Archive for Author: Jayne Weldon

Swampy to Swanky

Circa 1675, this land was a nondescript patch of open ground made muddy and boggy by the River Tyburn. However, in 1686, the area acquired not just a name, but also a purpose when King James II granted permission for an agricultural “Fayre” to be held there, during the first two weeks of May – […]

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June 2017

Jonathan Swift (1667 –1745) the Anglo-Irish satirist, essayist, political pamphleteer, poet and cleric who wrote Gulliver’s Travels once said:  “Vision is the art of seeing the invisible.” Wetherell have just released our new Mayfair Market Report “Don’t Wait to Buy in Mayfair” where we discuss how Knightsbridge became prime residential London’s most valuable address and […]

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May 2017

WITHDRAWALS ON THE RISE The number of sales for Mayfair residential property in 2017 has been overtaken by the number of properties withdrawn from the sales market as disappointed vendors withdraw their homes from the market.With only 26 Mayfair sales so far this year amounting to approximately £83M – properties withdrawn total 30 with quoted asking […]

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April 2017

The new 2017 £1 coin replaces the 1983 coin that has dropped to today’s comparable value of only 32p. Thankfully the same model of depreciation / inflation does not relate to Mayfair property! “Heads I win and tails you lose” ? A 1983 sale of a 1st floor 3 bedroom apartment in Mount Street for […]

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Bishop’s Stables now smart Masionette

Former stable for sale at £3.25 million; it could only be Mayfair. The former horse stables of the Bishop of Salisbury are now a smart 1,197 sqft two bedroom mews-maisonette in Mayfair’s historic Mount Row. The property in Mount Row can date its origins back to 1726 the year when Benjamin Hoadly (1676-1761), Bishop of […]

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