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Public artist Martin Firrell’s loft in the heart of Soho for sale

Buy British artist Martin Firrell’s artfully styled Soho loft conversion in one of the most sought after central London locations.

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Leafing through Bloomsbury: London's Literary Square Mile

As the Bloomsbury Festival 2021 launches today, celebrating the borough’s people, places and creativity, we take a closer look at the cultural and intellectual hub of London.

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Autumn update: London property market forecast and raising the value of your property

Founder of Hudsons Property, Jon Hudson, delves into the current property market with insights and a sure way on how to maximise the value of your home or investment.

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How Home Staging Helped Sell a Tired Period Property

Home staging highlights your home's best assets and helps buyers imagine themselves moving in, as one of Hudsons’ period properties reveals.

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The Five Best New Restaurants in Central London

The annual London Restaurant Festival, from 1-31 October 2021, celebrates the capital’s diverse dining scene. In what’s been a tough year for the city’s restaurants and bars, it’s refreshing to see so many newcomers opening. Read our round up of some of the best new restaurants in central London.

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The hot new interior trends for autumn 2021

Interior writer and stylist Laurie Davidson reveals the latest interior must-haves; from restorative palettes to post-pandemic living solutions, these are the hot new looks that you’ll soon see flooding the market.

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Central London hotels to stay in while you house hunt

If you’re house hunting in central London, stay in one of the capital’s finest hotels that also provide interior inspiration.

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Finding the perfect student accommodation for September 2021

The start of the academic year in September means pressure to find the right place to live. Hudsons has plenty of suitable properties for students and can even help with furnishing.

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What’s on in the West End Theatres

Capital culture vulture Nick Curtis has been out and about in Theatreland, reviewing the best the capital has to offer showing in some of central London’s finest theatres.

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Fitzrovia Rising: The Historic London District That’s Ever Evolving

Fitzrovia merits more than just one blog, that’s why we’re bringing you another, delving into the garden squares, landmarks and other hidden attractions. Read part two of our guide to the area, says Jo Fernández.

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Fitzrovia Rising: Exploring one of Central London’s Most Intriguing Districts

Fringed by Bloomsbury and Marylebone, rubbing shoulders with Oxford Street and Euston, Fitzrovia is a small pocket of central London. Filled with elegant Georgian homes, leafy garden squares, some of London’s best pubs and restaurants, media companies and London landmarks, it’s an energetic neighbourhood that doesn’t stand still.

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Love Parks Week 2021: Celebrate Central London’s Parks

During Lockdown spending time outside in parks kept many of us sane. From 23 July – 1 August, Love Parks Week is a nationwide campaign to celebrate these beloved natural resources. Central London alone has a whopping eight royal parks so there’s no shortage of green space to enjoy.

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