Glentree in the Press

London Property magazine - Maybots latest edict of 1-3% additional stamp duty for foreigners buying property in the UK?

Whilst it is a laudable aim to raise a few hundred million pounds for homeless people, at this critical time for the country, when you want to encourage inward investment, ''We're closed for your business'?

Fabric - New Homes

Deluxe dwellings - This smart new development comprises a selection of two and three bed apartments boasting terraces, balconies, underground parking and a concierge service.

The JC - 'Later living' with on-site pilates

In the later-living sector, the hotel lifestyle is catching on. A big player in the sector is Elysian residences, which has launched the Oren, on West Heath Road, Hampstead.

The JC - Where to Live

Glentree is the agent for Hampstead Reach, 39 apartments and six houses by Barratts, from £995,000. The two and three bedroom apartments have views of the communal gardens, 12 hour hotel-style concierge and secure underground parking.

The JC - Ice-creams and a film festival

In 1931, Gaetano Mansi opened a gelato parlour, Marine Ices, in Chalk Farm. The fame of his Italian Iced treats spread and they can now be bought in many locations, including a new ice-cream parlour just down the road from the evocatively named Marine Ices apartments. Glentree is selling the 19 apartments here, which have one to three bedrooms, large balconies and composite oak-panelled front doors with security features.

Evening Standard - City Spy

Estate agent Glentree's Trevor Abrahmsohn pulls no punches: "If a Jeremy Corbyn-led government were ever to gain power, the exodus of wealth creators from the UK will be less of a brain drain and more of a lobotomy". As a man who does plenty of business on The Bishops Avenue "billionaires' row", he's got more reason to fear than most.

The Times - Smile, you're on infra-red camera

According to Trevor Abrahmsohn , the chief executive of Glentree International, a luxury estate agency, the tradition patrolman with a blood thirsty dog has been supplemented by sophisticated digital security measures.

The Guardian - There is far greater threat to the super-rich than labour

Upmarket estate agents tell the same story. They see the utra-rich sell up high-end London properties, preparing to leave, according to the times. Glentree estates says: "We hear time and again that their biggest fear is an extreme leftwing government"

The Sunday times - Home Front

"The exodus of wealth creators from the UK will be less of a 'brain drain' and more of a lobotomy," says Trevor Abrahmsohn , who runs the North London estate agency Glentree.

City AM - A billionaires' row veteran estate agent talks to Sebastian McCarthy

If anywhere is on the front line in the current struggle to sell London's high end property, it is The Bishops Avenue, the fabled billionaires' row just North of Hampstead Heath; and if anyone is leading the fight, it is Trevor Abrahmsohn, the areas legendary estate agent.

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