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May 25, 2017

Playing at Playwam

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We are delighted to be sponsoring Playwam Preschool’s Summer Fair once again this year, which is taking place from 11am – 1.00pm on June 17th.

The Fair is being held at Colville Court Gardens on Park Road, Teddington, and guarantees plenty of fun for all the family…there will be pony rides for the children, Little Kickers, a selection of traditional games, and a bouncy castle.

Once you’ve worked up an appetite from all of the activities, you can enjoy coffee and cake, as well as a selection of food cooked on the BBQ.

Do pop along and support this fantastic local event in Teddington, we hope to see you there!


April 28, 2017

Fit for a King!

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Kingston Lane, Teddington

If you’re in search of a bit of cultural enrichment for you and the family this Bank Holiday weekend, then you need look no further than historical Hampton Court Palacewhich was of course once home to King Henry VIII. 

If the thought of living in the local area takes your fancy, why not arrange a viewing of this wonderful property we are marketing to Let through our Teddington office at the moment. Like the Palace, the property provides spacious accommodation, which includes five bedrooms, as well as a contemporary interior which is truly fit for a King! Located in Kingston Lane in nearby Teddington, the property is available to rent for £5,700 per calendar month (fees apply). Do get in touch with our Lettings team to arrange a viewing.


February 14, 2017

Why not make a Big Splash in Teddington?

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David Hockney, one of Britain’s most popular and influential living artists, brings his most comprehensive exhibition to the Tate Britain this month, which will run from the 9th February through to the 29th May 2017.

Hockney’s works are always bright and uplifting and feature a variety of subjects, including his love of water. In 1967, he started a collection of works based around swimming pools, which is entitled the Big Splash.

Terraced House to rent Fairways, Teddington, TW11

Terraced House to rent Fairways, Teddington, TW11

Flat to rent Mallard Place, Twickenham, TW1

Flat to rent Mallard Place, Twickenham, TW1










If the artworks leave you feeling inspired to make your own splash, our Jackson-Stops & Staff Teddington branch is currently marketing two wonderful properties which have the added benefit of being set beside the River, or feature a communal swimming pool to take a dip in. We have a fabulous riverside townhouse which is spread over four floors and located in a tranquil setting between parkland and the river, available to rent for £2,650 per calendar month (fees apply); we also have a beautiful apartment to rent in Mallard Place, a riverside development that also includes a heated swimming pool within the communal gardens. The apartment is available to rent for £1,675 per calendar month (fees apply). Do get in touch with our team in Teddington, who would be delighted to help you make your own splash this month!

January 30, 2017

Take a Teddington walk on the wild side

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We’re sure that the BBC’s wonderful series of Winter Watch will have captured your imagination and fuelled your enthusiasm for the wonderful array of wildlife that lives all around us.

Our Teddington team is spoilt with the incredible amount of rare birds and other animals living nearby in Royal Bushy Park. If you would like to view wildlife a little closer to your own home, we have a range of properties available to rent in TW11 that feature private gardens and communal spaces.


Terraced House to rent Arlington Road, Teddington, TW11


Flat to rent Hampton Road, Teddington, TW11


Flat to rent Harrowdene Gardens, Teddington, TW11








Why not ‘duck’ in the next time you’re ‘flying’ past our office on the high street and arrange a bird’s eye view of one of these lovely properties?


December 19, 2016

Strictly provides all the right moves!

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dancing-929818_1920This weekend saw the sparkling finale of Strictly Come Dancing on our television screens – a race, or rather, a quick step, between Danny Mac, Ore Oduba and Louise Redknapp. The hot-footed winner, Ore, was the dancer who lifted the coveted Glitterball Trophy and described his win afterwards as being the ‘most unexpected moment of my life’.

Has the hard work of the contestants left you feeling inspired to learn the difference between the Rumba and the American Smooth? Wanting to dance the Maypole or the triple step?

If so, why not enquire at Kelly’s Dance Studios on Park Road in Hampton Wick, located nearby to our Teddington office on the High Street. The Studios were established 35 years ago and provide the opportunity to take your first steps in many different dance styles.


Detached House to rent Park Road

Our Teddington Lettings team is currently marketing a wonderful seven bedroom house on Park Road,  just a few short (dance) steps from the Studio. The property was originally formed of two dwellings and now boasts c.4,400 sq ft of accommodation. With a reception room measuring c.40ft by c.23ft you could transform it into your very own private dance space.

