The best places for lunch in Notting Hill and Kensington

Members of the Mountgrange Heritage team recommend the best places for lunch in Notting Hill and Kensington. Michael Wilson – Managing Director "I’ve worked in the Kensington and Notting Hill area for more than 15 years and have had ample…

Boots Building at 127 Kensington High Street to be redeveloped

For many people the anonymous grey building on the corner of Kensington High Street and Wrights Lane is better known as the ‘Boots Building’ after its largest tenant. At present, it’s a dumpy corner on an otherwise distinguished High Street…

Why should I appoint Mountgrange Heritage to sell my property?

As an independent agency we often get asked “why should I instruct Mountgrange Heritage to sell my property, rather than the likes of Knight Frank, Savills or John D Wood?” The answer is simple. We work harder for our clients and we think…

The history of Kensington Mansion Blocks

ESSA held another of their regular Mansion Block meetings recently with the focus on the history of Kensington mansion blocks. Representatives from five local mansion blocks gave talks on their individual histories on what was a fascinating…
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The 5 best Christmas events in Kensington and Chelsea

Brrrr! Now that December is upon us, it’s starting to feel a lot like Christmas. Kensington and Chelsea boasts some of the most magical festive events in London so with only three weeks to go until the big day, read our guide to the best local…
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Why you should visit the new Design Museum in Kensington

The new Design Museum has finally opened at its stunning new location on Kensington High Street. The museum, founded by Sir Terence Conran in 1989 was originally based in a converted banana warehouse in Shad Thames, where it gave us many stunning…
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What are the pros and cons of living within a conservation area?

Conservation areas are designed to protect locations that are of special interest either historically or architecturally, preserving the features that make that area unique. The concept of Conservation areas was introduced in the 1967…

Where to find the best brunch in Notting Hill and Kensington

Once upon a time it wasn’t the weekend unless you had a proper Sunday roast with all the trimmings; however the popularity of the weekend brunch is growing fast with restaurants all over London offering everything from a hearty late breakfast…
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Easter Events in Notting Hill and Kensington

The advent of Easter has taken us all a little by surprise this year – its here already!  With that in mind and the little ones off school for at least two weeks, here’s our guide to Easter events in Notting Hill and Kensington. You’ll…

My month in property management

Thalia Bryan, Director and Head of Management and Refurbishment gives us an insight into a month of property management challenges. She also reveals what she is looking forward to in the coming months. 1. Most surprising thing – Burglary…