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A Set fit for a Peacock

Unmodernised ‘set’ in “rule-ridden” Albany, Piccadilly that was the London home of eccentric antiques dealer and ‘King of Chelsea’ Christopher Gibbs for...

Going Thin – Two Into One?

Second apartment in South Kensington’s famous ‘Thin House’ comes to the market after another has languished for sale for four years; the...

Little Nigella

Clubbable sorts will love the opportunity to live like Nigella Lawson above Little House Mayfair   When the flatform trainer loving cook Nigella Lawson first split...

You Can Say That If You Like

Belgravia apartment in building where Diana, Princess of Wales’ maternal grandmother lived, plotted and died for sale for a sum 165% higher than it...

Your lease is up

Unmodernised Knightsbridge flat for sale for the equivalent of a staggering £1,500 per day   Properties on short leases sell to cash buyers who either have...

Greeks and Aristos on Sloane Square

A £7.975 million apartment above Colbert on Sloane Square provides indication of the playground for the international super-rich that Chelsea has become   Chelsea has long...

Watering the asylum

A bizarre, eight-floor converted water tower in the middle of an ugly redevelopment of an Essex lunatic asylum remains on the market despite a price...

Making a mews

Lennox Gardens Mews house for sale for £5.8 million   Lennox Gardens Mews is undoubtedly one of the most attractive private streets in Knightsbridge and with...

Delisted

A £7.9 million Hertfordshire mansion that isn’t quite what it seems   Hadley Lodge at Hadley Common in Hertfordshire is not quite what it seems. Hidden...

Taking The Talisman

Lateral penthouse available to rent in conversion of former Art Deco garage in Fulham for the staggering sum of £6,500 per week   The Talisman Building...
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A Security Lobotomy at The Botanist

‘The Steeple Times’ reports on anything but a ‘Super Saturday’ at The Botanist on Sloane Square; we share here imagery and a video of a thieving woman whom must be caught.