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About Allan Fuller Estate Agents
We are following Government guidelines and our team undergo regular testing and temperature checks, as well as wearing masks on appointments. We have stepped up our disinfecting routines and keep the office well ventilated
So we fully expect to be able to provide a full and extensive service to existing and new customers. If you are looking to purchase or rent a property, or have a property valued and assessed for sale or letting please do contact us. For our hundreds of tenants and landlords just get in touch in the normal way.
Latest Property News
Allan's May Market Update
This may over time begin to adjust due to the build-to-rent sector. Two large blocks under construction in Wandsworth where B&Q and Homebase were will bring a vast increase, it is certainly interesting that financial institutions are seeing this as a worthwhile area...
An Evening with William Shakespeare?
Unfortunately he is not able to come to Putney just now, but there is an opportunity for you to experience the next best thing.
Professor Peter Holland of The University of Notre Dame USA is one of the worlds leading authorities and he is giving an illustrated talk on The Bard's work and how it has been treated in film, and on stage.
It will be a fascinating evening and a very rare opportunity to hear from such a learned expert who makes his subject so enthralling.
For more information or to book: An Evening of Shakespeare on Film...
April QUIZ: Answer!
This Grade I Listed Georgian house not far from Putney was originally built as a hunting lodge for George II after he gained the throne in 1727, and what is its use since the mid 1950s?
The house was built as a hunting lodge for George II, built soon after his accession to the throne in 1727, and completed in 1730, later occupied by various royals and dignitaries.
Then in 1955, the Sadler's Wells Ballet School was granted the use of White Lodge on a permanent basis. The school was later granted a Royal Charter and became the Royal Ballet...