Why a Mayfair address is so prestigious

Mayfair could soon overtake Knightsbridge to become the most expensive area of London, The Times newspaper reported recently. New estimates from estate agent Hamptons International indicate that the value of Mayfair properties could reach a staggering £15,000 per square foot by the year 2050. Hampton’s report suggests that the district will “not just retain its ‘super prime status’, but … will also become the capital’s top address, attracting long-term minded residential investors and developers.”

Properties in Mayfair have always been pricey – we recently blogged about Cambridge House, a property which is currently under renovation and set to become Britain’s most expensive home, and there are many other similarly exclusive properties in the area. But what do you actually get for your money in Mayfair?

Many people are attracted to the area thanks to its prime Central London location, but there is much more than convenience on the table when it comes to Mayfair’s charm. Living in Mayfair gives you easy access to some of the capital’s most extravagant restaurants, galleries, hotels, nightclubs and shopping destinations. You’ll be within walking distances of world famous locations such as Claridges and Savile Row, and tube stations including Green Park and Victoria to whisk you quickly around the rest of the city. All of this coupled with its prestigious reputation and stunning local scenery makes Mayfair a particularly prime location.

If you’re looking for a property in the Mayfair area, get in touch with one of Mayfair’s helpful and knowledgeable estate agents. Whether you’re looking for a tasteful flat or an extravagant mansion, they’ll be able to help you find your new dream home!

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