THE ART OF THE DEAL

With apologies to Donald Trump.

You would be mad to expect a good deal when you buy an umbrella IF it is raining.

Or for that matter, buying a sports car in the height of the summer and expect the best deal.

For property – with vacations on the horizon?

Why wait until September when everyone is refreshed and competing on the same properties?

The Solution?

Buy before you Fly !

There is a great selection out there.

Make your offer (subject to contract).

Negotiate the deal.

Instruct the solicitors.

Then fly off and enjoy yourselves whilst all the legals are sorted!

Here is the Wetherell Mayfair Hit List

ARRIVE IN STYLE – FOR FIRST RUNG ON THE MAYFAIR LADDER

Pied a terre in a Mayfair mansion block“in & out” driveway. £995k

DID YOU KNOW?

“Scottish men’s dens”

Boisdales – the restaurant, jazz and cigar establishments run by Ranald McDonald is now open in Mayfair.

The group described by The Evening Standard as “Scottish men’s dens” has a new restaurant just off Park Lane.

Wetherell are offering “double helpings” 2 apartments above on the 1st & 2nd floors.    £1.125M & £1.275M

TERRACE OR CONSERVATORY?
Which would you prefer?
The choice is yours with two Mayfair Maisonettes.
Just off Park Lane. £3.25M each

GREAT POTENTIAL
You could create the ultimate “one bedder”
A reception room with 4 windows across and nearly 40 foot long
A master bedroom suite of nearly 1,000 sq.ft. with roof terrace and a Lobby that would do any 5* hotel proud. £5.25M

“I WANT A BUILDING WITH PILLARS”
More Belgravia than Mayfair
A white stucco building.
Parisian space of 2,333 sq.ft. £5.5M

“I WANT IT ALL – AND I WANT IT NOW”
With apologies to Queen
Mayfair developer – Luxlo – presents
21st C finish in period mansion building 24 hour porterage.
Newly Done
Views over Mount Street Gardens £8.95M

1729 – A PIECE OF MAYFAIR HISTORY
When this Grade II townhouse was built –
George II was on the throne
Robert Walpole (Whig) was Prime Minister
The first fixed crossing across the Thames was completed at Putney Bridge
Freehold £5M

OPPOSITE THE RITZ & ABOVE THE WOLSELEY
Oh – and – Le Caprice around the corner
A Grade II listed building with Venetian and Florentine influences
A wonderful lateral apartment 4,002 sq.ft. £12.995M

IN CONCLUSION
If you are interested BUY NOW, if not then Bye now -enjoy the holidays – and see you in September.