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London is one of the most exciting cities in the world, where a plethora of culture, creativity and business amalgamate to offer unrivalled opportunity and experience.
The cosmopolitan capital is a powerhouse for business and the arts, while quality homes in renowned neighbourhoods, such as Mayfair, Chelsea and Knightsbridge, are considered international safe-haven assets.
We sat down with Savills International Residential Sales Associate Clementino Munro to find out what the most desirable developments in London are.
‘One of the world’s most desirable addresses comprising 44 exclusive residences’ Richard Osborne Young
‘Chelsea Barracks is a one off; beautiful architecture, abundance of living spaces imbued with timeless British style.’ Ned Baring
‘Twenty Grosvenor Square brings together the best of hotel services and private ownership, offering a luxury residential experience unlike any other in London.’ Edward Lewis
‘Regent's Crescent provides unparalleled modern luxury living while at the same time paying homage to its original architect John Nash’ Sarah Peck
Regents Crescent has now achieved 51% Sold Milestone. In spite of challenging market conditions, Regents Crescent has outperformed the market to agree and exchange on over £100m of sales during lockdown. 16 Units Sold in 2020, buyers include British, American, Swiss, Indian and Chinese.
As one of the world's leading property advisors, Savills services span the globe, with 39,000 experts working across 600 offices in the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa and the Middle East.
Get in touch with Clementine Munro by emailing [email protected] or calling 971 (0)4 365 7700.
France is one of the most popular property markets for foreign nationals: we are all aware of the chic appeal of Paris, the enduring allure of the Riviera in the summer or the freshness of the mountains in winter.
Covering everything from search and negotiation to making an offer and the legal processes, the guide will help you fulfil your dream of property ownership in France.