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衛星城介紹

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Head of Asia Department 亞洲區總負責人
Residential Development & Investment 住宅項目及投資

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Ashcroft Park, Cobham, Surrey, KT11 | £2,500,000
Queens Drive, Oxshott, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 | Price on Application
Vicarage Walk, Bray, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 | £3,500,000

On 8th July, the government announced that there will be a Stamp Duty holiday until 31st March 2021

The major news is that Chancellor Rishi Sunak has now raised the minimum Stamp Duty threshold to £500,000; where previously Stamp Duty was paid on homes sold for at least £125,000, for first time buyers, or on properties sold for more than £300,000.

However for those in the upper real estate market…things get a bit cloudier. Understandably, each case and situation is different so we encourage you to call us to find out how much you will be saving under the new rules.

Variables include whether or not you’re buying a second home, an investment, and the various price ranges above £500,000.

The good news for buyers:

You could save thousands.

The good news for sellers:

Buyers are now more actively looking to purchase.

Call us to find out how much you will  benefit from the Stamp Duty changes

 

6 Tips for using Washable Face Coverings

As of 15th of June, face coverings will be required on all public transport in England

Guy Bradshaw
Director, Head of London Residential

As we emerge from lock-down, staying alert is part of the new normal. We are open for business and we continue to follow the guidance provided by the government. We are booking viewings and valuations as per usual with respect to new safety measures.

See our other post for advice on Disposable Face Coverings

 

8 hours is the limit, and replace if it becomes damp
Put away used masks until washing
Wash reusable masks after each use
If mask becomes damaged remove it and replace with a new one
Wash for at least 30 seconds by hand or in a machine. It is safe to wash with other items
Masks are only effective in combination with frequent hand washing

Using face coverings | 6 Tips

As of 15th of June, face coverings will be required on all public transport in England

Guy Bradshaw
Director, Head of London Residential

As we emerge from lock-down, staying alert is part of the new normal. We are open for business and we continue to follow the guidance provided by the government. We are booking viewings and valuations as per usual with respect to new safety measures.

See our other post for advice on Washable Face Coverings

Using face coverings | 6 Tips

1. Wash your hands thoroughly before putting on your mask
2. Ensure it covers your nose and mouth completely and watch for gaps
3. Avoid touching your ask once it’s on, and wash your hands first before readjusting your mask
4. Replace as soon as it’s damp and do not reuse single-use masks
5. Remove the mask from behind and dispose immediately in a covered bin
6. Wash your hands with soap and water, or an alcohol-based rub

Effects of Covid-19 on the UK Lettings Market

James Somers MARLA
Head of Lettings, London

The effects on the property market due to Covid-19 have been clear; with the country on lockdown since the end of March there has certainly been less activity across the UK housing market. However, since the lockdown measures were lifted for estate agents last month, we have seen an increase in lettings activity and it’s clear that people are preparing themselves for life after lockdown – a massive boost for the lettings market and one we certainly all needed!

At UK SIR, we saw lettings enquiries increase by over 130% from April to May, echoing our predictions of pent up demand during the lockdown period which put almost everything property related on hold. This huge increase is partly due to the fall in demand we saw at the end of March, but this is an extremely positive change and a sign that demand for rental properties is growing much more than sales.

Despite this returning demand and rise in enquiries, while rents initially remained fairly steady, new reports suggest that achieved rent levels look likely to come down and we have already seen Landlords accepting lower offers to ensure they have a tenant and eliminate any vacancy period even if this means taking a lower rent. June through to September is typically the busiest period of the year for lettings agents but with travel restrictions still in place, we have seen hardly any corporate relocations since Q1 and the uncertainty for students surrounding their studying means the flurry of international students we normally see at this time of the year is down as well. With that said, people will always need a place to live and with the wider impact of Covid-19 on the sales market, we expect to see more would be buyers filling the void and opting to rent instead with lettings being a more stable option as the long term effects of this pandemic become more clear. For that reason I expect the lettings market to remain buoyant with more activity predicted over the following months.

Those who are looking are planning for every eventuality and the lock-down has put peoples living situations into perspective with many revaluating what they actually need and what’s most important to them. Many of the enquiries we are now seeing have requests for outside space and a home working space which shows the shift in people’s needs as working from home for many is likely to continue for some time. With the fear this could happen again at the back of many people’s minds, they want to know they are prepared for another lock-down and have the most comfortable home environment possible.

