You make your way through a passage from Kinnerton Street, 30 ft long and 3 ft wide and find yourself in a little courtyard with two-storey cottages on the south side. Continue reading “Kinnerton Place North”
Anne’s Close is a tiny passage off Kinnerton Street.
Always remember the estate agent is working for the seller and receives his fees from the seller – he is not working for you. Continue reading “The estate agents’ obligations to you as a buyer”
Most properties are sold through estate agents. You need to identify all the estate agents who have property on their books for the locality you are interested in. Continue reading “Finding the right estate agents to contact as a buyer”
Capeners Close is a pedestrian cul-de-sac with a gated entrance off Kinnerton Street, with the adjoining house built as a flying freehold over the top of the entrance.
Frederic Mews runs west off Kinnerton Street. Continue reading “Frederic Mews”
Studio Place is quite a narrow passage off the west side of Kinnerton Street near its northern junction with Wilton Place. Continue reading “Studio Place”
Kinnerton Street is a delightfully quiet part of Belgravia with a distinctly village air about it. It leads to a series of quaint mews and courtyards Continue reading “Kinnerton Street”
When you are thinking of buying a property, you need to know about the area as well. Continue reading “Detective work about a locality where you may want to buy”
There may be health risks associated with living near waste incinerators, mobile phone masts, and electricity pylons. Continue reading “Things about a locality which may matter to you as a buyer”