Howard de Walden Estate, which covers most of the buildings in 92 acres of Marylebone, has appointed Jackson-Stops as one of its four retained letting agents.
Over the past year, Camilla Foulger, associate director at the Mayfair branch, and her dedicated team have been working closely with The Estate and have now been given access to market a significant number of the Estate’s 800 residential properties.
The Estate valued its property portfolio at £4,427 million in 2018, and brought in £127.5 million in rental income last year.
Nick Butterworth, Chief Executive of Jackson-Stops London, commented: “We are extremely proud to be representing the Howard de Walden Estate. Despite not having a branch in Marylebone, our Mayfair lettings team has shown that they can apply their strong prime central London expertise to produce excellent results. This shows our agents are true experts across the wider London market, as well as in their patches, and are able to apply their years of expertise and knowledge to maximise returns for our clients. The Estate’s portfolio ranges from studio apartments to mews houses, and we are looking forward to continuing to support the Estate’s strategy for enhancing this wonderful area of London.”