About Us.

Since 1996, Unique Property Company has sold and rented some of London’s most unusual, esoteric and alternative homes,
in every single borough and from £200,000 – £20,000,000, and from £250 – £15,000 per week.

Unique Agency.

It’s time to forget everything you think, know or despair about regular estate agency. Leave it all behind right now and turn your thoughts instead to sharp focus, design-conscious marketing, persuasive penmanship, and a capable confidant at your side.

Unique Advantages.

By showing your home to people actively seeking unique property, you’ll have far less wasted viewings and far less daily disruption than from conventional estate agency.  This concentration of type often results in multiple offers, from the cream of the crop of buyers.

Unique Audience.

People like you, seeking property like yours: it’s really as simple as that. People for whom location location location is rarely a rule by which they live, and one they are proud to ignore. People searching for something else that’s someplace else, and that’s where they find us.

Unique Attention.

Your story, your life and your move are as central to us as your home; just like they are for you. Getting to know your hopes and plans, as well as the place where you live, helps us make your viewings chime. Truly are similar people drawn to each other: so it pays to have a tale to tell, to make the sale (without the sell).

Unique Exposure.

Unlike most estate agency websites, ours often spawns more enquiries than Rightmove, neatly revealing the limitations of the portals and the alternative marketplace for unique property. Further proof lies in 6,000 subscribers to Unique Perspective: our digital despatch with industry-leading open rates.

Unique Recognition.

The Telegraph listed Unique Property Company in its Top 20 Small Estate Agents in Britain with the line “This company found a niche – one-off properties – and dominates it”. Not that referring to ourselves in the third person is our thing, but if temptation ever arose, it would be hard to do any better.