How we successfully acquired the Crown House deal with the renowned owners of a MNC!!Tulip Real Estate Team
Pleased to be able to crack and acquire the biggest deal with the founders of one of the most renowned multinational companies. The deal was signed and executed by the clients requesting for 13 apartments of our best preferred serviced apartments – The Crown House.
Super grateful and glad for Marc Goldberg and Together Money for assisting us throughout the deal closure process and for continuously being on the forefront of the acquisition. We are truly glad for your efforts in providing the funding for this deal.
Located in between the quaint English villages, The Crown House Estate is an exclusive private gated development within almost eight acres of charming, serene and mature landscaped grounds.
Farnham Common Village centre is under 5 minutes’ drive from Crown House and has everything you need within walking distance. A stunning market town with a lovely day and night social scene that has attracted the wealthy and famous for decades.
Crown house is also surrounded by marvellous attractions like racecourse, Cinema, Castle, etc.
The area is surrounded by fine dining restaurants. Located in its centre is the four star Burnham Beeches Hotel, with its AA Rosette restaurant. Short drives away are two Michelin restaurants Bray with Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck and the Roux brothers at The Waterside. The first gastro pub to hold two Michelin stars is Tom Kerridge’s The Hand and Flowers in Marlow serving award winning beers.
In Burnham near the Crown House there are established clubs for badminton, bowling, cricket, shooting, snooker, tennis and football. In the surrounding towns there is a wide selection of sporting and leisure facilities including boating and fishing.
Crown House consists of multiple open plan living areas. The theme for these spaces is high end luxury, contemporary living where space and natural light have been optimised. Key points we have considered are:
- Contemporary/ luxury style
- Maximising the natural light
- Practical needs