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Property of the week: Neo-gothic mansion set in 55 acres of parkland

Wall Hall in Aldenham boasts an illustrious history. In 1910 it was purchased by American banker John Pierpont Morgan, son of the founder of JP Morgan. Following Morgan’s death in 1942, the estate was procured by the Hertfordshire County Council and was used as a national teacher-training college.

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Is buy-to-let still a good investment in north London?

Property expert Simon Gerrard considers whether or not buy-to-let will remain a viable investment in the light of recent changes

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Can singles afford to buy property in north London?

Camden is one of the least affordable places in the UK in which to buy property alone. So what’s a singleton itching to get a foot on the property ladder to do? Here are the options.

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Camden’s mortgage burden most manageable in UK but property market least open to new buyers

New research suggests that Camden homeowners are among the best insulated against interest rate rises and have some of the most manageable housing debt in the country thanks to greater average age and wealth of owner occupiers.

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Tax the non-resident super rich to solve London’s housing crisis

A transaction tax to raise £85million from prime properties bought by overseas investors is just one measure suggested by research calling for an overhaul of the property tax system to alleviate London’s housing crisis.

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The Muswell Hill estate agent building a north London community

Natalie Churchman of Hamptons International Muswell Hill loves urban village life, Hornsey-style

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The Crouch End estate agent with dreams of hairdressing

As befits a Crouch End agent, Dinesh Mirchandani of Tatlers is a north London faithful with a love of period property. But if life had taken a different route, perhaps Barnet would have been better.

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Hampstead Garden Suburb: Quiet, exclusive and well-planned

Once home to grazing elephants, Hampstead Garden Suburb is nowadays one of London’s most exclusive areas full of green spaces and Arts & Crafts architecture.

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Crouch Hill: Independent cafes and shops and great outdoor facilities

This friendly, laidback area is well and truly on the up, with electrification of the railway the latest improvement to hit the area

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West Hampstead: Upmarket urban living from transport to cafes

A beguiling mixture of transport hub and quiet residential district, the area also bustles with independent businesses that keep residents loyal and fiercely protective of the local feel of their neighbourhood

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High-tech penthouse with two cinemas for sale in north London

A luxurious, gadget-filled property in Marylebone could be yours for £3,500,000

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A classic Crouch End family home with a zigzag rear extension

As we’re in the grip of awards season, perhaps the award for home extension that shouldn’t work as well as it does could go to the aptly named Folds House in Crouch End.

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For sale: Kensal Rise house by RIBA award winning architect

“Modernity without austerity” is how Deyan Sudjic, director of London’s Design Museum, describes Alfred Munkenbeck’s signature style in his understated foreword to the Munkenbeck + Partners website.

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So, what to get your green-fingered loved one on Valentine’s Day? Of course, the classic gift is a dozen red roses, but there are many more tokens which will last much longer...

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