The property enjoys a wonderfully creative past and previous residents have included Joan Armatrading, the legendary, three times Grammy nominated British singer and songwriter.

Why not waltz on down to our Jackson-Stops & Staff Teddington Team, we would be delighted to quick step you over to the property in double time.


August 10, 2016

Rowing in Rio

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It’s hard to believe that four years have passed since London played host to the last Olympic games back in 2012. Despite the various controversies that have threatened to engulf this year’s spectacle at times, the games are now fully underway in Rio and the world’s finest athletes are putting four years of gruelling preparation to the ultimate test, in front of an admiring global audience. One spectator who is paying particularly close attention is our very own Lettings Negotiator, Elouisa Jones-Gray, who is eagerly awaiting the chance to watch her friend since childhood, John Collins, competing in the Rowing Double Scull in Rio.

Terraced House to rent Quayside Walk

Terraced House to rent Quayside Walk

If the sight of the rowers out on the waters inspires you or your family to try your hand at this particular sport, why not take the opportunity of renting a beautiful riverside house that is located just a short distance from Kingston Rowing Club.  The contemporary, four bedroomed property is set on the riverside and could be the start of your very own Olympian journey…roll on 2020!

To arrange a viewing of the property, please contact Elouisa at our Teddington Lettings office on the High Street, she would be delighted to help.


June 13, 2016

Our service is in full bloom

We recently saw the end of another spectacular display at the annual Chelsea Flower Show. However, there are more fabulous flowers to look forward to seeing, as we head towards the summer months with the equally famous – and much larger – Hampton Court Flower Show commencing on 5th July.

With spring fully in the air and summer just round the corner, now is the perfect time to find your own perfect green space. Whether you are searching for a bijou balcony or a large, south facing garden for alfresco entertaining, Jackson-Stops & Staff offers properties for sale or to rent at price points suitable for all budgets. Here is a small selection from our Teddington office on the High Street:


Pharaohs Island, Shepperton


Broom Road, Teddington


Church Road, Teddington

If you are looking for something that little bit special, please do contact our experienced team, who would be delighted to help you.



June 9, 2016

Moving your property rental service into Top Gear with Jackson-Stops & Staff

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gear-1294844_1280After much anticipation, we have at last been able to settle down on a Sunday night and enjoy the long-awaited relaunch of the BBC’s Top Gear programme. As you will no doubt be aware, the newly formatted programme is co-presented by Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc, which has been met with mixed reviews from critics and fans alike. I personally feel that the show is pretty good, but so far it slightly lacks the classic chemistry of the previous presenters.


If you’re looking for some classic chemistry, you need look no further than the Hanworth Classic event taking place in Bushy Park on the 26th June, which will feature a host of classic vehicles, many of which have distinctly 50’s vintage vibe.

Terraced House to rent with garage, Fairways, Teddington, TW11

Terraced House to rent with garage Fairways, Teddington, TW11

Here at our established Jackson-Stops & Staff Teddington office on the High Street, we offer a classic service to our many long-term clients, marketing a wide range of properties to sell and rent; these include properties which provide garages, allocated or secure parking, in case you need somewhere safe to park your very own classic. Please do get in touch to discuss your property requirements, we would be delighted to help.

Mark Birch, Director, Teddington Lettings 0208 943 9955


June 4, 2016

Are you feeling inspired today?

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13243811_245988485758532_6729931776384790491_oMark Birch, Director at our Teddington Lettings Office was feeling inspired when one of his ceramic sculptures was shortlisted for the V&A Inspired By competition; Mark has created a building block sculpture inspired by a clockwork car which was exhibited recently at the Bethnal Green Children’s Museum.

To view Mark’s building block sculpture, you can visit the Morley Gallery from the 17th May to 17th June, which will perhaps inspire you to create your very own piece of art?

If you are looking for a fresh and inspiring approach to marketing your property, or even some blue sky summer thinking in amongst the grey skies, please speak to the team at Jackson-Stops & Staff, Teddington, who would be delighted to help.     




September 18, 2015

#RWC2015 kicks off tonight!

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High Street office

If, by any chance you had not heard, the Rugby World Cup kicks off tonight and Teddington is celebrating by decking out its High Street with flags of the competing nations.


