RADNOR WALK, SW3
A lovely three bedroom townhouse just off the Kings Road available to let from the 9th July 2020 -
£1350 PER WEEK LET
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 spacious three bedroom family house close to the Kings Road
£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
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
So almost three months ago, with the tsunami of the impending Pandemic approaching and the property
market going into lockdown, the uncertainty over what the future may hold for the UK property market was palpable. Since the end of March, we are now well over the peak of the pandemic but clearly there is an enormous economic and financial legacy which is now starting to impact the UK economy. The key point is what will this mean for the London market overall and the prime London market. Reports from Nationwide for April show an overall fall in UK house prices but I think this does not reflect the reality on the ground - in fact there has been an upsurge in enquiries from buyers across the south east - properties have been selling albeit in smaller numbers and crucially if you look at the numbers for highly after sought areas as such as Central London, prices have remained steady. I come back to this fundamental point with regards to property and why it is such a unique investment from other assets such as shares etc. The reality is that due to its illiquid nature, property has a lagging effect which means any substantive change in pricing or buyer appetite can take months to filter through to the market which makes individual monthly stats somewhat erroneous in their ability to display the true picture. Moreover, the value of residential property relies on the supply of new instructions, particularly those on desirable streets, and as long as these properties remain in short supply, interest rates stay low and crucially foreign appetite for UK property stays relatively healthy there is very little prospect of property prices on desirable streets/ areas going down in the short term.
The other significant issue is the prospect of high unemployment in the latter part of the year but again this is not for certain due to the fact when the economy opens up again over the next month or so we may very well experience a sharp uptake in demand within the economy pushing up house prices over the course of 2021 and beyond.
William Morris MScPropInv