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July 17, 2015

Filipino Fun on the Farm

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jq57309gThis weekend, Apps Court Farm celebrates all things Filipino when it plays host to the Barrio Fiesta sa London festival taking place on 18th and 19th July. Apps Court Farm is located nearby to our Teddington office and describes itself as being ‘a beautiful, multipurpose 82 acre park next to the Thames at Sunbury Lock, between Hampton Court Palace and Walton on Thames.’ There will be a host of events and music to celebrate this vibrant culture, along with Pinoy fun and entertainment featuring the best of Filipino cultural performances and stars from the Philippines. The event is free and open to all the general public and is aimed particularly at families to come along and enjoy…children are sure to enjoy the fun fair.

The Filipino Embassy in London is on Suffolk Street and we at Jackson-Stops & Staff have a number of offices covering the Westminster area, including our Pimlico office which is currently marketing a newly refurbished 5th floor apartment on Stafford Place


July 16, 2015

‘A Word From’ our Wimbledon Sales Manager, Stuart Mills:

Stuart Mills BWWith another wonderful Wimbledon Tennis championship now over, the Village returns to normal – well, Summer normal, at least. Private schools have already broken up for the holidays and the local state schools will be doing the same later this week. In terms of property, this will no doubt signal the start of a cooling of the pace within the market whilst many families enjoy sunnier climes during this period. However, period properties in particular continue to sell over the summer period and it can be a good time to buy, as there may be less competition from other buyers. Do make sure you are in regular contact with us as we frequently hold properties discreetly which may not be advertised on the open market, so relying on the internet alone could mean that you lose out.

2015 has proven to be an interesting year for the market so far. The earlier months prior to the election felt slightly jittery, with talk of mansion taxes and the prospect of a Labour government’s changing housing policies. With a convincing win for the Conservatives, it was widely predicted within the industry that the market would take off immediately. In fact, this has not proven to be the case. The market has no doubt benefitted from knowing the outcome but I think that many buyers perhaps feel they have time on their side and are therefore not rushing to make that purchase. Mortgage rates remain historically low, and with the real shortage of homes in the UK, it is in some ways rather perplexing as to why sales remain at a lower point than might be expected. This is very likely to mean that with growing, pent-up demand we will see a surge in the market, possibly not necessarily in prices but certainly in the number of sales completed.

All this means that if you are considering selling then now is a great time to get any minor works done to your property and then arrange for Jackson-Stops to give you an up-to-date market appraisal, in readiness for the Autumn market.

Some properties within our patch have been on the market for some time. If this rings true with your own home it can often be beneficial to have a reappraisal. I was looking at properties online recently and was amazed by how many still had Spring images of their garden showing…no leaves on the trees is big give away and makes you wonder how much care and attention is being given by the agent. Of course, being realistic about your own property’s value can, quite simply, mean that the move you want to make does indeed happen. We have been very successful in selling properties that have been on the market for some time with other agents; bringing enthusiasm, experience and a fresh pair of eyes to a property really can make all the difference.

My team and I would be delighted to offer advice to you, whether you are looking to sell, buy, let or rent. We are here in the Village to help in any way we can – do make that move.

July 11, 2015

‘A Word From’ our Mayfair Lettings Manager, Camilla Molyneux:

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Camilla Molyneux BWMayfair remains in a class of its own

Although the prime central London Lettings Market is generally being reported as continually buoyant, with rental prices seeing strong annual increases, Mayfair as ever remains an isolated market with its own trends. At this time of year we usually experience the gradual build towards the traditionally busy months of July, August and September. It is during this time that we experience an influx of prospective tenants from overseas, typically looking for a 1-2 bedroom high specification apartments in Mayfair and the surrounding areas of St James and Marylebone. As demand at this time of year is usually at its strongest, balancing demand against supply always proves a challenge. It is very much a case of ‘the early bird catches the worm’ and those tenants who have started their search now in anticipation of an August/September move-in have managed to secure a good property quickly. It is these elements that combine to make now an excellent time for Landlords to bring their property to the market in order to achieve the best rental price.