This is also evident through the increase in activity from our Country Office. The demand for country rental properties is still strong with many London families looking to either up sticks and relocate to more rural areas with good connections into London or to acquire a second home where they can all live more comfortably without feeling on top of each other in their smaller London residences which might have little to no outside space. With the “staycation” also expected to be more popular this summer with families opting to stay in the UK rather than take the risk of traveling abroad, we expect to see many people taking out short-term holiday lets with houses coming with pools and tennis courts being the most popular.

During the lockdown it was important that we did not become complacent and were there to support our clients throughout this difficult time. While the country was on lockdown we continued to advise and prepare our landlords for when the lockdown is lifted. This was a great opportunity for many of them to get their properties ready whether that be finishing off the renovations, tidying up the garden or as we saw for many – organising virtual reality tours of their homes. We wanted to ensure we were putting our clients in the best possible position to capitalise on the returning activity as soon as social distancing measures were lifted and it was thanks to this effort that meant we were ready come 13th May, with multiple offers already agreed.

Lets for the Summer in the English Country Side

Main Road, Farthinghoe, BrackleyNorthamptonshire, NN13

6 Bedrooms | 6,623 Sq. Ft.

£10,000 per week

Abbey Lodge is a uniquely historical house in a desirable location. The house has a rich history, and dates predominantly from the 15th and 16th centuries. Farthinghoe is a rural south Northamptonshire village close to the border of north Oxfordshire. The village has a primary school, The Fox public house/restaurant, repair garage and parish church. There is good communication with intercity train services from Bicester North to London Marylebone and access to the M40 at either J10 for the south or J11 for the north.

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The Ridge, Neston, Wiltshire, SN13

6 Bedrooms

£6,923 per week

Enjoy your first view of this traditional country house set within 12 acres from the gravelled sweeping driveway, the solid wooden door giving access to the traditional hall with flagstone floors and high ceilings, step into a cosy TV room with comfy armchairs, cushions and colourful throws, the perfect space to lose yourself in a movie. Passing back through the dining hall a larger lounge warmed by the open fire, welcomes you with comfortable seating for all that come to stay. The indoor pool with heated pool and changing rooms is perfect whatever the season with by folding doors that open onto the gardens.

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Farm Lane, New Yatt, Witney, Oxfordshire, OX29

Bedroom

£4,000 per week

This luxury farmhouse is the perfect place from which to explore the rolling Cotswold countryside whilst still being close to the market towns of Witney, Woodstock and the City of Oxford. The farm has plenty of space with 7 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 3 reception rooms and a superb Johnny Grey designed kitchen. New Yatt is a small village situated 2 miles from the bustling market town of Witney. Woodstock and Blenheim Palace are 7 miles away and the “city of dreaming spires” Oxford 12 miles.

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Exquisite London Lets

Turner House, 6 Exchange Court, Covent Garden, London, WC2R

2 Bedrooms | 806 Sq. Ft.

£1,200 per week

Presenting this modern two-bedroom, two-bathroom first floor lateral apartment with a large semi-open plan living room complete with a modern bespoke kitchen. The apartment is beautifully presented having been recently redecorated throughout and further benefits from access to a balcony from the living room. Turner House is perfectly located in the heart of Covent Garden and is moments from the Covent Garden Piazza benefiting from the plethora of shops, bars and restaurants the area has to offer.

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Global Series – Cape Cod, MA

Guy Bradshaw
Director, Head of London Residential

In our next feature of the Global Series we travel to Cape Cod to interview Emily Van Giezen of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty. I first met Emily in Los Angeles at a Sotheby’s International Realty conference and we have been part of the Next Gen group with agents from around the globe sharing ideas and knowledge. I’ve also personally spent time in Cape Cod as a child during summer holidays and loved the scenery and beaches it has to offer. If you are thinking about a second home in one of the finest areas in the USA I’d be very happy to introduce Emily and her team.


1. Which City/ area are you from?

Emily Van Giezen

I currently reside in Orleans, Massachusetts on Cape Cod- a fantastic coastal community. Originally I grew up in New Jersey just outside of New York City where I worked for a number of years before relocating to the Cape.

 

2. What are the best things to do/ see where you live?

Cape Cod is famous for it’s beautiful sandy beaches, sunsets, fresh oysters and seafood, lighthouses, and endless summer activities. Many love the accessibility of bay and ocean waters for relaxing days on their boats. It is also home to the last standing drive-in movie theatre on Cape Cod from 1957 which is a popular evening experience for visitors and locals alike. I personally love the Chatham Bars Inn and Wequasett resorts as well.

