Skip to main content

London property market blog

Blog Listing

London's architecture: 1930s

Oliver Bennett

The area of Roehampton, SW15, close to Richmond, is rich in architectural interest, but a real 20th century lovers’ secret is the KFH-managed Grade II-listed block called Fairacres dating from the 1930s. Overlooking parkland and a golf course, …

Read more

London’s architecture: an overview

Completely London

London’s crazy paving of different architectural styles and eras is the result of a number of catacylsms throughout its history, from the rise and fall of the Roman city to the Great Fire of London, the industrial revolution and World War …

Read more

Buying a converted church

Completely London

The religious zeal of the Victorians and the wealth of God-fearing philanthropists left London with a surplus of churches, and it’s not unusual to find these buildings now pressed into service as arts centres, pubs or restaurants. The combination …

Read more

New homes on the rise in Streatham

John East

The new homes market in south west London and indeed across the Capital has become buoyant over the last few years. The end of the global recession has heralded some landmark schemes in emerging areas, and demand from both local and international …

Read more

Prime properties: Regency architecture

Oliver Bennett

What is ‘Regency’ architecture? The term Regency refers to a specific part of the 124-year Georgian period. When the soon to be King George IV came to power as Regent in 1811 – replacing his unfortunate father, George III …

Read more

Read more testimonials Leave a review

Find a property

Please upgrade your browser

The Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward website uses the latest technology to give you the best possible experience, unfortunately your browser doesn't support these technologies.

Click here to upgrade to a modern browser