July 10, 2015

Summer Budget reaction

Nicholas Leeming - BWA new downsizing market will emerge as a result of the inheritance tax reforms, according to leading property expert Nicholas Leeming, chairman of national estate agents Jackson-Stops & Staff. He said: “The changes in inheritance tax are a step towards encouraging older home owners to downsize and so free up larger properties for families who need more space.”

Nicholas Leeming also highlighted that changes in buy to let tax relief will hit many small and older private investors. He said: “This a major blow to a sector that is heavily reliant on private investors and who provide a crucial supply of property to the private rental sector.”

On the move to abolish permanent non-dom status, he commented: “It is vital that the capital retains its attraction to non doms. The stricter rules being applied to non doms, while having some merit, will inevitably further dampen demand from international buyers in central London where the market for higher valued properties has already slowed sharply following last year’s changes in stamp duty. This will affect the London economy, impacting restaurants, clubs and retail in prime central London.”


July 2, 2015

‘A Word From’ our Mayfair Sales Manager, Nicholas Austin:

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Well, celebrity homes seem to be the latest trend in our Mayfair office at the moment, having taken on two lovely properties recently with celebrity connections.  We are currently marketing a wonderful three bedroom apartment just behind Grosvenor Square that was once owned by Christina Onassis. Christina was the daughter of the shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis, who married Jackie Kennedy in 1968 following the untimely death of her husband, President John F Kennedy. Christina lived in the apartment during the 1970’s and 1980’s up till her death in Argentina in 1988, and her parents were regular visitors. Apart from being a fabulous apartment, the property also comes with an added, extremely rare gem in Mayfair, a wonderful roof garden measuring approximately 930 sq ft.  If you are looking instead for a freehold, we also have a fantastic mews house that was once the home of champion racing driver, Stirling Moss.  The house is a technical whizz’s dream, as everything can be controlled from your iPad and also comes with its own private cinema. If you are hoping to bump into Stirling himself then this is the house for you; when he sold it, he simply moved next door to a property with a larger garage.  Mayfair is steeped in a rich history and has many secrets still to uncover.  Properties with the blue plaque factor always receive a huge amount of interest from buyers.  If you would like any more information on these properties, or indeed on Mayfair in general, then please do pop in and see me at 17 Curzon Street, I would be delighted to meet you.       

July 1, 2015

It’s Hot! Hot! Hot!

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With the gorgeous summer weather in London, who doesn’t want a house with an air conditioning unit?  Here is just a selection of properties from some of our offices that will keep you feeling cool!

Sophia House in Wimbledon has a “heat recovery air conditioning system” providing “state of the art air handling to leisure facilities”.  And the leisure facilities include a pool… the perfect way too cool off in this hot weather!



Penthouse to rent South Audley Street W1K 1HA


House for sale Queen’s Gate Mews SW7 5QJ



Property to rent Greystoke Place, EC4A


Detached House for sale Sophia House, Wimbledon SW20 0EP


Property for sale St. Dunstans House,Fetter Lane EC4A


House for sale Winchester Street, London SW1V



Apartment for sale Fairlawns, Wimbledon SW19 5LR



Apartment to rent High Street, Teddington TW11 8JD



Property to rent Greystoke Place, EC4A

June 29, 2015

‘A Word From’ our Weybridge Lettings Manager, Camilla Trussler:

Camilla Trussler BWWe enjoy a strong presence throughout Elmbridge, with our established team operating out of our Surrey flagship office located on Queens Road in Weybridge. This beautiful area caters for all tastes, with Victorian properties nestled within walking distance of the High Streets, as well as properties on a larger scale; these range from completely refurbished, Grade II listed buildings sitting in acreage through to new-build mansions located on dramatic plots within private estates such as St George’s Hill in Weybridge.

With the many private estates in the area (including St George’s Hill in Weybridge, Burwood Park in Walton, Crowne Estate in Oxshott and Fairmile Park in Cobham), the executive and elusive are attracted to the area for the element of seclusion and privacy it provides. We have a number of famous footballers and ‘wags,’ rugby stars, tennis champs, girl band members and established rock stars; we have TV personalities young and old, as well as world famous stars of the screen. We also have some movers and shakers from the political world choosing to base themselves here…and if high flyers of the executive world are of interest, we also have owners of diamond mines living in St George’s Hill.

