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  • Fraser

    Fraser Allen

    Director, Lettings

    Richmond

  • Mani

    Mani Sheibani

    Associate Director, Residential Sales

    Chiswick

  • Pete

    Stewart Harrison

    Manager, Sales

    Battersea

  • Hollie

    Hollie Waterfield

    Manager, Lettings

    Battersea

  • Jo

    Jo O'Sullivan

    Associate Director

    Kew

  • Matt

    Matt Aboud

    Associate Director, Residential Sales

    Kingston

  • Sarah

    Sarah Davis

    Manager, Lettings

    Kingston

  • Brendan

    Brendan Wynne

    Director

     

  • Jeff

    Jeff Spencer

    Director of Richmond Residential Sales

    Richmond

  • Philip

    Philip Tibble

    Associate Director, Sales

    Sheen

  • Sophie

    Sophie Herbert

    Head of Bespoke Client Relations

    Head Office

  • Tom

    Tom Russell-Allen

    Associate Director, Lettings

    Sheen

  • Dan

    Dan Johnson

    Associate Director, Sales

    Teddington

  • Stacey

    Stacey Mean

    Associate Director, Lettings

    Teddington

  • Alan

    Alan Maynard

    Associate Director, Lettings

    Twickenham


  • Erika Hopkins

    Manager, Sales

    Twickenham

  • Andrew

    Andrew Weeks

    Director, Commercial

  • Claire

    Claire Humphries

    Corporate Services Manager

  • Malcom

    Malcolm Hall

    Manager, Land and New Homes

    Land & New Homes

  • Malcom

    Alanna Toal

    Manager, Sales and Lettings

    Fulham

  • Malcom

    Philippa Marriott

    Head of Property Management

  • Malcom

    Oliver Addison

    Manager, Lettings

    Chiswick

 

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Crown of Kew Restored

The world's largest Victorian glasshouse, at world heritage site Kew Gardens, is re-opening on 5th May after a five year, £41m restoration project. Originally built in 1860, the iconic Temperate House will be home to 10,000 plants, made up of 1,500 different species.

Having such a spectacular, unique landmark in the area has long attracted buyers and renters to Kew. The surrounding stock of Georgian and Victorian properties make picturesque family homes, and also benefit from their proximity to the village centre and Kew Gardens tube station. Kew is well known for its charming, village-feel, from the monthly market in the village centre to the vast selection of local clubs and activity groups, creating a strong sense of community between the residents.