We find homes along the first stretch of the west-east London Crossrail route - from Reading to West Drayton - that will offer commuters much faster journey times.
A secluded seven-bedroom detached house with large private garden, £490,000
A three-bedroom cottage overlooking Sarratt village green with open fires and solid oak floors
A three-bedroom maisonette flat in a Grade I-listed, Georgian townhouse in a sought-after location
A one-bedroom apartment located within a private gated development, north of Turnham Green
Look forward to a brighter future at two-bedroom Sunny Cottages, ideal for Londoners looking to downsize
A three-bedroom red-brick cottage with outbuildings and pretty gardens, £200,000
This three-bedroom flat within a former textile factory spans the corner of the fourth floor and has a balcony
A charming four-bedroom Oxfordshire cottage with oak floors and chunky-beamed ceilings, £465,000
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Borrowers concerned about the impact of an interest rate rise on their monthly mortgage repayments
Prices in Cambridge and London have increased by over £50,000 and £60,000 respectively over the last year
There are pockets of good value for first-time buyers in every corner of London, with new shared-ownership homes being built from travel zones1-5.
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Half of home owners believe their properties urgently need modernisation to increase its value
Step inside luxurious oast-house conversions, wow-factor windmills and towering transformations.
Cost of UK average house now estimated at £203,135
New-build homes are already going up along the high-speed rail link that will slash commuting times into London.
But sales at their highest point since 2007
Still trendy and edgy, London's Tate/Globe/Shard hinterland is now getting a second wave of glamorous new flats.
Plus, rent in retirement, sell your own home, and why fly the nest?
The yawning gulf between what typical first-time buyers earn and the price of homes in each London borough is revealed today.
A chef and his wife turned a tired Dulwich Victorian villa into a sleek yet practical family home - after spotting the potential of its huge, windowless basement.
Take a look at our A-Z index of more than 200 property area guides covering London and the commuter hotspots. They are packed with information on new homes, schools, the best streets, average property prices and more.
A-Z list of property area guides
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Plus, lack of space, viewings and a black and white Reader's House
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Comedian Eddie Izzard is backing a campaign to stop a large part of one of London’s biggest social housing estates being turned into £1 million flats for sale.
Save hundreds of pounds by shopping around and getting a better deal on your energy and insurance.
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Plus, television house prices, rent to buy yield hotspots, and thatch danger
A delightful old rectory with four bedrooms, cellar, coach house, orangery and enclosed meadow
An impressive eight-bedroom Victorian home with four reception rooms and private south-facing garden
A Grade II-listed property with three bedrooms and 1,806sq ft of living space over four storeys
Award-winning conversion of an early 19th-century martello tower overlooking the Suffolk coastline
The Baker Street Mills is a Grade II-listed property with restored windmill and 10 acres of land