Property talk

The Times on: your guide to owning an unusual house.

9th August 2019

Ever thought you might like to live in a cave? According to The Times there are more such properties available than you might have imagined – including around 45,000 in the Loire Valley of France.

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The Times on: earning extra income from your home.

9th August 2019

According to The Times an increasing number of buyers are looking at the price and value of houses and taking into account ways in which the property can earn back some income.

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The Sunday Times, 28th July 2019

28th July 2019

According to the Sunday Times, 340,000 people left London in 2018. ‘Many are looking to live near clubs with exclusive London-style facilities, and these can be a key factor in encouraging people to move to certain areas’. Middleton’s Adam Buxton, quoted in the Sunday Times article, says that these sought-after types of club can add 10 percent to the value of nearby prime residential property.

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The Sunday Times, 23 June 2019

24th June 2019

With insight from Middleton’s Mark Crampton, The Sunday Times picked the best locations to live so that you can join the ‘part-time commuter revolution’ – a trend that is having a big effect on the country house market, the article says. The top 10 includes Lymington in Hampshire, pictured here.

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Categories: General news | In the press

Meet Gemma Maclaran, buying advisor, London

18th April 2019

"I was always interested in the opportunity that the buying side offers, to focus on a smaller number of clients, and stay with them for the whole journey.”

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A walk around Fitzrovia

12th April 2019


Middleton's Ashley Wilsdon takes a walk around Fitzrovia – the central London district roughly bounded by Oxford Street, Great Portland Street, Euston Road and Gower Street, with Charlotte Street as its ‘spine’. Writers, artists and intellectuals such as Virginia Woolf, George Bernard Shaw, Dylan Thomas and George Orwell lived in the area or met at the Fitzroy Tavern in Charlotte Street, ensuring Fitzrovia rivalled nearby Bloomsbury as London’s bohemian quarter in the post-war era.

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