Two more of the properties we are marketing have been picked up by the national press. Both listings were published at Mail Online, one of the largest English-language newspaper websites in the world with 188 million unique browsers.
Featured were a two bedroom penthouse at The Jam Factory in London’s Bermondsey, and a converted church in Gravesley in Berkshire.
The Jam Factory was included in a wider article about the UK’s converted Victorian industrial buildings that also mentioned other former factories in Kent and Yorkshire. We wrote a recent blog about the remarkable evolution of the area around Bermondsey Square and the southern end of Tower Bridge Road, and how that transformation was kicked off by the conversion of the Hartley’s Jam factory into one of the best loft developments in London.
The converted church in Berkshire, meanwhile, got an article all to itself. With exclamations like “heavens above!” and “the answer to your property prayers”, no (grave?)stone was left unturned in digging up ecclesiastical puns. Indeed, it could be said the church is the very embodiment of a religious conversion.
We’re working hard at the moment to get the unique homes we’re marketing featured in as many places as possible; a job made slightly easier by the fact that every property we’ve got has a newsworthy quality.
So, as they say in the biz, watch this space!