Another pull is the wealth of educational opportunities provided in the area. We have some of the best performing schools in the country and, of course, three of the best international schools (Tasis, ACS and ISL) all located in the locality. This is a major draw for anyone who travels the world and wishes to provide their children with a top class education. The schools remain a driving force for people looking in the areas we cover and over the last few weeks we have seen increased activity from relocation agents hired by the corporate companies moving families from overseas to make the most of the education provided within the area.

The area caters for the demands of professional individuals and couples alike, especially those who travel the world frequently, either for business or pleasure. Elmbridge provides an easy loop onto the A3 and access onto the M25. When in Weybridge, you are less than twenty miles from Mayfair (useful if popping to Harrods for a spot of shopping, or perhaps The Ritz for a spot of afternoon tea) and on a fast train it can take as little as 25 minutes from Weybridge into London Waterloo. Saying this, there is plenty of opportunity for retail therapy right her on the doorstep, with Cobham and Weybridge both offering boutique shopping that caters for all tastes.

The area also provides easy access to some truly stunning countryside, whether that be for a stroll in the gardens of Wisley, or taking tea in the grounds of Painshill Park in Cobham; the expanse of the Surrey Hills is just a few minutes away, an easy drive down the A3.

In the last few months we have noticed that a number of our tenants currently in occupation are deciding to renew and stay where they are, rather than incur the cost of moving. The knock-on effect of this trend is that there is a limited amount of property available on the market within the rental sector, so demand is high. If you are considering renting out your property, please do contact me or any member of my Jackson-Stops & Staff Weybridge lettings team, on 01932 859355 or weybridge@jackson-stops.com; we would be delighted to hear from you.

June 20, 2015

‘A Word From’ our Holland Park Sales Manager, Sebastian Anduze:

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Sebastian Anduze BWThe central London property market overall continues strongly into the summer months; following the recent General Election, property prices are expected to rise over the next 5 years by at least 25%, according to some sources. As an area, Holland Park tends to experience the perennial situation of a lack of sales stock available when compared to the immediate demand from motivated buyers.

Holland Park, Notting Hill and Kensington all prove extremely popular with not only domestic but foreign buyers seeking to park their money in either owner occupier or buy- to- let properties. This is hardly surprising, given the positive future capital appreciation of both flats and houses in the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea; this combines with a reasonable annual yield received from letting, averaging between 2.5%-3.0%.

I have worked in a variety of different areas within London over the last 25 years and I must admit I experience a great deal of satisfaction managing the Holland Park sales operation of Jackson-Stops from our office in Portland Road. With each passing day spent working in this part of London, it becomes increasingly clear why it has been-  and will always be – attractive to buyers from many walks of life. The area boasts close proximity to the West End and the City financial districts, a fabulous selection of schools, wonderful parks, a complete mix of ethnic cultures and a stunning range of architectural styles, in amongst an eclectic range of cafes, bars and restaurants.

Our market tends to operate largely on a seasonal basis, with the spring, early summer and autumn months tending to be our busiest sales periods. During school holidays, business tends to be understandably quiet in terms of trade activity and enquiries. However, there is always a sale to be made at the right price…like all of my colleagues across our national network of Jackson-Stops & Staff offices we are always actively looking to assist our clients in every way possible throughout the entire course of the year! Please do get in touch, I would be delighted to hear from you.

June 19, 2015

A runaway success at Oatlands

JS & Oatlands 2Members of staff from our Weybridge office were delighted to pay a visit to Oatlands School this week and present them with a cheque, as part of our sponsorship for their PTA fundraising event, which involved dedicated parents running in the Brooklands Half Marathon this year.

The school’s Head Teacher, Patricia Beechey, was extremely pleased to receive the cheque from Kelly Harris (Sales) and Lucy Jones (Lettings) for her primary school, which is based in St Mary’s Road, in the favoured Oatlands area of Weybridge. We hope that the participants’ aches and blisters have healed since the race and that they allowed themselves a bit of time out from their training schedule once the event was over. Congratulations to all the PTA runners on their phenomenal fundraising efforts and we wish them well for next year!

