Glentree in the Press

London's Finest

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London's quiet and highly valuable central prime streets have endured a rollercoaster ride over the past 12 months.

Bargain hunting in Kensington and Chelsea

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Prices in London's high-end housing market - above ?1.5 million - fell by 3.3 percent last year, making it one of the biggest fallers worldwide.

Exclusive Homes in Hampstead

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Luxury-house builder Bellis Homes has just launched their brand-new, high specification development in the heart of Hampstead.

Agents and vendors feel a spring in their step

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The news that property prices are on the rise again caught some house owners by surprise

Booster for Billionaires Row

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The Bishops Avenue north london's billionaire row is bucking the trend of stalling prime London property , says developer Harrison Varma.

Rosary Manor

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Rosary manor has a countrified feel, despite its London location.

Chai Cancer Care

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Glentree are proud to be the sponsor of the Chai Cancer Care Gift Sale.

Meet the Movers & Shakers

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The most influential people in the UK property world are not necessarily the richest, nor those with more houses than anyoneelse. But they are the people who shape our opinions and attitudes when it comes to the business of bricks and mortar. It is notall about estate agents and billionaire bankers, either. From television gurus to house builders and interior designers to skyscraping developers, here are the 25 people shaping the British property world.

Trevor Abrahmsohn: The Billionaire's Estate Agent

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Meet Trevor Abrahamson, who heads up Glentree International, the estate agency that specialises in buying and selling property for the super rich. Fiona Keating met up with Trevor for tea in the classically beautiful surroundings of The Cornthian Hotel, in Whitehall Place, London. He has sold houses on Bishops Avenue to the tune of £50 million, so if there’s anyone who knows about property and what makes the fabulously wealthy, it’s Trevor.

Yours for £100,000,000

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Many an estate agent has the odd anecdote about a sneakygazumping or conveyancing dispute. Few have stories as jawdroppingas Trevor Abrahmsohn’s tale of two buyers who couldn’tmeet in the middle. “A developer was selling two apartments for£20 million, but he and the buyer could not agree on the exactprice,” Trevor explains. “The buyer had a plane to catch, and was ina hurry. So I asked them to spin a coin for a million pounds. Theyspun. The developer lost, but the deal went through.” Hardly youraverage property deal, but then Trevor is not your average estateagent.For 38 years, he has been selling homes in Bishops Avenue. In thiswell-groomed neck of the north London woods, houses are thesize of supertankers, and pillared like a parliament building.His first sale was for £2 million, back in the Seventies, but hisnewest property, Heath Hall, is on the market for £100 million. Thenews that Britain is emerging from economic downturn is old hathere. At no point in the last four years have the winds of recessionblown down this particular Billionaire’s Row.