Housing Crisis, Real Estate Market

Nick Millican Reveals a Stunning Entrant to London’s Real Estate Market

Every so often, a surprise lands on your doorstep. Real estate expert Nick Millican believes this year’s most surprising London real estate listing has been revealed. Hampstead’s Frognal Rise House has been listed on the London real estate market for the first time in 86 years. 


The Grade II listed building has been owned by the same family since 1937 and is available for $11 million concerning the current conditions of the real estate market. Nick Millican has been working at the high-end of London’s real estate market and believes in few properties.


This, such as Frognal Rise House, will rarely appear on the real estate market. The property is of historical importance for multiple reasons. The property has remained largely untouched since the 1930s (Twitter).


This, with architect Marshall N Inman mixing architectural styles. The home’s interior was decorated by its former owner, the artist Angela Latham. Nick Millican informs that Latham was a successful painter and illustrator who painted murals based on historic poems as murals on the walls of the lower levels. 


Angela Latham’s husband, Peter, was a successful music professor who made his way to MI5 during World War Two. Frognal Rise House’s history is one of the reasons for the excitement of real estate professionals, including Nick Millican. The house remained in the Latham family for three generations before it was recently listed for sale.