June 12, 2015

Grow, Inspire and Feast

The end of this month sees the start of the spectacular Hampton Court Flower Show and this year’s theme is Grow, Inspire and Feast.

If you can’t wait until then and are looking for some local inspiration for this weekend instead, Sunday the 14th June is when ‘Teddington in Flower’ bursts into bloom, when a number of stunning local gardens will be on display.

Some of Teddington’s most green fingered residents are throwing open their garden gates to the public, with gardens on Elmfield Avenue, Teddington Park and Udney Park Road available to visit during this time.

We at Jackson-Stops & Staff are proud to present to the market a selection of properties with gardens which allow you to grow, inspire and feast on your produce or enjoy your floral successes…

…from a modernistic contemporary house on Langham Road

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…to a quaint Victorian Cottage on Watts Lane

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…or a modern apartment overlooking Bushy Park with a large balcony.

Whether you are looking to buy, rent or invest we have the property for you, the people to support and advise you in the process and the places for you to enjoy.



‘A Word From’ our Pimlico Lettings Director, Georgina Clarke:

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The Pimlico rentals market is waking up after a rather cautious pre-election period. Our area is affected more than most when it comes to the election – being in the heart of Westminster the demand and turnover of stock is typically high at such pivotal times, as we act as the government dormitory. As soon as the new government was confirmed we saw an increase in tenant registrations and amongst them a high number of MPs and civil servants, as we expected. This is, of course, great news for Landlords at the lower end of the market with one and two bedrooms properties that fall within the IPSA set budgets.


We are proud to display a strong lettings register across the full range, ranging from studios through to five bedroom family houses. Stock levels in the area as a whole are abundant, which does make the market a bit more competitive as demand is still relatively low. However we are yet to see the seasonal influx which happens at this time. Once the summer market kicks in properly it tends to be strong through until October. This seasonal demand includes corporate tenants, many of whom are looking to place their children in school in September, as well as international students and job-seeking graduates new to London.  


For buy-to-let investors, Pimlico remains a robust area for investment yields, averaging 3% -3.5%, which is to be expected in Prime Central London. Rents are increasing at a sensible level year on year but are not keeping up with the steep increases in capital values, but even this is slowing down to a more sensible level of growth. Undoubtedly the classic period buildings in Pimlico offer ideal long term investments, retaining strong aesthetic appeal and still proving to be good value for zone 1.

June 11, 2015

Latest Findings from JSS London Research

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Average prices in London are continuing to grow strongly. All but four boroughs experienced double digit annual price increases according to the latest Land Registry data published (up to May 2015). The lowest annual change in price growth was recorded in Kensington and Chelsea (4.4%) and Westminster (6.4%) among all London boroughs (10.9%). Higher taxes levied, interfering most with the top end property market (stamp duty, capital gains and ATED), along with concern over the election, has undoubtedly been the main reason behind prime London slowing down.


The majority Conservative government means that no mansion tax or major reform of the lettings market will be implemented. Their handling and plan for the economy is also potentially the most conducive to economic growth. There were expectations of a marked increase in demand after the election; however, this has not been the case, although an Autumn pick-up is now anticipated. The higher taxes, consistent price growth seen over the last five years, as well as more stringent lending restrictions, have all affected demand. This is a permanent trend and will likely prevent the prime boroughs returning to double digit growth for a while. These are natural economic suppressors on demand and potentially healthy in helping the market slow down to avoid unsustainable price inflation.


For the first time since the financial crisis, we are seeing outer boroughs of London outperform prime central areas as a consistent trend. Pure equity (cash funding), resilience to economic troubles and better sentiment among centrally orientated buyers, particularly from abroad, saw strong demand fuel price growth in London’s prime boroughs. However we now see that the comparative value in peripheral markets coupled with a resurgence in domestic demand has fuelled these non-central boroughs to rise disproportionally.