If you’re looking for somewhere local to watch the opening ceremony and the very first match later on, The Teddington Arms is showing tonight’s game and all subsequent matches…and if you rent the flat above the pub you will have no excuse to miss any of the action.

A well presented centrally located spacious and bright two bedroom first floor flat retaining many period features. The property is offered furnished and comprises of a recently fitted kitchen, large lounge with period fireplace, two double bedrooms and bathroom.   Please call Mark Birch and the Lettings Team in Teddington for more information on 0208 943 9955

September 16, 2015

“Touch” Down for the Jackson-Stoppers

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Ahead of the Rugby World Cup touching down on Friday, we were delighted to attend this weekend’s ‘Festival of Rugby’ event held by Teddington Rugby Club, in our capacity as proud sponsors of the Minis section. The day was an excellent opportunity to watch the Minis in action, meet hundreds of families from the local community and to run some fun events for the children, including face painting, colouring, ‘guess the price of the house,’ candy floss and a lucky dip, which raised over £200 for the Minis and their club. In addition, staff from various offices across our London network joined forces to play as the ‘Jackson-Stoppers’ in the festival’s Touch Rugby tournament and did us all proud!

Go the Minis!

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September 3, 2015

Open House London – 4 not to be missed events

OHLWLogo2015Open House London, a celebration of the buildings, places and spaces we live and work in, returns on 19 and 20 September. More than 700 buildings across the capital will open their doors to the public this year and the diversity is breathtaking. As well as award-winning homes and iconic skyscrapers, you will find pumping stations and sports centres, community gardens and a dredger.

Open House also includes a host of walks, talks, tours and cycle rides. And best of all, everything is free.

To save you having to pour over the programme (although part of the fun is seeking out hidden treasures opened up for the festival), we’ve picked out an event in some of our areas for you to enjoy.

Pimlico 10 Downing Street, London, SW1A 2AA  Downing Street has been the official residence of British Prime Ministers since 1735.  Our Pimlico office rents properties to many government employees, making Westminster/Pimlico an excellent area for investment landlords.

Richmond Ham House and Garden, Ham Street, Ham, TW10 7RS  Built in 1610 for a Knight Marshall of James I, Ham House was greatly extended in the 1670s.   Ham is a suburban district of south-west London, close to Richmond-upon-Thames and Kingston-upon-Thames which adjoins the River Thames and the Thames Path National Trust.

Wimbledon15 Edge Hill, Wimbledon, London, SW19 4LR  A chance to view an exciting new build rear extension to this Victorian house, entailing extensive remodelling of ground floor to create a large open plan flow-through living, dining and kitchen space.

TeddingtonGarrick’s Temple to Shakespeare, Garrick’s Lawn Hampton Court Road, Hampton, TW12 2EJ  Georgian garden building (1756). Tribute to Shakespeare built in the Ionic style by actor David Garrick. If you love this building, or if you love Shakespeare, we have the property for you right in Garrick’s Villa.

Open City takes place on the weekend of 19 and 20 September 2015. All events are free.  

August 7, 2015

‘A Word From’ our Teddington Lettings Manager, Mark Birch

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I have worked in Teddington for the last eleven years, which makes me feel like a fully-fledged ‘Teddingtonite’ with a true passion for this fantastic area.


Teddington is a special place, full of people who are genuine, friendly and relaxed. It’s the kind of place that when you walk down the High Street a smile is met by a smile…even the traffic wardens give you an extra minute if you ask nicely.


This vibrant town provides a plethora of properties, ranging from historic, listed riverside houses, chocolate box Victorian cottages, 1970s Span developments, through to high-end contemporary edifices exploiting the benefits and beauty of glass and wood. There is something for everyone, which serves to make it a very accessible area.        


It is also one of those rare places that manages to balance work and pleasure well. Well-known local employees include the NPL, Haymarket Publishing and Pace Sports Management; the town provides excellent transportation to work, with efficient bus links (Heathrow is located less than five miles from the start of the M3 and a late train service runs to Richmond, Wimbledon and Clapham Junction).


At the heart of Teddington is the sublime Bushy Park, the second largest of the Royal Parks which provides a mixture of woods, gardens, ponds and grasslands and is home to free roaming herds of Red and Fallow Deer, bordered by the River Thames and Hampton Court Palace. There is a wide range of bespoke boutique independent shops on the High Street, balanced with the retail giants including John Lewis based in neighbouring Kingston.


