plenty of meat on the BBQ, a bouncy castle, pony rides and even a bucking bronco ride for the children (and some brave adults).

 

The club is promoting its new clubhouse as a perfect venue for business ‘break out’ days, sit-down dinners and parties, so do get in touch if you’re looking for somewhere to host an event. In the meantime, we continue to support the Minis every way we can and are delighted to continue our association with such a great local club. Go the Minis!

 

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October 2, 2014

Private Residential Squares

At Jackson-Stops & Staff in Pimlico, we are very lucky to have two of London’s best private residential squares on our doorstep. We currently have property to rent in both Warwick Square and Eccleston Square.

JSS-Pimlico Location Shots-008If you would like to live in a flat with a view and potential use of the gardens Georgina Clarke and the Pimlico Lettings Team have just the properties for you:

A two bedroom flat to rent in Warwick Square, London SW1V 2AB and a second floor flat to rent in Eccleston Square, London SW1V 1NS.

Georgina and the team would be happy to show you around, please call them on 0207 828 4050

September 19, 2014

It’s Open House again!

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , , , , — JSS London @ 9:51 am

This weekend is when some of London’s finest buildings throw their doors open to the public in the annual London Open House event, allowing us all a wonderful opportunity to glimpse inside some of the most architecturally intriguing and historically important buildings across the capital and its environs.  Here at Jackson-Stops & Staff, we’ve been looking at what’s on offer to view and thought we would give you a flavour of what you can expect to see in some of our office locations:

In the City, our sister company, Frank Harris & Company, is marketing a property in the Barbican Centre, an iconic building which is featuring a property in the Open House event this weekend.

…so if you are planning to view this property, why not check out our contemporary apartment located nearby.

If you’re visiting an open house in Holland Park, why not take a few minutes out to view a couple of our latest lettings instructions in the vicinity:

St Mary Abbotts Terrace £1295 per week (fees apply)              Ilchester Mansions £795 per week (fees apply)

House to rent St Mary Abbots Terrace W14 8NX

House to rent St Mary Abbots Terrace W14 8NX

Ilchester Mansions, Kensington W8 6AE

Flat to rent Ilchester Mansions, Kensington W8 6AE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

…over to our Pimlico office and our Lettings Director, Georgina Clarke, was delighted to see that the building she climbed to the top of last year has made it into this year’s Open House list:

While you’re in the area, why not arrange a viewing for this lovely house, on the market in Westmoreland Place (the Westmoreland Triangle backs on to Peabody Avenue)

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Westmoreland Place SW1V 4AE

Meanwhile, in Teddington and the Richmond Borough, highlights of the event include Radnor House School, Garrick’s Temple, Richmond Theatre, the Richard Burton Mausoleum and the Langdon Down Centre. Do pop in to discuss any of your own home requirements and talk to our team, at 36 High Street, Teddington.

If you are planning to visit Open Houses in Wimbledon, be sure to take time to view this wonderful split-level apartment:

Apartment to rent Grosvenor Hill, Wimbledon SW19 4RU

Apartment to rent Grosvenor Hill, Wimbledon SW19 4RU

Apartment to rent Grosvenor Hill, Wimbledon SW19 4RU

Apartment to rent Grosvenor Hill, Wimbledon SW19 4RU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the full list of what’s available to view, take a look at the London Open House website for full details

Enjoy!

September 18, 2014

Facts and Rumours

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , , — JSS London @ 1:30 pm

Fact Chris Evans announced that Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor will be on the BBC Breakfast Show

Detached House for sale Ormond Avenue, Hampton TW12

Detached House for sale Ormond Avenue, Hampton TW12

 

Rumour has it that they may be announcing a long

awaited World Tour and playing another exclusive track from Queen

 

Fact Brian May was born in Hampton in 1947

Flat to rent Cranmer Court, Hampton Hill TW12 1DP

Flat to rent Cranmer Court, Hampton Hill TW12

 

Fact also in Hampton we have a stunning two bedroom maisonette for rental whose exterior hides a #KindofMagic with the well-proportioned interior inside or a six bedroom Edwardian family home for sale. #IWantItAll

 

 

September 12, 2014

Sailing Fans & River Homes

Filed under: Latest News — JSS London @ 3:19 pm

Are you a sailing fan? There are many sailing clubs on The River Thames from the central locations of the Docklands Sailing and Water Club Centre, The Greenwich Sailing Club, The London Corinthian in Hammersmith and going further west The Richmond Yacht Club or even Tamesis in Hampton Wick. At Jackson-Stops & Staff we have offices covering many of these waterside locations, Pimlico, Chelsea, Richmond, Teddington, Weybridge. And here in Pimlico we have our very own sailing club, with lovely function rooms overlooking the water.  

If you fancy living close to boating base, we have a selection of properties in River Lodge just a few minutes walk away. The Penthouse in Grosvenor Road and a third floor flat in Grosvenor Road

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Penthouse flat to rent Grosvenor Road SW1V 3JY

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Third Floor flat to rent Grosvenor Road SW1V 3JY

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