Full Partner, Head of International Strategy
Christies International Real Estate
Strutt & Parker is the exclusive UK affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate.
As the sole UK affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, Strutt & Parker is uniquely placed to attract the most active and affluent overseas buyers.
Excellence all round
Christie's International Real Estate is an invitation-only network of 143 companies in 46 countries specialising in $1m+ property and exceptional service for high net worth clients. Like us, every affiliate is dedicated to providing unparalleled client care through the highest standards of professionalism and discretion.
Access to key markets
We rank as one of the largest affiliates in a network spanning Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Americas, the Caribbean, Australasia and Africa. Through this network, we can showcase UK properties to buyers in key wealth capitals such as New York, Hong Kong, Moscow, Paris, Geneva and Dubai. What's more, we're in the best position to give expert advice on buying and selling internationally.
A showcase like no other
Through the network, Strutt & Parker properties can now be seen in all the right places:
- On christiesrealestate.com - the leading international luxury property website visited 306,000 times monthly by 213,000 unique visitors
- In the 80,000 copies of Christie's International Real Estate magazine distributed quarterly
- In up to 1,200 affiliate offices in 46 countries
- In the property showcase on christies.com, which generates over 6,000 click-throughs a month
- In Christie's auction houses around the globe
Expert art advice
Working with a wholly owned subsidiary of Christie's also gives us a relationship with the world's leading art business. Christie's is a name that speaks of extraordinary art, exceptional service and international glamour - an exclusive and popular showcase for the unique and the beautiful. The expertise on offer through our partnership will prove invaluable when it comes to receiving advice on fine art and antiques.
Below you can search the world’s most desired luxury properties...
For information or to request a brochure please contact Lulu Egerton on 0207 225 3866 or 07966 401432
Parc Le D'Anfa - Casablanca, Morocco
Ideally nestled in the heights of Casablanca's most exclusive neighbourhood, Parc D'Anfa is an exceptional Palace that blends, in a sumptuous artistic marriage, the most lavish Moroccan traditional architectural influences with contemporary features, in the heart of Morocco’s economic capital. // €70,000,000
Casa Palapa - Punta Minitas, Dominican Republic
While located at the heart of the Casa de Campo resort, the sense of ease and seclusion at Casa Palapa is palpable; the three-acre peninsular, stretching out into the Caribbean Sea, offers wonderful vistas that compound the magic of this property. // €16,500,000
Houghton - Johannesburg, South Africa
This is a fabulous, private family home. Built to absorb its surroundings with its curved walls encompassing the 3,965 sq m of meticulous landscaped gardens. As well as your own private palm lined pool there is a relaxation area fit with a bonsai garden, a zen garden and a koi pond. Also within the grounds there is a gym, 3 staff quarters and a guard house. // R19.7M
Hope Lodge & Little Lodge - Bequia
A beautiful estate housing two independent properties, currently being offered as one (but can be purchased separately), overlooking Hope Bay, one of the most remote and unspoilt beaches in the Grenadines. // $6,500,000
Glin Castle - County Limerick, Ireland
A romantic castellated mansion with superb interiors and enjoying a glorious setting within some 380 acres of parkland. Benefiting from being superbly positioned overlooking the Shannon estuary on the periphery of the attractive Glin village and is less than one hour’s drive to Limerick city centre and Shannon International airport. // €6,500,000
Villa Alfard - Marrakech, Morocco
This is a beautiful villa in Marrakech with its palm tree lined swimming pool and luxurious scented gardens. The villa typically surrounds a court yard in the middle of the property and has ornate detailing throughout. This property covers a huge 25,000 sq m and is close to the Circuit do la Palmeraie. // €4,500,000
La Forge du Roy - Dordogne, France
A romantic and beautifully renovated traditional Dordogne limestone chartreuse and domaine full of charming original features. The property is set in its grounds of 180 acres with a steam that runs through it, and includes a lake for fishing, a large guest house, guardian’s cottage, two further cottages and a pool. // €3,500,000
Chateau de la Pichardiere - Chavignes 37120, Richelieu, France
This is a beautiful property of 241 hectares with a small 18th century castle. It boasts all the facilities for high-level equestrian use including stables and stud farms, as well as training and preparation of racing horses. // €3,250,000
Tourette Sur Loup - Provence-Alpes-Cote D'Azue, France
This stunning villa is surrounded by an acre of private grounds with a heated outdoor swimming pool and a pool house. Beautifully decorated, it includes 4 bedrooms opening onto large terraces all with fantastic panoramic sea views. // €1,630,000
Maillane House - Saint-Remy-De-Provence, France
Located between the villages of Maillane and Eyragues, and a ten minutes’ drive from Saint Rémy de Provence, this provincial farmhouse has been completely renovated with exquisite taste. Its central location in a beautiful and relaxing setting gives the property an unrivalled charm. // €1,450,000
Chateau nr Angouleme - Cognac, France
Only ten minutes from Angouleme this splendid architect designed house of 314 m² resides in 4-5 hectares of parkland adjoined by 5-6 hectares of woodland. Built in traditional Charentaise stone, this wonderful house features reclaimed oak beams and salvaged stone fireplaces. // €630,000
Vista Villa - Teliko, Corfu, Greece
The property enjoys a position that benefits from a breath taking view across the gulf of Gouvia to Dassia and Corfu Town. Totalling 5,381 square feet, the interior space provides four bedrooms and generously proportioned entertaining areas filled with abundant natural light. // Price on application
Gucci Penthouse - Fifth Avenue, New York
The bronze-coloured-glass Olympic Tower rises without setbacks on its south facade directly across 51st Street from St Patrick’s Cathedral, steps away from Rockefeller Centre, is clearly the finest residential location in Midtown. The Penthouse benefits from 28 full length floor-to-ceiling windows plus two magnificent staircases and private lift. // Price on application
Avenue Gabriel - Champs Elysees, Paris, France
This 19th century mansion of 6,458 sq ft (600 sq m) overlooks the “Parc Monceau” and possesses exceptional features for the area such as courtyard, gatehouse and garden. // Price on application
Atherfield - Darling Point, Sydney, Australia
With a fabulous spacious tropical garden, pool and loggia, this wonderful plantation-style house on Bennett Avenue is a highly versatile family address, designed for easy entertaining, both indoors and out. // Price on application
Darling Point - Sydney, Australia
Atherfeld takes pride of place on one of the most desirable streets on the Darling Point peninsula, just a brief drive from the heart of the Sydney CBD. Positioned within a dress-circle enclave, ‘Atherfeld’ is a testament to Victorian Gothic Revival architecture. // Price on application
Knowledge & research
Luxury Defined: An insight into the luxury residential property market
London tops research report outlining the trends that are shaping the luxury residential property market
A guide to natural capital and ecosystem services
Is the provision of ecosystem services going to be the next big opportunity for farmers and landowners? Dr Jason Beedell, partner in Strutt & Parker’s research department, explains the possibilities
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The pitfalls of farm diversification and how to avoid them
Diversification was once seen as the saving grace for many farmers. But recently a number of problems with the tactic have become apparent.
How can rural businesses fulfil their potential?
Unlocking the potential of rural businesses and estates is at the heart of what Strutt & Parker’s land management team delivers on behalf of its clients. Dr Jason Beedell, partner in Strutt & Parker’s research department, explains our involvement in a piece of new research on the challenges and opportunities