Find your perfect next home with the help of our experienced property agents.

Make your next move with Wilkinson Byrne

We recognise that buying a property is one of the most important and expensive transactions most of us make. That’s why we’re here to support you each step of the way.

Our database features hundreds of properties and we are sure that with our local knowledge and expertise, we will be able to find you a property to suit your needs, be it a straightforward move or a ‘Buy to Let’ investment.


Visit our offices.

You’ll find our offices in Bounds Green N11 and Turnpike Lane N15. Unlike a lot of estate agents we aren’t a franchise, so both offices work in unison to help you view properties across all the areas of north London we cover.

Wilkinson Byrne
8 Turnpike Parade
Green Lanes
London, N15 3EA


8 Turnpike Parade, Green Lanes, London, N15 3EA

Wilkinson Byrne
3 Latham Court
Brownlow Road
Bounds Green
London, N11 2ES

Bounds Green

3 Latham Court, Brownlow Road, London, N11 2ES

Buyer FAQs.

Find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions buyers have when finding a property for sale. If you don’t see the answer to your property buying query below, please get in touch.

Which areas of north London do you cover?

Our offices are situated in Bounds Green and Haringey, but we also cover the Wood Green, Hornsey, Harringay, Alexandra Palace, Tottenham, Arnos Grove, Bowes Park, Southgate, New Southgate, Palmers Green and Friern Barnet areas of north London.

Do I need a mortgage in principle to start viewing properties?

While it isn’t required it is definitely advisable to help speed up your house buying process. It gives you a clear indication of what is affordable and the fact that you have a mortgage agreed in principle is also attractive to sellers.

How much Stamp Duty will I pay?

You must pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) if you buy a property or land over a certain price in England. This tax applies to both freehold and leasehold properties, whether you’re buying outright or with a mortgage.

The current SDLT threshold for residential properties is £250,000. If you buy a property for less than this threshold there is no SDLT to pay, unless you are purchasing as a buy-to-let or second home, where different rates apply.

Above the £250,000 threshold there are graduated bands of SDLT rates. You can calculate how much Stamp Duty you will have to pay using the government Stamp Duty Calculator.

First-time buyers

If you and anyone else you’re purchasing with are first-time buyers and the property is £625,000 or under, you should qualify for a discount:

  • You will pay no stamp duty at all up to £425,000
  • And 5% on the portion from £425,001 to £625,000

However, if the property price is over £625,000 you cannot claim the discount and you will follow the same Stamp Duty rules as those who have bought a home before.