The latest issue of London Portrait not only features a selection of the capital’s finest properties, but also provides an insight into the current market - both London-wide and more locally. Inside you’ll find a fascinating interview with our very own 'Mad Man' Michael Baulk, Chairman of Marsh & Parsons, as well an interiors feature from Cheryl Markosky. Also included is an update from our New Homes department, showcasing some of London's best luxury apartments. Whether you're buying, selling or renting in London, it won't surprise you to hear that our 'world city' remains one of the most exciting places in the world for property.
London Portrait is the property magazine produced by Marsh & Parsons Estate Agents. Each issue features a selection of our finest properties from our 15 offices as well as a snapshot of local events and news from the areas we cover.
The magazine gives a real and tangible flavour of what is going on in the market, and just as importantly, what Marsh & Parsons is about as a business. We hope you enjoy London Portrait, and in particular the ‘Local know how’ pages at the start of each section.
Saturday, 01 October 2011
Tuesday, 01 March 2011
Featuring some of London’s finest properties for sale and to rent, this issue of London Portrait also offers some great recommendations of what's going on in your area. Cheryl Markosky writes about Little Venice and provides some great tips for how to make your home look its best in spring. You’ll find market updates on the sales and lettings markets, as well as research about buyers and tenants in your area.
Friday, 01 October 2010
Featuring some of London's best property for sale and to rent, Issue 4 of London Portrait is now available online. This latest edition looks at what might be ahead for the London Property market; an area focus on Barnes in south west London, and Cheryl Markosky looks at how to prepare your garden for the winter months as well as some space saving ideas from New York. You'll also find the diary of an estate agent, giving you an insight into a typical days work for one of our sales negotiators, along with our popular 'local know how' pages featuring things to do in your area.
Monday, 01 March 2010
Having nearly doubled in size from the first issue, this edition of London Portrait showcases some of London's finest properties, as well as providing features about the current sales and lettings markets and a question and answer session with Peter Rollings. Popular property journalist Cheryl Markosky has joined Portrait, writing articles about Pimlico, how to 'stage' your property for sale and has provided a snapshot of three of our best properties currently on the market.