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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. 




January 27, 2015

Timekeeping in Teddington

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , , , , — JSS London @ 4:09 pm

td59462bThis year marks the 60th anniversary of the first successful atomic clock built by Louis Essen and Jack Parry at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) in Teddington.  The most recent Atomic clock in the building, named the NPL-csF2, has been revealed recently as being the most accurate long term timekeeper in the world; it plays an essential part in global communications, satellite navigation and the time shaping of financial transactions. Read more


This year, there is one man who hopes time will stand still for him; Andy Green, the driver of Blood Hood SSC, will be attempting to break the world land speed record this year but attempting to travel up to 1000mph faster than a bullet.td59462


A number of companies have provided technology and support for the project, including BMT, a company based in the iconic NPL building in Teddington.


Jackson-Stops & Staff is proud to present a stunning spacious Victorian conversion apartment located opposite the NPL, where the high ceilings large windows and luxury interiors will ensure a viewing is time well spent. 


For more information, please get in touch with Mark Birch in our Teddington office.


December 15, 2014

Lettings and Property Management Services from Jackson-Stops & Staff

JSHO Holland Park, W11 (1) - CopyLettings and Property Management Services from Jackson-Stops & Staff
Jackson-Stops & Staff would be delighted to provide you with a seamless lettings and property management service for your buy-to-let investment property, or portfolio of investment properties. We operate from our well-established network of 12 prime office locations in North, City and South West London, covering a wide geographical area across London.  All our offices are linked through industry specific software which contains the properties’ attributes and details; we record tenant requirements and send out electronic alerts when suitable matches are found.  We offer a range of stunning properties, from studio apartments through to large family homes in the prime areas of Mayfair, Chelsea, Pimlico, Holland Park, Richmond, Teddington, Weybridge and Wimbledon, as well as key central locations in The City, Bloomsbury and Southbank.

Client management and service excellence
In order to work successfully for you we make sure that we listen carefully to your specific requirements and deliver on the services we promise, aiming to exceed your expectations whenever possible. The starting point is our people; your dedicated team would bring together the relevant mix of sector, client management, lettings and property management expertise. We enjoy unrivalled knowledge of the areas local to our offices and we are willing and able to respond to any enquiries you may have. Our experienced teams are industry qualified and able to deal with all levels of enquiries.  As the only current firm of estate agents to take up membership to the Institute of Customer Service, we have placed client service firmly at the top of our business agenda, carrying out the necessary audits and staff training in order to attain accreditation from this highly-regarded organisation.  We work hard to provide a flexible, bespoke service to our clients. By listening closely, the Jackson-Stops & Staff team will take time to hear the things that others can miss.

Knowledge and experience – an unrivalled track record
We have a wealth of knowledge and experience gained from working with other Landlords and high profile corporate companies and we would be happy to discuss this in further detail with you. The talent and experience that Jackson-Stops & Staff can offer is unequalled and the proficiency of our professionals is endorsed by the following list of major clients, for whom we work across the globe.

Our dedicated, experienced property management department is based at our newly refurbished Wimbledon office and ensures that our managed properties are fully compliant with all safety regulations (including Gas Safety, Electrical Safety and Furniture and Furnishings Acts) and that they meet with the Association of Regulated Lettings Agents (ARLA) standards; this provides an assurance to our clients that we are specialist advisors on the letting process, from the initial enquiry through to ending the tenancy and handling the deposit. 

Our people, your team
Jackson-Stops & Staff is confident of the value its staff will bring to you. Tracey Cumming, as Head of Lettings, and Simon Quinn, as Head of Property management, will work hard to ensure that we deliver beyond the required service levels to you; that we exceed your expectations and that our relationship with you is managed effectively at all levels.

We believe that good communication is key to successful collaborative working and we are completely committed to ensuring we maintain an ongoing, effective dialogue with you.

We are able to offer very competitive rates and would be happy to discuss this in further detail once we progress to the next stage.

Why Jackson-Stops & Staff?

  • An unrivalled knowledge of the property sector;
  • A bespoke estate agent with long and existing property management department, enhanced continually over the years;
  • Innovative leadership which provides a dedicated resource of highly experienced people ready to facilitate your immediate needs;·
  • A single point of contact for Landlord and Tenant in Property Management;·
  • Access to experienced and trusted portfolio of Contractors;·
  • Regular property inspections with full written report and photos;
  • COMING IN 2015: Landlord Login with ability to access statements, invoices, and inspection reports.

November 28, 2014

Teddington Lights Up

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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


Image courtesy of http://www.christianbrewer.com/

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!


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

August 29, 2014

Teddington’s Dog Olympics

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Next weekend is the annual Teddington’s Dog Olympics, being held in Udney Hall Gardens entrance from 11.00am for all local dog owners.


We at Jackson-Stops & Staff understand how pets really are an integral and much loved part of the family but it can prove difficult to find suitable properties willing to accept furry friends.



We are pleased to offer this dog friendly, three bedroom family house on Alpha Road to the market

If dogs aren’t your thing, we also have a ground floor, cat friendly luxury apartment in the prestigious Langdon Park development…positively purrrfect for you beloved feline.




