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Winkworth West End's 20th Birthday

On the 23rd September 1993 we opened our doors on New Oxford Street for the very first time. We will now have been selling and letting properties across Bloomsbury, Covent Garden, Soho and Fitzrovia and Clerkenwell from our New Oxford Street office for twenty years. West End office director Charles Peerless opened the West End office in 1993, trading under the Winkworth Brand. In the last twenty years countless properties have been successfully sold and let by us across the West End and Clerkenwell areas and as a result opened a second office in Clerkenwell in order to manage business. To this end we have recruited a number of experts in both the local area and international Far East Asian market in order to provide the best service for our clients. We believe our continued success and repeat business demonstrates the loyalty of our clients and bears testimony to the quality of our service. Today, while our objective of providing excellent customer service and expert advice hasn’t changed, we’re proud to be part of the ever expanding West End market and are constantly developing to the changing environment of the West End property market.

On the 23rd September 1993 we opened our doors on New Oxford Street for the very first time. We will now have been selling and letting properties across Bloomsbury, Covent Garden, Soho and Fitzrovia and Clerkenwell from our New Oxford Street office for twenty years.

West End office director Charles Peerless opened the West End office in 1993, trading under the Winkworth Brand. In the last twenty years countless properties have been successfully sold and let by us across the West End and Clerkenwell areas and as a result opened a second office in Clerkenwell in order to manage business.

To this end we have recruited a number of experts in both the local area and international Far East Asian market in order to provide the best service for our clients. We believe our continued success and repeat business demonstrates the loyalty of our clients and bears testimony to the quality of our service.

Today, while our objective of providing excellent customer service and expert advice hasn’t changed, we’re proud to be part of the ever expanding West End market and are constantly developing to the changing environment of the West End property market.

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