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Situated between Kensington and Fulham, Earls Court, with its high proportion of flats, has always been a bit of a crossroads where people from different walks of life have coincided and cohabited. The area was once somewhat down at heel and known as ‘bedsit land’, but students living in such a central location these days would consider themselves lucky, while families are drawn to the rejuvenated period properties. Many Earls Court homes are attached to private gardens and squares, providing residents with their own pocket of tranquil green space in the middle of this thriving urban area.
As the weather warms and the days get longer a garden, terrace or balcony - no matter how large or small - can become as important to a home as the living …
Of all residential dwellings in England nearly one in five properties (18%) are leasehold . This equates to 4.2m homes where the leaseholder is the …