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Recently sold/let properties
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- LET – 2 Bedroom apartment in Eresby House, Rutland Gate - £1, 400pw (asking price)
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Sell or let your Kensington property
Whether you are thinking of selling or renting your property in Kensington, or if you are simply interested in finding out more about the current property market, our appraisal team can advise you on your next step.
The Sotheby’s International Realty appraisal team have extensive knowledge of the Kensington property market and access to the global Sotheby’s network to assist in selling or letting your property.
"Very impressed by the professionalism and quality of customer service by Andrew Whelan and Raymar Batten on managing the letting and documentation for me."
"I had the pleasure of working with Shereen Malik who was extremely professional and efficient. Shereen worked hard to secure the best deal for her client and liaised with all parties to ensure one of the swiftest transactions in The Modern House's twelve year history. I would highly recommend."
Rosie Falconer, Sales Manager - The Modern House
Kensington Area Overview
The Royal borough of Kensington is located just to the west of central London and is one of the capital’s most sought-after areas. At its heart lies Kensington High Street, which is something of a melting-pot with a bustling string of shops that includes department stores, high street names, boutique clothing outlets and the enormous Whole Foods Market, which specialises in organic produce. If you keep walking north to neighbouring Notting Hill then you will eventually reach Portobello Market, which has more of a bohemian atmosphere with its colourful clothing booths and quirky antique shops.
Wander into the backstreets and you’ll uncover a very desirable residential area, which mainly comprises Victorian villas, town houses and converted mansion blocks.
Kensington is something of a cultural hub. The Science Museum, the Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum (V& A) are all close by, as is the world-famous Royal Albert Hall, one of London’s premier concert venues. Two Royal Parks are here too – Hyde Park with its Serpentine Lake and the wonderful Kensington Gardens.
Kensington has held Royal connections for many years now. It first rose to prosperity when Sir Christopher Wren was instructed to create what is now known as Kensington Palace. Queen Victoria was born in the Palace in 1819 and lived there until she took to the throne in 1837. It was also home to Diana, Princess of Wales, who lived at Apartment 8, Kensington Palace for most of her adult life.