Whether walking, running, shopping or meditating to relax is your passion, Teddington has it all. For somewhere which seems to have it all, I am often asked if it is a good area to invest in…


Teddington prices have remained strong throughout the recent economic turbulence. Although the high valued properties may not offer the highest rental yields they have offered good capital growth and security. A good example of this is Harrowdene Gardens, a complex of 280 one and two bedroom units adjacent to Bushy Park and surrounded by award-winning communal gardens; one such unit sold in 2005 at £180K, £200K in 2010 and today it is selling at £320K +. In comparison, in the same period of time the rents haven’t risen quite so quickly, averaging £750pcm in 2005 up to £1,050 in 2010, to £1,150 in 2015, but the capital growth, low costs and short void periods have made these units work very well for our clients.


Whether you are looking to address your work life balance or looking for a secure investment, property in Teddington remains a secure option.      


And if you’re looking for someone who remains passionate about the area, the people, the property, the places, do pop in and visit me at our office on the High Street, I would be delighted to see you.

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


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 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

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

April 18, 2015

Valuable Vinyl and Period Property

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td59105Today is Record Store Day.  Sales of Vinyl Records in the United Kingdom untitledrecently recorded an eighteen year high with people’s appreciation of the tactile nature and quality of sound which records give.

This weekend is national record day where leading local  independent record shops offer the public exclusive deals and music to fans with numerous artists making unscheduled visits.  I may be worth supporting your local record shop as you never know who might turn up.td59105d

As Teddington’s leading independent local estate agent we are pleased to present to the market this period house in Teddington Park which boasts an integrated music system throughout the property allowing you to enjoy your music from the kitchen to the bathroom.  To view this period property, please call Mark Birch and the lettings team on 0208 943 9955


February 17, 2015

Interview: This year’s house price predictions for #Richmond

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NEW LOGOHouse prices in Greater London are up 9.7 percent annually and 2.8 percent in the past month, according to figures out today from leading listings website Rightmove.

But what are the predictions for the housing market in Richmond for the rest of 2015? This Is Our Town Richmond spoke to the sales and lettings team at Estate Agents Jackson-Stops & Staff to ask them for their forecasts for the borough.

According to Land Registry figures for 2014, house prices in Richmond surpassed 20% for the year.  Greater London surpassed inner London (Kensington & Chelsea saw an 11.5% rise for example). Why do you think this happened? Has this pace continued so far in 2015?

The Richmond borough has enjoyed sustained and stable house price growth historically and 2014 was clearly no exception, as we witnessed incredibly strong house prices being achieved in the Borough. A combination of factors was responsible for this, including improved economic health, on-target inflation and low interest rates, which all helped to fuel demand. All London boroughs recorded double digit annual growth in 2014; however, Richmond clearly enjoyed an incredibly strong ‘ripple effect’ out from central Prime London areas, which were beginning to reach saturation towards the end of 2014 and which, in turn, made Richmond appear relatively better value to buyers. So far this year, we continue to see strong demand from buyers and particularly renters, many of whom are looking to find a property, enjoy the excellent commuting links, great quality of life, brilliant schools and then settle long-term into this beautiful area as their families grow up.

The new progressive stamp duty rules introduced in December is a bit of a mixed blessing for Richmond. Over 5% of all million pound plus house sales in the whole of the UK in 2014 were in Richmond Upon Thames (according to research last year by Lloyds Bank). What impact is this new system having on house sales in the area?Boat and Bridge - Copy

In an affluent borough such as Richmond, the percentage of those affected by the stamp duty rises at the upper levels is clearly significantly higher than the national average. It is difficult to predict how the market will react so early on; however, we could find in the coming months that the rises will allow some purchasers to reduce their offers accordingly, in order to accommodate the hike in their overall purchase costs. It’s perhaps worth remembering that the new levels of stamp duty introduced back in December will benefit financially 98% of all property purchasers in the UK; indeed, we are seeing less price sensitivity around the old threshold prices such as £250,000 and £500,000, which are still relevant to Richmond residents.

A couple of weeks ago, Jackson-Stops & Staff hit the headlines because they were marketing an unbelievably small property (322 square feet – see picture below) in Twickenham for £300,000. This seems excessive. Is this the property market going mad or have you overpriced?  

