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Architect Suzanne Brewer took a block of rubbish-filled Greenwich garages and created a light-filled, child-friendly home for her young family.

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A sweeping staircase leads to striking living and entertaining space over three floors in this East Sheen beauty.

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Our secret tenant turns to live-in caretaking of an empty building in Hammersmith in his hunt for a cheap rental home in Zone 2.

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Robert Pattinson has sold the home he shared with ex-girlfriend Kristen Stewart and snapped up a luxurious LA home with two bedrooms, a pool and a cosy music room.

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Camden council is leading the way, going into business as a house builder - a move that is likely to be embraced by other councils struggling with housing shortages.

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Musical theatre star Ben Forster is selling his penthouse overlooking the Thames. The 1,500sqft duplex apartment in Rotherhithe has three en suite bedrooms as well as a roof terrace and balcony.

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The modest south-east London neighbourhood of Hither Green is the latest magnet for families price out of Blackheath and Peckham Rye.

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An acquisition of the Regency sort awaits in the desirable Pimlico location of Westmoreland Triangle.

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With glitzy shops and hundreds of new homes on the way, this town 10 miles from London is preparing for a boom.

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London's W2 postcode, taking in Bayswater, Queensway and Paddington, is a hot tip for buyers, according to new research by Knight Frank.

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