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George Bradley and a fellow architect transformed a cramped Hackney property using plywood and imaginative design.

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A new London record was set last year by a flat commanding a £45,000 weekly rent. Now, luxurious homes rent for up to £60,000 a week. Join us as we take a tour...

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This year's property rich list revealed the ten most expensive towns to by a home throughout Britain.

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