Could £5.4m Gloucestershire Mansion be the new ‘Beckingham Palace’?

By Hudsons | 19th Oct 2015 | Property News

Reports are rife that David and Victoria Beckham are eyeing up properties in the South West of England where they hope to set up home in a sprawling manor just like their former Beckingham Palace in Hertfordshire.

With a cinema and spa, is The 1826 the ultimate bachelor pad?

By HUDSONS | 19th Oct 2015 | Hudsons News

In the shadow of iconic London landmark the BT Tower, and adjacent to Fitzroy Square lies the 1826. Four very distinct apartments, all of which have been carefully crafted to offer unparalleled urban living in a uniquely creative corner of.

Halloween Special: Property rental market haunted by ghost-listings

By Hudsons | 16th Oct 2015 | Property News

The crazy London property market has created another spectre that will leave renters with a chill down their spine. The letting market is being haunted by ghost-listings

Stake in Google’s London head offices up for sale

By Hudsons | 15th Oct 2015 | Property Advice

A stake in one of Google’s Midtown head offices has been put for sale, with bidding expected to start at above £145 million.

London house prices: The north-south divide emerging in the capital’s property sector

By Hudsons | 15th Oct 2015 | House Prices

One interesting factor in new figures recently published, is a sign growth in house prices is slowing in parts of London. In fact, it looks like there’s a north-south divide emerging – and in this case it’s grim down south.

London house prices: Why fried chicken is a useful guide to where to invest in property

By Hudsons | 13th Oct 2015 | Property Advice

Well folks, its something that we at Hudson always suspected but now its official – mapping the number of chicken shops against the number of fancy coffee places has revealed