Charlie Killeen, Director at Dexters Notting Hill, comments: "We are finding that townhouses command a premium in the luxury London market, with many people still attracted to the classic style of a townhouse."
"The trend of converting townhouses into apartments or hotels is finally reversing with many of Belgravia’s grand townhouses being redeveloped back into single family homes," Charlie continues. "Those that have been modernised, but retain a period façade or historical features, are especially coveted as they offer the perfect balance."
Dexters has a variety of London townhouses for sale, and this Mayfair property is our pick of the bunch.
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London’s townhouses are proving popular again with families looking for space and style. The classic facade combined with a modern exterior is hard to resist, it seems. The Resident’s property expert Fiona Brandhorst takes a look at some of London’s most popular new additions to the market Townhouses were traditionally just that – a house in the city during the social season for wealthy country residents of the 18th Century. Often arranged along wide tree-lined avenues or around leafy squares these terraced, multi-storey homes are among the most sought-after and highly priced in London today.