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It was originally known as Halls Place, but when Margaret Hall married Richard Cooke in the late 16th Century, the name was changed. The subject of several Country Life articles, Cooke’s House has beautiful stone elevations with stone mullions, a stone gabled porch with ball finials and brick quoins , under a Horsham slab and tiled roof. The exquisite formal gardens, which include a number of outside “rooms”, were laid out by Gertrude Jekyll.

The property is set in a wonderful position on the southern fringe of the unspoilt Conservation village with lovely views towards the South Downs, and is about 4.5 miles south of Pulborough and 6 miles from Petworth. FPDSavills and Strutt & Parker announced their instruction to sell Endsleigh on behalf of the Endsleigh Fishing Club and the Endsleigh Charitable Trust in September. The chronic lack of supply in the prime markets will support values where FPDSavills Research see prices rising by between 4% and 6% in 2004.

In the West End take-up was 49% down on trend, while in the City it was 31% below the long term trend.While the vacancy rates in the West End, City and Docklands submarkets are some way off their early 1990’s peaks, there are no indications in any of these markets that the vacancy rate had peaked by the middle of this year. Looking ahead we see no prospect of a recovery in rental growth until the vacancy rate has peaked. In both the City and the West End this looks likely to be reached at some point in 2004.

After that point the rate of recovery in rents is unlikely to be strong because of the level of oversupply, particularly in the City of London. Our latest forecast is for a 3.5% recovery in rents in the West End in 2004 and a further 9.5% fall in the City. Total take-up in the M25 market area was 1.5 million sq ft during the first half of 2003.  On an annualised basis, this year this is 49% below the 10-year average and 14% below take-up for 2002.  The Western Sector took an increasing share, accounting for 65% of the total.