Life must not only be Lived, It must be Enjoyed

In Luxurious lifestyle our lives are so often made of routines that any time we can celebrate the specialness of life or acknowledge the beauty of nature or the creativity of man is well worth whatever effort it takes.

In luxurious lifestyle  a vase of flowers, a candle, a dinner party, a museum, a garden, a trip to the beach, an exquisite picture frame discovered in a thrift store, a crystal glass of exceptional whiskey–these are not the glamourized flights of self indulgence known to the past, instead, they are the new valued investments of today, treats to our well-being, and an intentional celebration of the beauty and joy in all that surrounds us. This is the mantra of new luxury: Life must not only be lived, it must be enjoyed. It must be wholeheartedly embraced. It must be worth it. In Luxurious lifestyle Traditionally prominent addresses and prized ZIP codes are no longer the defining baseline concept for luxury homes. HNWIs are expanding the borders of traditional luxury locales, and are willing to pay a premium in emerging luxury areas if the amenities and lifestyle offerings are right.  In luxurious lifestyle the evolution of high-end commercial real estate is also driving this phenomenon.

 “As certain areas of London become more accepted (The City, Battersea, Vauxhall, White City/Hammersmith, Earls Court, Shoreditch), we are finding domestic and international purchasers more open to areas traditionally outside their comfort zone. This is due to gentrification driven by increased residential development and improved infrastructure.”

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