living to the capital.
Talk to us about featuring your home at our upcoming London Show on 28th September, 2022.Contact us today
The London and Country Property Show
The number of homes bought by Londoners outside the capital is at its highest level in four years. The demand for family homes with plenty of space inside and out continues to exceed their supply. As a result of this supply and demand imbalance, house prices in villages and attractive market towns are still climbing and yet continue to offer excellent value compared to London homes.
With the escape to the country trend in full force, Michael Graham is delighted to be marketing our prime town and country homes at the London Show in our London Office on 40 St. James’ Place, London, SW1A 1NS on 28th September, 2022.
To be part of our country homes showcase and to have your home matched with active London buyers, click below to book your free market appraisal.Book A Free Market Appraisal
Michael Graham estate agents has a marketing office in St James's Place, central London, where we attract real buyers looking to move out to the country.
With so many people from the capital looking for a home within an hour's commute of The City, it pays to choose an estate agent who uses the right means to reach the right people.
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If you're thinking of moving, give your home the best chance of being seen by London buyers and across 8 counties by choosing Michael Graham estate agents to market your home.Sell your home
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While marketing your home on the internet can bring broad coverage, it doesn't beat the value of a branch with vast local knowledge and business links in the right location.Get in touch
Meet our artist in residence
Michael Graham has teamed up with renowned Country Life artist Annie Tempest for a slightly more tongue-in-cheek campaign to promote our London marketing office. Watch the video to see Annie in action using her distinctive style to portray life for Londoners moving to the country.