May 12, 2014

Our Teddington office attends the annual TRFC Dinner Dance

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , — JSS London @ 11:53 am

Our Teddington team enjoyed a fantastic night out at the Teddington Rugby Club’s annual dinner dance, which was held at St Mary’s College on Strawberry Hill Road on Saturday night.

The Teddington team

The Teddington team

The event kicked off with a champagne reception, followed by dinner and some great news about the successes of the club this season. It is clear that all the members have enjoyed some real highs (results) and lows (severe flooding of the pitches at the start of the year) and also that the women are doing particularly well at the moment – congratulations, ladies!

As main sponsors of the Teddington Minis, we are always keen to hear updates about how the boys are doing. We thoroughly enjoyed the evening and once again it reinforced what a well-supported local club it is, full of local members who are passionate about their teams!


Go the Minis!

February 27, 2014

TRFC Clubhouse Build Commences!

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As proud lead sponsor of the TRFC Minis in Teddington we were delighted to see this CGI image of how their stunning new clubhouse will look.


Work has just commenced following the recent spell of wet weather, and the build will be the result of many hours of tireless fundraising by club members; the clubhouse will provide a fantastic new hub for the players to congregate in over the years and we look forward to watching works progress. Go the Minis!

November 11, 2013

The latest post from Teddington…

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , , , — JSS London @ 1:11 pm

Mark Birch from our Teddington office discusses Christmas postage dates and a point – or should that be ‘post’ – of interest in the local area:

It’s worth noting that Christmas cards to friends and family in Asia, the Far East and New Zealand need to be posted no later than 4th December to arrive in time.

The universal postal system is something we take for granted in the UK, as are our post boxes, things that we walk past every day and generally take for granted.

Teddington is fairly unique and philatelists out there may be interested to know that there are over 30 post boxes in TW11, two of which are painted gold in celebration of Mo Farah’s Olympic success; others are based on designs from the Victorian period through to the present.


Jackson-Stops & Staff is proud to be marketing a beautiful Victorian family house in Bolton Gardens, adjacent to one of these post boxes; the property is picture postcard perfect for those looking for a perfect home in time for Christmas. click here for further details.

If you would like to discuss this or any other property further, please contact Mark Birch on 020 8943 9955, or email markbirch@jackson-stops.com .



‘Tis the season in Teddington…

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Mark Birch from our Teddington office writes:

With Christmas just around the corner, many local Churches are advertising local fetes; Hampton Court has announced the opening of its Ice Rink on 30th November and ‘Pines and Needles’ have started advertising the sale of Christmas trees in Bushy Park. Teddington is a particularly great town at this time of year, with its pretty high street decorations and fabulous sense of community.

Courtesy of Wikipedia

Courtesy of Wikipedia


September 19, 2013

Open House weekend celebrated in Teddington

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , — David Taylor @ 1:55 pm

Writes Mark Birch from Teddington estate agents Jackson-Stops & Staff:

“This weekend is London Open House Weekend, an annual celebration and opportunity to celebrate local architecture and visit properties not normally open to the general public:

“Local highlights include Bushy House, Orlean House Gallery and Langdon Down Centre, and it’s well worth the effort to see some of these properties.

“In the same development as the Langdon Down Centre, a Grade II listed Victorian theatre,  we have a one bedroom apartment available for rent with views over adjacent parkland. In fact this development may appear in future open house events due to its architectural merits.”

Click here for more details or contact Mark in the Teddington office on 020 8943 9955.

One bed apartment for sale in Langdon Park

August 18, 2013

Make Teddington your ideal location

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , — David Taylor @ 8:31 pm

Writes Mark Birch from Teddington lettings agents Jackson-Stops & Staff:

“Property and relocation gurus Kirstie and Phil are over in West London this week helping a newlywed couple looking for a new pad in series 19 of the ever popular Location, Location, Location TV series. I wonder where they will go and if they will diversify and consider Teddington as an area?

“Talking of diversification Kirstie Allsopp has been expanding her TV resumé with her craft inspiring program Homemade Home.

“Not an area to be left out of new trends Elleray Hall, Teddington has just hosted a craft fair giving local craft makers and residents an opportunity to fill their properties with bespoke items:

“Also located in Elleray Road Jackson-Stops & Staff’s Teddington office are pleased to promote a stunning three bedroom family house for rent which successfully blends contemporary style with original features. An ideal location to be inspired and inspire others with your own home made craft. Click here for details.”

Property to rent, Elleray Road, Teddington

June 25, 2013

Teddington Station celebrates its 150th birthday

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , — David Taylor @ 8:45 am

It’s 150 years since Teddington Station was built and the occasion is being marked with a number of events locally, including talks at the local library today (25th June) and a celebration on the 30th June organised by the Teddington Society featuring model railways, pony rides and talks

The railway first came to Teddington in 1863 and the area immediately to the south of the station in the 1930s became an adopted siding which, rumour has it, was home to General Eisenhower’s private railway coach. The area was developed in the 1960s into what is now Harrowdene Gardens, a popular development featuring award winning communal gardens.

