Appointing a central London Estate Agent with a track record in securing the maximum sale price is more important than ever for prime property sellers.
So if you're selling a prestigious historic property in London yourself, this featured property in Queen Anne's Gate – and accompanying article by The Times – should reassure you. Dexters have specialist knowledge in marketing your property, a network of international buyers with a passion for London's period homes, and the skill to negotiate the best possible sale.
This listed property with its colourful past is one of many fascinating histories Dexters' period homes team have uncovered in London's residential streets. Whether you're looking to buy or sell a mansion, townhouse or garden square property in Westminster, contact our historical property experts today.
If you want to relocate to Queen Anne’s Gate in Westminster, it’s a little less expensive than before. Last year one of the grade I houses in the street would have set you back more than £20 million. Now the price is £19.5 million, for which you will acquire a mansion built in 1704 close to St James’s Park and the Palace of Westminster. For once the oft-used description “centrally located” is entirely accurate. Yet the neighbourhood is not the only plus; the previous occupants of these austere brick mansions were aristocrats and influential politicians.