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They include a very special detached seven bedroom family house in Kensington, an exclusive five bedroom apartment overlooking Kensington Palace Gardens and a stunning newly built luxury home...
They include a dream home built by one of the peninsula's first developers on 3.17 acres land, an remarkable Rancho La Zaca, derived from an original 19th century Spanish Land Grant...
The top 10 most expensive homes listed on PropGOLuxury.com. This includes authentic Italian village encompassing the largest assemblage in Beverly Park, the most exceptional Manor in the United States
The Austrian capital, Vienna, has beaten Australia's Melbourne to be named the world's most liveable city.
Singapore is the third most expensive location in Asia to live in, according to the latest accommodation report from consultancy firm ECA international.
There are ten world cities in a class of their own when it comes to residential real estate according to international property advisors Savills in its World Class Index of premier global residential property locations published today.
CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) has been named the premier global brand in commercial real estate, according to a survey of worldwide real estate professionals by The Lipsey Company. CB Richard Ellis has topped Lipsey’s annual ranking of commercial real estate brands for nine consecutive years. The Lipsey survey measures commercial real estate professionals’ perceptions of the industry’s leading brands. More than 50,000 U.S. and international professionals participated in the survey, including property owners, investors, lenders, brokers and property managers.
Homes on the most expensive street in southern England cost more than four times as much as ones on the most expensive street in the north, research showed today. Wycombe Square in Kensington and Chelsea is the most expensive place to live in England and Wales, with the average home there costing £5.4 million, according to Halifax. Half of the 20 most expensive residential streets are in the same borough and all of the 10 most expensive addresses are in Greater London.