3. Tell us a little about your market?

Although we do have many year-round residents, Cape Cod is primarily a second home market. Summer rentals are also popular. Many originate from the Boston, New York, and New Jersey areas. We do see a number of folks from the UK and West Coast as well. The real estate market is active at all times of the year with core activity during the late spring, summer, and early fall. As a full time Cape Cod resident, it is delightful to experience these months as they come to life. During that time each year these folks help our local economy thrive. I’ve met some amazing people of which I still have close relationships with today.

4. What is your favourite listing currently on your books and why?

Lake Dr, Orleans, MA – $870,000

My favourite listing is one that just came to market. It is a custom built and well maintained ranch style home located in a private association. A beautiful inlet with a sandy beach that is private to the association residents is particularly attractive because of the dock and deep water access. In the town of Orleans (and surrounding towns), the list is quite long to obtain a public mooring. The home itself abuts seven acres of conservation land which means the backyard will always be screened with trees as it cannot be developed. Am I allowed to drop some branding? Professional media and details can be found at www.58lakedr.com.

5. How has the Covid-19 Pandemic affected your location?

Homes continue to list and sell daily, though the activity has significantly decreased in pending sales – about 50%. Despite this shift, value remains consistent. It is predicted that sales and rentals will bounce back quickly. The Cape is easily accessed by car and for many that will mean choosing this mode of transportation over flight when planning vacations. Interest in commutable second home markets as a future precaution is also very likely. Additionally, the current circumstances have launched us into utilizing and normalizing technology that has been available to us for a long time. Orleans, as are other towns, are quite close knit. Observing the community and small business owners coming together to support each other is incredibly heart warming. We truly are all in this together!

6. What are your best tips for living/ working from home?

Being proactive! I recommend:

– Starting each day with ten minutes of journaling. Write down 3 things you are grateful for, how you want to show up for that day, and a positive message to yourself. Be your own cheerleader!

– Ask yourself: Have I eaten? Have I showered? Have I done something creative?

– Also start this day with a list. Organize into high and low energy tasks.

– Build a schedule and stick to it. Include time for self care and honour your boundaries. What are your non-negotiables?

– Celebrate your small wins throughout the day

– Stay connected but know when to take a break and disconnect. Tune in to both your physical and mental health. Practice grace with yourself.

– Mental stretch: what does your 8 year old self need?

– InsightTimer App is my go to for guided meditation and calming music.

– Prepare for a more peaceful sleep and “brain dump” before bed. Write it all down and clear what is weighing on your mind. Calming tea also helps!

I don’t know the originator of this quote, but I write it down I’m my journal everyday: “When you let go of what no longer serves you, you create space for what is meant to be.”

7. Your best real estate story?

Selling real estate on Cape Cod itself! I meet amazing folks from all walks of life and have seen and sold some incredible homes. Experiencing the positive energy of visitors and homeowners is electric as Cape Cod is a safe and special place. They are excited to be here. My parents first purchased their own property when I was just three months old and we have been summering here ever since until permanently relocating. Everyday is my best story as I observed my parents live out their dream, now I am able to help others do the same. Including my own! I love having the creative freedom to take my business and listings to the next level because an artist, I practice art through operating my business. Client satisfaction is the greatest measure of this success.

8. Where is on your travel bucket list?

My list is quite long! Most places in Europe, Dubai, Tulum, and Iceland are at the top.

9. And finally…….. when are you coming to visit us in London!?

Londonnnn! I have always wanted to visit during the holidays. Hopefully early December!

Virtual Viewing | Weymouth Mews, Marylebone, W1

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Contact Diana Tran MARLA for more details.

£1,960 per week | 1 Bedroom

Sotheby’s International Realty presents this one-bedroom serviced apartment (approx 615 sq.ft) situated on the ground floor located in the heart of Marylebone. 

This apartment comprises a open plan living area set with a plush custom-made sofa, handwoven vintage Berber rug, and Hans Wagner wing chair. Generous built-in walnut wood shelving houses a 43” Smart TV and selection of art coffee table books. For the musically inclined there is a turntable, Marshal Bluetooth Speaker and handpicked selection of records. The dining area, set with vintage Arkana table and four original Eames Bikini dining chairs, leads into a spacious, fully equipped kitchen that looks out onto the mews. A well-appointed bathroom has a bath and shower combination and a hidden cupboard that houses a combined washer/dryer. Towards the back of the apartment, the bedroom has a super king bed, generous built-in wardrobe space, and benefits from a large window that looks out onto a planted courtyard.

