Purchasing High Net Worth Property
Henry Moore Court, Chelsea
Located in Chelsea, Henry Moore Court takes its name from Henry Moore, a former Head of the Department of Sculpture at the former Chelsea College of Art, the site of which the development sits.
The boutique scheme comprises 15 stunning apartments and two town houses, all with exclusive access to a private gym, 24-hour security and high-level concierge.
Set just off the famous King’s Road, Henry Moore Court benefits from beautiful landscaping, traditional brick facades, and a village feel.
Chelsea itself is one of the most fashionable places in London, with beautiful tree-lined avenues and high-quality shopping and dining outlets. Popular with wealthy families, investors and creatives alike, Chelsea has it all; schools, cultural centres – including the Saatchi Gallery – museums, retails shops and parks. Not to mention its proximity to Kensington means world famous attractions, like the V&A Museum and Science Museum, are accessible with ease.
Whilst Chelsea doesn’t have its own tube station, it’s very close to the Circle and District lines via Sloane Square and South Kensington, which is also served by the Piccadilly line. As such, Henry Moore Court residents can easily travel to world famous attractions, such as Portobello Road Market and Leicester Square.
Property in Henry Moore Court
Property prices in Henry Moore Court are around an average of £8.6million based on sales over the last five years. With rents around an average of £4,953 per month.
Securing a mortgage in Henry Moore Court
Properties in Henry Moore Court are typically upward of £1million, which can be more complicated to secure a mortgage for. Unless you have a very large deposit, arranging a £1million+ mortgage at a high loan to value (LTV) can be very difficult—so a good broker with excellent contacts across London can help.
A broker like Enness has ample experience securing such mortgages, and has the knowledge of the London property market to ensure the best solution.
Is it still a good idea to invest in London property?
There have been conflicting reports over the last year about the state of the London property market—but price stagnation means now is a good time for buyers to drive a hard bargain. For more information about why now is a good time to invest in luxury London real estate, click here.
Whatever your personal profile is—be that a foreign national from the Middle East, an expat, a self-employed worker or an employee with large bonus income—we have the contacts to find you the perfect mortgage and complete the purchase of your property in Henry Moore Court.