TEDWORTH SQUARE, SW3
A rarely available two bedroom Penthouse apartment enjoying lovely views across Tedworth Square. The property offers excellent living space and a private terrace
Guide Price: £1,650,000
RADNOR WALK SW3
A lovely three bedroom Chelsea townhouse situated on the west side of Radnor walk.
£1450 PER WEEK
A beautiful lateral two bedroom apartment on the third floor of this stunning building.
The property enjoys far reaching southerly views towards Mayfair.
£695 PER WEEK
A lovely three bedroom townhouse
in the heart of Chelsea, SW3
£1450 PER WEEK
What do our Client's have to say?;
"We have had the great pleasure of using the services of William Morris since 2005 and in that time, he has assisted in the sale of several properties around the areas of Knightsbridge, Belgravia and Mayfair. On every occasion, he has acted with the utmost professionalism and integrity when handling sometimes complicated and difficult sales.
Moreover William is always, friendly, helpful, enthusiastic and determined to achieve the very best outcome for his Clients.
We wholeheartedly recommend him to anyone looking to sell or buy prime market real estate in London"
On behalf of Lathyrus Inc
The start of 2020 feels like a lifetime away in the current pandemic. Last week the government asked the industry to stop any further transactions in the property market until further notice. Clearly, the tangible, face to face style of property transactions undermine the necessary "social distancing" policy which has been inextricably woven in to the fabric of our day to day life.
So the question really is where does this leave the property market? The answer to this question covers a multitude of different areas. The problem with trying to analyse the current pandemic crisis particularly on a sector as diverse and complicated as property is essentially - how long this will go on for?. Clearly with a social lockdown it is impossible to view property (although many overseas buyers do purchase off plan with the first time they see something is on completion) nevertheless for the vast majority of buyers and renters it is not feasible. In order to try and grasp a sense of what may happen we need to consider the factors that influence the market such as interest rates, supply, employment, value of the currency, investor confidence, availability of financing. All of these can have a profound effect on the market. I would say if this crisis lasts for say 5-6 months but the government supports the economy during this time, interest rates remain very low ( remember many people are on tracker mortgages - whereby their payments are very low indeed), there will be very little for sale and the financial markets remain robust, this will be no more than a short term interruption on an otherwise healthy market. The point to consider is that this pandemic is not a systemic problem but a crisis which will be overcome and providing the social lockdown remains short term, that we have a peak in the infections shortly, the market will probably start to see a degree of normality in the fourth quarter of this year.
Arguably the best advice at the moment would be to sit tight and ride out the storm.
William Morris MScPropInv