Homesearch Ltd, W5
|Properties||Number of properties||Avg. asking price||Avg. listing age|
|Residential for sale||8||£929,988||12 weeks||Residential to rent||12||£2,474 pcm||5 weeks|
|Commercial for sale||2||£59,975||6 weeks|
|Commercial to let||1||£16,016 pa||19 weeks|
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Latest residential property for sale
£225,000 Guide price
Online Auction property please read terms and conditions of auction ref to Patterson auctions This is a well maintained Apartment that has parking outside the block in this private development. Situated on the second floor, this property comprises of ...
This Quality Home has 3 bedrooms and has just been built in this new development in a Prime Location. Providing modern living to a high standard in a cleverly tucked away development that is moments away from the hussle and bussle of Kings Cross.
Latest residential property to rent
£6,478 pcm (£1,495 pw) Ordnance Hill, London NW8
Homesearch Ltd are pleased to offer for rent this fantastic 4 bedroom semi detached house, situated in the desirable area of St Johns Wood. This property comprises of 4 double bedrooms, 2 fully tiled bathrooms, open plan kitchen/reception, an ...
£2,600 pcm (£600 pw) Redington Road, London NW3
Available from 30th Oct 2018
Homesearch Ltd are pleased to offer for rent this first floor spacious first floor 2 bedroom flat in a period house situated in the desirable area of Hampstead. This property cmprises of 2 double bedrooms, 1 bathroom, additional cloakroom, kitchen, ...
Latest commercial property for sale
£59,950 (£109/sq. ft)
********A3 cafe in high street location******** A newly refurbished ground floor cafe that have been carefully refurbished and comes with a new lease. The Business is ready to run and is currently running but due to personal reasons the owner needs to ...
Meet the team
Michael OomerjeeBranch manager
An experienced Property expert. Michael started out in the property industry in the late 80's involved in the development aspect. He went into estate agency as he felt that the industry didnt offer enough service to their clients