Today, Thursday 1st February 2024 and we have been asked to help find the Holy Grail of homes. An affordable Unique Property in London. What do you fancy? A £230,000 “unique home” or a £1,000,000 ”pleasant 2-bed tower-block micro-box” dwelling? Having been lucky enough to work in this world renowned city ourselves, it has sensory overload written on so much of what the city is all about. But in spite of being redolent with amazing places to see and visit, almost always within the first three sentences that follow is that age-old curse… “Please make the Unique Property you find for me affordable.” 400 miles to the north in my Weegie-land birthplace, we have an expression: “Aye Right.” Translated, that means… “See that flock of purple elephants flying by 🟣🦅🐘🐘🐘🦅🟣.” Nope you don’t. Because like an “affordable house” in London, the purple elephants do not exist. BUT we are always up for a challenge. So here is our solution. You can live between luxurious Chelsea and Kensington, commuting across our favourite ever rolly-moat footbridge: and have great views from a truly Unique Home built in 2006. Your base HQ is at the none-too-shabby “Imperial Wharf” between Chelsea and Kensington. All for the bargain price of £230,000. Whilst around you are £950,000 to £5,000,000 “comparable home” footprint sized dwellings. In answer to our friend in London: maybe think laterally and live afloat for a few years. Here is what we found for you:

I am not sure if this will work, but well worth a go. It is the Google 3D interactive mapping system. BUT instead of cars or cycles with the Google 3D system on their car roof, or cycle helmet~cam, this system is on a ship sailing Imperial Wharf. This looks like a great way to explore London: (Click on the map-photo to navigate around )…,-0.1806176,3a,75y,5.67h,93.28t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sIwLlykEzXzdwFUT4vRmWcA!2e0!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en-gb&entry=ttu