At the heart of the Belgravia based independent consultancy sits a talented and charming trio: Andrew Quested and Grant Wellbelove, with over 60 years’ ‘unparalleled knowledge, passion and experience’ in Belgravia, Knightsbridge, Mayfair and Chelsea, and Grace Musson who uses over eight years’ experience to oversee the firm’s newly-launched, successful lettings operation. It’s been a good year with a solid performance in the prime property market. Wellbelove Quested has sold 25 per cent of all residential properties over £20 million in London’s most desirable postcodes. The team also won a Lonres award for the sale of a large detached family home in Holland Park for £24 million, as well as being crowned one of PrimeResi’s ‘Top 15 Boutique London Estate Agencies 2017’. Recent accolades are only the tip of the iceberg of the portfolio Wellbelove Quested has built up since its inception in 2007. Grant Wellbelove’s most memorable acquisition was a Grade II listed detached mansion sitting on an acre near Hyde Park Corner: ‘Probably one of the most iconic houses in London, built in 1811 with a carriage driveway’. Andrew Quested recalls a request to find a house within a 30-minute boat ride on the tidal Thames of Cadogan pier in Chelsea, ‘with enough land for a few horses’. He acquired a property within the curtilage of Syon Park, the London home of the Duke of Northumberland, also depicted in one of William Turner’s paintings.