I’m delighted to report that this property went under offer within just a few days of being brought to the market by us; because it was something rather unique, it garnered a huge amount of interest and there were a large number of viewings across our Teddington and Richmond offices. As always, we did our research and looked at comparable properties in terms of location, style and size that have sold in the area, and we priced it accordingly; the buyer particularly loved the location of the property and we wish him happiness in his new home.

Traditionally, is the property market quite cautious ahead of a general election? Is that the case now. Should people be putting their house on the market this side of a general election or should they hold fire?

691A0456_tonemappedEditIt’s certainly true that a general election tends to cause a slightly more ‘wait and see’ approach amongst buyers and sellers alike, as there is an inevitable period of uncertainty in the run-up campaign. Housing is, of course, a major issue in the political arena and whilst there is a cross party consensus to increase supply, there are also very real differences of opinion when it comes to taxation. The latest stamp duty overhaul signals continued political interest regarding intervention in the housing market. In our Richmond office, we have not started to see the effects just yet but we do expect that market could slow slightly for property sales; however, we continue to register large numbers of applicants looking to buy, the majority of whom are looking to purchase for their own use and aspirations, as opposed to any political timescale. We never forget that a house is an emotional purchase for most people, a home, not simply a financial transaction.

The Mansion Tax on £2m plus homes will be introduced if Labour wins the next election. It is a hugely contentious issue especially in Richmond where residents will be particularly hit. Would this completely stall the top end of the market in Richmond?

The Mansion Tax on £2m plus homes has been viewed by some as uneconomical and unfair. There is also concern over those ‘asset rich’ but ‘cash-poor’ households who have seen their property rise in value over £2m over a long period of time; this would certainly apply to a large number of long-term Richmond residents. Labour has tried to counter this problem through allowing such owners to defer payments until the property is sold. Having said all that, we generally find that if people are motivated to move then they will be keen to make it happen according to their personal timescales, irrespective of political issues such as mansion tax or stamp duty changes. It is impossible to predict how much the tax could stall the market at this stage and we will be monitoring all party manifestos on this topic closely during the lead-up to the election in May.

If people want to find an up and coming part of Richmond to buy in at the moment, where would you suggest would be a good investment for the future?

Well, it’s true that most areas in and around Richmond have truly ‘up and come’ in recent years! However, your budget will stretch a little further if you look out beyond the Hill and The Green towards the other side of the A316 in East Twickenham and also off the Kew Road. North Sheen and Lower Mortlake Road have seen several new developments being built recently and we certainly have Landlords who have purchased buy-to-lets in these schemes, which are producing strong rental yields.

What are the main reasons people want to move from other boroughs into Richmond?

There are so many reasons why people want to move from other boroughs into Richmond, it’s hard to beat on so many levels: there’s a great feeling of community spirit amongst its loyal residents, who enjoy the expansive green spaces and vibrant array of boutiques, cafes and bars on their doorstep. For families, schooling is a real pull, with some of the finest state and private schooling options in the country; commuters enjoy the excellent transport links into central London and our clients tell us frequently that Richmond offers them the best of town and country living.View with paintingEdit

What are the main reasons people leave the borough to go elsewhere?

We find that many of our clients choose to stay long-term in the borough if work commitments allow; this is particularly true of families once parents see their children settled happily in the local schools. Quite apart from the usual reasons for leaving an area – job relocation, returning to childhood roots, downsizing or upsizing – we do unfortunately see a relatively small number of people ‘priced out’ of the borough if they are looking to move to a larger property. However, the strength of the market does provide huge stability to those homeowners who have lived here for many years and who have seen an excellent return on their property investment.

What are your best Richmond-based properties for sale or rent at the moment?

For those looking to buy a stunning period property in a prime location off Richmond Hill Road, we are delighted to have brought a house to the market for the first time in 45 years; the accommodation is spread across three floors and offers six bedrooms, four receptions, three bathrooms, large entrance hallway, garden with side access, double garage and cellar. For those looking to rent in Richmond, we have a fantastic three bedroom apartment situated in a modern residential development that’s located 0.5 miles from Richmond centre and station. Do get in touch with our Richmond office to find out more about these and all of our other instructions, we’d be delighted to help : Oliver Griffiths, Sales Manager; Edward Simpson, Lettings Manager; 020 8940 6789; jackson-stops.co.uk/london

Sarah Bruce-Ball, from This is Our Town Richmond, spoke to Oliver Griffiths, Sales Manager and Edward Simpson Lettings Manager at Jackson-Stops & Staff Richmond. 




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