Looking forward, better economic performance (with consumer and business sentiment increasing, rising real earnings and low interest rates) will raise activity both among borrowers and lenders, spurring more transactions in the market. Market commentators are estimating prime central prices to rise approximately 20-25% to the end of 2019, therefore continued growth is predicted (although not as in the last few years when this would have occurred in just 12 months). Having just overcome a major degree of uncertainty among buyers and sellers, we will now see the EU membership referendum (potentially having significant implications for London) and mayoral elections influencing on demand over the next two years. However the UK and housing market’s economic fundamentals remain strong, paving the way for continued growth.


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Source: Land Registry/JSS Research



Rental growth is being recorded by all major price indices. Supply and demand has been affected by the election, with some postponing a decision to let and some sales applicants deciding to rent for the interim. The RICS reports that in a three month period up until May, both rental demand and new instructions increased with price expectations positive going forward. Supply has been reported to have risen steadily for the last three years, potentially slowing price growth but more positively allowing for increased activity. Looking at the drivers of demand, one major aspect – employment in the service sector, in particular the finance sector, is improving. Rental yields have risen slightly, with capital growth in central London slowing.


June 9, 2015

Opening New Doors

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Teddington High Street has a new arrival in the shape of Jack Brunsdon, the first London showroom of the bespoke Door and Window company offering handcrafted doors and windows for the discerning customer.


Jackson-Stops & Staff is one of the leading Estate Agents in Teddington, opening many new doors to vendors, landlords, tenants and buyers throughout different stages of their lives. We offer an extensive range of properties to buy or to rent…our doors are always open, please do come in to discuss your own requirements with us, we would be delighted to see you.



June 4, 2015

A Spiralling Success

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jq61302bJackson-Stops & Staff Pimlico are delighted to offer a unique house in the popular Moreton Triangle, to rent. The two bedroom property features a spiral staircase from the entrance hall to the top floor master bedroom, and entertaining space that would be ideal for modern young professionals. Available unfurnished. For further details please call Georgina Clarke and the Pimlico Lettings team on 0207 828 4050

June 3, 2015

A word from Russell Gooden

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Russell Gooden BWIn true, typical Teddington style the market here has once again shown its resilience. The outcome of the General Election appears to have bolstered the market further and it’s been very much business as usual here in our High Street office. New properties, or a lack of them, is the only fly in the ointment as we continue to see a reduction in fresh stock coming to the market. Having said that, the buyers we have registered are highly motivated and the offer levels we are receiving tend to be very encouraging. It seems that many buyers see this as a good time to move forward and secure their next property. If you are still sitting on the fence as a seller you could well find this an ideal time to capitalise on the renewed interest from buyers – and if you were to sell at the moment the chances are that there wouldn’t be many competing properties, which could well result in you achieving a strong price. Finally, you should consider the sort of exposure you would like for your property. In our experience, the wider the market place you expose your home to the stronger the offer will be, it’s all about marketing to the widest audience possible. That said, we understand completely that some clients choose to market their home on a more discreet, ‘below the radar’ basis and we have achieved excellent results in this way, too. Do get in touch if you would like to discuss how we do things, we would be delighted to hear from you.  Russell Gooden – russellgooden@jackson-stops.com 0208 943 9777

June 2, 2015

Great Northern bounce in Land Registry figures

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LOWRES Sale boardA great Northern bounce in the latest Land Registry figures in Yorkshire, The Humber and the Trafford district of Greater Manchester reflects longer-term confidence by buyers and investors following Government investment, according to leading property expert Nicholas Leeming, Chairman of upmarket national estate agents, Jackson-Stops & Staff.

Nicholas Leeming said: “London continues to outperform the rest of the country, even though sales levels over £1 million were down year on year in February, probably due to the threat of mansion tax. Newham showed the highest annual rise and Hackney the highest monthly increase which reflects how buyers and investors are increasingly looking East in the capital to find new areas offering value.

“Increased investment in Yorkshire, Humberside and the evolution of the Northern Powerhouse in Manchester have contributed to a surge in confidence in these areas. Greater Manchester is shaping up to be a great place to invest as major London companies continue to establish a presence in the City.”

