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Property of the week: Views and light in Hampstead Garden Suburb

An imposing Grade II-listed double fronted detached seven bedroom family house (3,346sq ft) providing delightful views across Central Square.

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For sale: 1960s Camden mews house by world-renowned architects

A mews house, which was an early project by two of the world’s leading architects, has come on the market on what is arguably the most impressive street in Camden for Modern architecture.

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Revealed: The cheapest property to buy in Camden

A tiny studio near Camden Road, on the market for £225,000, is the cheapest property for sale in Camden at the moment.

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Developers rush to buy up Heath Extension – but hadn’t checked the date

The Heath Extension was listed for sale earlier today with adverts on Zoopla and Rightmove advertising a property on Hampstead Way NW11 for £100,000,000.

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Hampstead and Kentish Town chosen as best places to live in London

It comes as little surprise that Ham & High areas bagged two of the 10 London spots in the Sunday Times’ Best Places to Live 2016 list.

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And the Oscar for house viewings go to...

Sam Gould of Chestertons in Hampstead finds the personal touch is invaluable, especially when showing to Oscar winners.

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Remember the days of cheap rent? This Belsize Park lettings agent does

Lauren Rapacioli, lettings agent at Hadleigh Residential, dreams of a perfect pink townhouse on Primrose Hill and remembers the halcyon days where a studio flat cost just £165 a week.

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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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How to tackle the spring clean, and why it’s still worth doing

Amanda Lamb is at home, surrounded by a mop, dusters and boxes, as she enthusiastically prepares to tackle the job most of us dread – the big spring clean.

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5 DIY projects you can do in a weekend

When it comes to DIY, it can be depressing to return to the working week with a half-finished job, be it a partially painted room or semi-varnished floorboards. So plan ahead and tackle on of these projects that should take only a weekend.

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Getting sent to your room will no longer be a punishment thanks to these handy hints for decorating children’s rooms

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Stamp out green-fingered theft

Each year, property owners lose millions of pounds worth of garden equipment, including mowers, furniture, expensive statuary and ornaments and even York stone paving slabs and turf. Here are ways to minimise the risk of theft:

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