When it comes to beautiful cars and London property, it seems the two go hand in hand. And now vintage cars from Kentish Town to Kensington - parked prettily outside mews houses and period properties - have inspired a wave of #prettycitylondon shots on Instagram.
Dexters love a vintage car, especially parked outside a wisteria clad London townhouse. But, ever practical, we'd like to know exactly where that car will be parked to keep it safely gleaming until the next drive?
Residents' parking permits are available across London and in most cases the number of registered car owners per household makes no difference to eligibility. However, if you have more than one car registered in your name - your modern runaround, say, together with your treasured vintage model - you're likely to pay more for a second permit. So don't forget to add parking logistics into your tick-list when viewing properties for sale in London. Your local Dexters office will also be able to help here; our agents make it their business to know local authority permit conditions. Of course, we'll prioritise parking in our property search too.
Dexters market exactly the sort of instagrammable homes you see here, without compromising on practicalities. Driveways, garages and secure underground parking are all possible. So get in touch for more details of exceptional London property in prime locations.
From ruby red Mercedes-Benz’s to stalwart VW Beetles, London is a playground for classic car lovers - where lucky enthusiasts can stumble upon some of the most incredible vintage vehicles parked up roadside for all to admire. But you don’t have to be a motors buff to appreciate these wheeled works of art. Across the city, Instagrammers have been getting snap happy on the streets of Notting Hill, Kensington and Camden, capturing some of the city's coolest ‘Holy Grail’ rides. London, meanwhile, provides the perfect backdrop for an impromptu picture - with endless rows of regal townhouses, perfectly formed cobbled mews and delicate cherry blossom trees scattering the pavement with pink confetti (just check out @rozzad and @prettycitylondon's feeds for proof).