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  • 7 hidden gems of Marylebone

    Marylebone is renowned for its wealth of elegant Georgian architecture housing a range of upmarket eateries, independent boutiques and, of course, Residential Land full article

  • London #InTheDetail with Paula Holmes

    From bottomless brunches to breathtaking views, we’ve asked London lifestyle influencers to fill in the blanks and shine a light on the city they call home. Paula Holmes, creator of The LDN Diaries, is an award-winning London lifestyle blogger who is dedicated to sharing her knowledge of the city. While she started the LDN Diaries […] full article

  • 5 beautiful London cinemas

    There’s no need to relegate yourself to a mundane multiplex when you have one of these magnificent picture palaces in your full article

  • 7 luxury London moments with Angie Silver

    Angie Silver knows a thing or two about luxury - her wanderlust-driven adventures have taken her around the globe and into a world of high-end food, travel and full article

  • A little-known history of Lexham Gardens

    The secret past of our 85 Lexham Gardens property, 10 minutes away from South Kensington’s world famous Natural History, Science and V&A full article

  • A Beautiful Object: René Lalique’s perfume bottle

    René Lalique started primarily as a jewellery designer, but it’s his perfume bottles that I came to love. full article

  • Win a FujiFilm Instax camera with Residential Land

    Your chance to win an amazing FujiFilm Instax - a camera that allows you to express your creativity instantly, with film that develops as soon as you take the full article

  • Fighting cancer with the Raffingers Foundation

    Raffingers Foundation was set up by Raffingers chartered certified accountants in 2016, to help those affected by pancreatic and ovarian cancer. The foundation was established in honour of Jason Kew – a much-loved friend of Raffingers who lost his life to pancreatic cancer – and family members of Raffingers employees who have been taken by […] full article

  • Unusual Homes: The Modernist Masterpiece at 2 Willow Road

    2 Willow Road is an archetype of modernist architecture, built and previously lived in by one of the godfathers of modernism: Ernő full article

  • Glass craft: a chandelier that responds to movement

    When it comes to statement pieces, this chandelier tops them full article

  • Benefits of one bedroom lets in Central London

    From having a really long soak in the bath and singing out loud to having the heating just how you want and hogging the TV to watch back-to-back box sets, living on your own certainly has its perks. One-bedroom flats to rent in Mayfair are an excellent place to start if you’re looking to move […] full article

  • Living in a listed building in Central London

    When you search our flats to rent in Central London, you will see that many of the buildings Residential Land own are actually Listed Buildings. In this blog, we explain what listed status means and explore what it’s like to live in a listed property. According to Historic England, listed buildings are considered of national […] full article

  • Benefits of an on-site porter

    In 19th century London there was a flurry of housebuilding, with many mansion blocks erected in prime areas such as Mayfair, Regent’s Park, Kensington, Marylebone, Maida Vale, St John’s Wood, Belsize Park, Battersea, Fulham and Chiswick. These red brick constructions from the Victorian and Edwardian periods usually featured a reception that was manned by a […] full article