We are Jackson-Stops & Staff have a range of one bedroom and two bedroom apartments available for rent in this development ranging from £950 to £1,500.

For more details, click here.

Property to rent, Harrowdene Gardens, Teddington

May 28, 2013

Summer arrives in Teddington – almost!

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Writes Teddington lettings agent Mark Birch: “Believe it or not summer should be here. The start of the season is traditionally marked by the birth of the first cygnet in Abbotsbury Swannery in Dorset. The resident swans in Bushy Park are also following suit, taking up their normal location next to the Diana Fountain.

“Adjacent to the fountain we’ve just had the fifth annual Foodies Festival featuring a range of items to buy, kids activities and guest demonstrations from chefs including Shelina Permaloo lasts year’s winner of the Masterchef.

“While we at Jackson-Stops & Staff can’t make you master chefs, we can provide you the inspiration, location and tools to do your best with our new stunning five bedroom house available to rent on Church Road, Teddington.

“Including a contemporary bright and spacious kitchen bathed in natural light due to large skylights and bi-folding doors to landscaped gardens, the property lets the outside in so you can enjoy the summer whatever the weather brings.”

Monthly rental is £3,950. Click here for more information or contact Mark on 020 8943 9955.

House available for rent in Church Road, Teddington

April 26, 2013

Teddington goes all regal!

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: — David Taylor @ 3:05 pm

Writes Mark Birch from London estate agents Jackson-Stops & Staff:

“Teddington and its surrounding areas have gone all regal this month, starting with the Royal Barge Gloriana passing through Teddington Lock last weekend as part as a historic flotilla:

“This was followed by Ralf Little, star of the BBC comedy the Royle (sic) Family making his theatrical debut at the Rose Theatre Kingston in the a fast paced comedy called A Day in the Death of Jo Egg

“There is also a new special exhibition full of intrigue, drama and surprise at Hampton Court Palace called the Secrets of the Royal Bedchamber.

“Not to be left out, we at Jackson-Stops & Staff in Teddington are pleased to present two fine properties with regal connections, although unfortunately in name only. These are  a cottage to rent on Queens Road and a house to rent on Lower Kings Road, fantastically well-appointed for any budding Royalists out there!”

For further details, contact our rental department on 020 8943 9955.

The Royal Barge, Gloriana

April 19, 2013

Teddington garden open to the public this Sunday

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: — David Taylor @ 1:31 pm

Writes Mark Birch from Teddington estate agents Jackson-Stops & Staff:

“Spring has finally sprung and this Sunday brings an opportunity to see one of Teddington finest private gardens, which is being open to the public in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care between 11.00 and 2.00.

The garden is at 40 Undey Park Road, Teddington, TW11 9BG  and belongs to one of our clients. It has been a former winner of Teddington in Bloom and a regular feature of the prestigious National Garden Scheme so definitely worth a look.

More details here - www.ngs.org.uk

March 7, 2013

Listed former stable block available to rent in Lower Sunbury

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , — David Taylor @ 5:06 pm

Writes Mark Birch from Teddington estate agents Jackson-Stops & Staff:

“I was listening to Radio 2 this morning, with Zoe Ball filling in for Chris Evans. In her eccentric playlist she played Ernie written by Benny Hill, one of Teddington’s most famous former residents. It features a story based loosely on a milkman’s round in the town.

“This got me thinking about the richness of Teddington’s history and how things have changed over the years. I suspect there were a number of working stables and coach houses in the area to support the many horses needed for general transport.

“Now the only remaining working stables are Park Lane Stables which offer horse riding experiences to riders from all levels. All the other stables have either been demolished or changed use but occasionally they do come onto the market.

“So we are pleased to be able to offer for rental a charming Grade 2 listed 17th Century three bedroom cottage which forms part of the stable block of the historic Ivy House. The property includes many original features and character, overlooking pretty communal gardens and is well worth a look.”

Monthly rent is £1,500. Click here for full details or contact Mark on 020 8943 9955.

Property to rent Lower Sunbury

February 26, 2013

Teddington estate agents celebrate ‘local boy’ Noel Coward

Filed under: Latest News — Tags: , — David Taylor @ 10:35 am

Mark Birch from Teddington estate agency Jackson-Stops & Staff, writes:

“Noel Coward the playwright, actor and singer perhaps best known as the composer of song ‘Mad about the boy’, is having one of his plays – the Vortex – produced at the Rose Theatre in Kingston.

“He is also one of Teddington’s most famous residents, born at the turn of the last century in 131 Waldegrave Road. Coincidently we are marketing a lovely two bedroom split level conversion apartment available to rent in Waldegrave Gardens which are adjacent to his birth place. To quote the great man ‘all people are born equal but not everyone is equal,’ the same can be said for this property in terms of size, character and location so is definitely worth at look.”

Click here for full details of the rental property or call Mark on 020 8943 9955.

Noel Coward in his prime

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