Weymouth Mews is located in the heart of Marylebone High Street owned by The Howard de Walden Estate. Ideally located moments from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, yet a Village atmosphere offering an array of shops, restaurants and cafes. Nearby Marylebone Station and Bond Street Underground Station.

Diana Tran, MARLA
Associate Director, Central London – Residential Lettings

Mob: +44 (0) 7525 595 523

diana.tran@sothebysrealty.co.uk

Research, Recalibrate and Reach out with our W1 team

We know your circumstances are changing, and with that comes questions about your future. Shereen and Diana are on hand to discuss both sales and lettings, to make it through the COVID-19 lock down. Every situation is different, and it’s worth a chat with the team about how to reposition yourself for the market when the lock down is lifted. Let’s discuss marketing and investment strategies.

Research

When buying, selling or letting a home, research is usually the first step. You will want to know which areas are best for your lifestyle, which agent to use and what prices of properties are within the vicinity. Diana and Shereen have led many of their clients through this process from the very beginning. Assisting with research in terms of property portals, sending property links to one another and ensuring there is complete clarity when providing up to date and market chat. Both our brokers are always happy to answer any questions a buyer, seller or tenant may have through the process right until closing.

Recalibrate

If you are looking to enter the UK property market; whether renting, buying or selling, now would be the time to recalibrate. In a time where most of us have the freedom to think about your next move, take a moment to gather your thoughts and assess whether you are in the best position to move forward. If you are already on the market maybe it is time to strategise with an exceptional agency and look at a new approach on how to maximise your property on the market. We can ensure that that you have everything needed when the market is ready to rebound.

Reach out

This is the important part of your quest when looking at property in London – reaching out to the right people and being able to communicate to the right brokers. For top-of-the-market properties, you want to be sure that your brokers are able to bring you qualified buyers and tenants – quickness ensures that your property will continue to bring high yields. You want brokers who understand how to handle a prime central London sale or let; even outside of the current situation, London properties often have parameters and limitations on ownership. Now that new legislation is changing constantly to keep pace with the effects of the pandemic, you need to be sure that your broker can guide you through whilst making the most of this opportunity. Diana and Shereen are always ready to make and take video conference calls to ensure they are connecting with their clients first hand.


Sales in W1Marylebone Square, Marylebone, London

£4,710,000 | 2 Bedrooms

A two-bedroom apartment in the anticipated Marylebone Square development. This is a spacious two-bedroom apartment within the building, located on the eastern side along Cramer Street. The apartment is designed so that natural light floods the apartment and open plan living. The apartment measures approximately 1399 sq.ft. and benefits from an additional study in addition to the two bedrooms. Marylebone Square is a collection of 54 high-end apartments, carefully chosen boutiques and restaurants, and a versatile community hall.

Lettings in W1Charles Street, Mayfair, London

£8,667 pm | 3 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms

UK Sotheby’s International Realty presents this stunning three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment (approximately 1512 sq ft) located within an opulent stucco building in the heart of Mayfair. Spread over three floors this impressive first floor apartment comprises a stunning 15ft reception room, retaining its original period features and boasting two large French windows opening onto a south facing balcony overlooking Charles Street. There is a bright fully fitted and equipped kitchen with high end appliances, a separate utility cupboard with separate Miele washing and drying machines. Charles Street is located on one of Mayfair’s most prestigious addresses and is conveniently located for all the excellent shopping of Selfridges and New Bond Street , the dining (Sexy Fish, Scotts, Annabel’s & Arts club) and within walking distance to Hyde Park, Green Park and St James’ Park and great transport for Green Park and Bond Street Underground.


Get to know our W1 team

London’s most desirable locations start with a W1 postcode

Our team has +18 years of experience in Soho, Mayfair, Marylebone, Fitzrovia, St. James’s

Shereen joined the team in 2013 and undertook her first multi-million pound deal within her first few months, progressing quickly to the position of senior associate. Coming from a background in law and finance she has been at the forefront of associating herself with people from different continents, creating long lasting relationships with her clients and extending her help beyond just agency. Shereen loves W1. From Soho to Mayfair to Marylebone. the hustle and bustle that part of London offers, so she tends to spend most of my time in those districts, ensuring she is aware of everything that is going on from new restaurants to sold prices.