May 29, 2015

A word from Emma Mills

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Emma Mills BWThe property news is full of comment about Prime Central London rents increasing at a huge rate, but the reality is that there has been more of a steady, level movement across the market in the past few months. May has been busy, however, and our Chelsea Lettings office on Cadogan Street has seen increased numbers of tenants deciding to move, perhaps as a consequence of the General Election and people now deciding to forge ahead with their plans.


We find that the majority of those on the move are relocating to different areas of London or further afield across the UK, rather than upsizing or downsizing within Chelsea itself, which makes room for the newcomers to London. Chelsea remains a popular area with tenants at all levels of the market, from students looking for a convenient studio flat for their studies through to families wishing to take advantage of the many well-regarded schools in the vicinity.


My advice for Landlords would be to ensure that properties are in tip-top condition, to the extent of having the decorator ready to go and work their magic as soon as the property becomes vacant, in order to try and reduce any void periods.

May 28, 2015

‘Tis the season to be…sneezing

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td60956It’s May, which can only mean one thing…Spring has well and truly sprung and along with it, so too has hay fever season, bringing the misery of constant sneezing and stinging eyes to people throughout the country.

In the heart of London’s Theatreland, Noel Coward’s seasonally titled ‘Hay Fever’ has started its run at the Duke of York’s Theatre through until the mednoel_coward1summer, featuring Felicity Kendal as a member of the unconventional Bliss family. Coward himself was born on Waldegrave Road in Teddington, where our local Jackson-Stops & Staff office is currently marketing a lovely, newly refurbished cottage on nearby Victor Road, located adjacent to Waldegrave Road. For those suffering from hay fever, the property features a low maintenance garden with no grass and very few plants…ideal to keep those symptoms at bay over the coming months. Please contact Mark Birch and the lettings team on 0208 943 9955 arrange a viewing.



May 27, 2015

Boats, Property, Teddington

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td57449fLast week saw the start of the 75th anniversary of the Dunkirk  landings, with a number of the original boats sailing from Kent.


In May 1940, one hundred boats set out from Tough Boatyard, adjacent to the Tides End Cottage Pub in Ferry Lane, Teddington.


If you’re looking for somewhere special to keep your own small boat in Teddington, Jackson-Stops & Staff has just the property for you – located in Broom Water, a newly extended riverside home, complete with its own mooring at the end of the garden.


For more details about this very special property, please contact Mark Birch on 0208 943 9955

May 26, 2015

Dentists, Denizens & Dynamics

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WimbledonWimbledon is well renowned for its sporting accolades, as well as its deep and rich architectural history. In amongst the high-rises and office blocks lies a plethora of innovatively designed modern buildings and historic listed mansions.

One such property lies at 89 Wimbledon Park Side, a Grade II listed building, which has been sympathetically restored and subsequently converted into a collection of houses, maisonettes and apartments. Fairlawns boasts a grand entrance, complete with 3-bay Ionic colonnade, leading from an ‘in and out’ drive with well-kept gardens and many original period features.

The house was created by notable gardener and accomplished architect, Joseph Paxton. HistoryPaxton is known predominantly for his Crystal Palace, rendered physically possible by the technological advances made in the manufacture of both glass and cast iron, made financially possible by the lowering of tax on glass at the time. Employing these learned techniques on other projects in later years, Paxton achieved much success in the planning and creation of many country manors, notably Mentmore Towers, Chateau de Ferrieres and of course Fairlawns. Interestingly, the property was commissioned by Edwin Saunders, dentist to Queen Victoria, Albert, Prince Consort, and other members of the Royal family. Fairlawns was also the place where he passed away in 1901.

Jackson-Stops & Staff is delighted to have both 9 Fairlawns & 10 Fairlawns listed for sale through its Wimbledon Village office.For further information, please contact Stuart Mills on 020 8879 0099 or stuartmills@jackson-stops.com.

We often take the long and colourful history that surrounds us for granted,the heritage contained within the bricks and mortar that some of us are fortunate enough to call home. For properties with a past, present or future please do contact Jackson-Stops & Staff Wimbledon, we would be delighted to hear from you.

Written by Oliver-Tristan Barker

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