Sale, Acquisition, Lettings and Management of properties in England

LondonDom is an independent boutique real estate consultancy based in central London and specialising in the sale, acquisition and management of properties in the most sought after residential areas of central London. We offer a full spectrum of property services aimed primarily at international home buyers and tenants. When we started many of our clients were (and probably still are) from Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine, and ‘Dom' means ‘home, house' in Russian. However over the years our client base has became made up of many other nationalities. 

LondonDom was established in 2004 by George Shishkovsky as an independent practice providing an individually tailored and discreet service to purchasers of residential properties at the middle to top end of the residential market. We have been involved with a number of significant sales both in London and outside. 

LondonDom is an appointed agent by some of the most prestigious and also some niche developers, including Berkeley Homes, St George, St James, Barratt, Mount Anvil, Redrow and others. We helped them to launch and market their developments and projects internationally. 

Our Services

New Build
Property management
Full support during conveyancing
Non-resident mortgages
Introductions to tax and immigration specialists
Property management
Renovations and interior designers
Area: 2,066ft2
Price: £5,499,000
Bedrooms: 3 bed
Area: 1,664ft2
Price: £4,500,000
Bedrooms: 3 bed
Area: 873ft2
Price: £1,200,000
Bedrooms: 2 bed
Area: 804ft2
Price: £935,000
Bedrooms: 2 bed
Area: 851ft2
Price: £880,000
Bedrooms: 2 bed
Area: 1,934ft2
Price: £2,200,000
Bedrooms: 3 bed
Area: 613ft2
Price: £1,150,000
Bedrooms: 1 bed
Area: 1,747ft2
Price: £1,950,000
Bedrooms: 3 bed
Area: 1,923ft2
Price: £1,895,000
Bedrooms: 4 bed
Area: 879ft2
Price: Guide Price £799,000
Bedrooms: 2 bed
Area: 1,650ft2
Price: From £2,450,000
Bedrooms: 3 bed
Area: 869ft2
Price: From £1,000,000
Bedrooms: 2 bed


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