Shereen Malik-Akhtar

Senior Associate shereen.akhtar@sothebysrealty.co.uk

t +44 (0) 20 7495 9589

m +44 (0) 7525 595 520

As one of the senior figures of the team, her expertise in this location and field is second to none. With over a decade of experience in the property industry and a wealth of local knowledge within Prime Central London, in particular W1 which she loves, it’s clear to see the repeat business and referrals that she receives. Diana has worked with many of the UK’s largest estates, including the Grosvenor Estate, the Crown Estate and other key private clients within Prime Central London. Diana provides a seamless service from beginning to end, maintaining constant contact 24/7 and is always available to advise or assist.

Diana Tran MARLA

Associate Director, Residential Lettings & Sales

Diana.Tran@sothebysrealty.co.uk

t: +44 (0) 20 7495 9580

m: +44 (0) 7525 595 523


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Explore living along the English Coastline

Portsmouth and Southsea

Portsmouth is a port city in Hampshire, England, with a total population of 205,400 residents. Portsmouth and Southsea are located 70 miles (110 km) south-west of London and 19 miles (31 km) south-east of Southampton.

Historically, Portsmouth has been closely linked to the Royal Navy and still a tenth of the city’s workforce is employed at the Portsmouth Naval Dockyard, which is directly linked to the city’s biggest industry, defence, with the headquarters of BAE Systems Surface Ships. With the contraction of the Royal Navy in the 1990s the City’s economy started to diversify significantly.

The University of Portsmouth was founded in 1992 as a new university from the existing Portsmouth Polytechnic. The university was ranked among the top 100 modern universities in the world in April 2015. The university has over 23,000 students and more than 2500 staff. Each year, people from 150 countries come from across the globe to join the University.

Portsmouth Harbour has passenger ferry links to Gosport and the Isle of Wight from the Portsmouth International Port, with a car ferry service to the Isle of Wight operated by Wightlink located nearby. Britain’s longest-standing commercial hovercraft service, begun in the 1960s, still runs from near Clarence Pier to Ryde, Isle of Wight, operated by Hovertravel. Portsmouth Continental Ferry Port has links to Caen, Cherbourg-Octeville, St Malo, and Le Havre in France, Santander and Bilbao in Spain and the Channel Islands.

Gunwharf Quays is a mixed residential and retail destination with outlet stores, restaurants, pubs, and cafés. Construction of the Spinnaker Tower began in 2001 and was completed in summer 2005. The 560 feet (170 m) tower is visible from 23 miles (37 km) on a clear day, and its viewing platforms provide views across the Solent towards the Isle of Wight.

Southsea is a seaside resort and residential area that lies at the southern end of Portsea Island. There are many opportunities to be had for residential investors to take advantage of the demand for long and short term housing for students and staff at the university. From modern apartment living to more elegant town houses there is something to suit all tastes and budgets.

Our properties in Southsea

The Country department of UK Sotheby’s International Realty is very active in introducing quality properties to UK and international buyers. Indeed, this week has seen a sale agreed in Southsea with the ultimate occupants being international.

See what value is available on the South Coast!

Fort View

Royal Gate, Southsea
£1,270,000

The house retains its original features of high ceilings and large rooms with period cornicing and plasterwork. Over 3,400 sq ft of accommodation allows for spacious living. Elegant dining room and drawing room have magnificent views across the Solent and Approaches. Five bedrooms occupy the top three floors with two ensuite and a further family bathroom. The ground floor can be a separate self-contained annex with kitchen/living space and a further bedroom with ensuite. A well-proportioned wine cellar, external courtyard and entrance is also on this level.

Queensbury

Kent Road, Southsea
£1,000,000

One of Thomas Ellis Owen’s finest creations in the heart of central Southsea.
Southsea is a delightful and mature seaside resort, located to the south of Portsmouth city centre and to the east of Old Portsmouth. It developed as a fashionable Victorian seaside resort in the 19th century subsequently growing into a residential suburb and large, distinct commercial and entertainment area, separate from the centre of Portsmouth.

 

John Fisher
Country House and Estate Sales
t +44 (0)1932 860537 | m +44 (0) 7860 205 625
john.fisher@sothebysrealty.co.uk