James Winchester Posted September 8, 2016 Share Posted September 8, 2016 Henrow & Ethel Located just off the Strand, this was the most famous land agent in London, known for its discretion. Master Farlow, a man dressed in black with a white lace collar, sat behind a ledger, making notes with a large quill. The room was filled with books and one or two scrolls, all neatly stacked onto bookshelves. A map of London hung prominently on the wall with little pins stuck into them. Whether or not Henrow and Ethel would be able to help him was a matter yet to be seen. They were real estate agents of the highest degree, and he was looking for property in one of the poorest areas of London. Then again, they had been able to help him with the building for the Free Clinic and the premesis he sought this time were rather larger, so who knew? Stepping from his coach and into the agent's office, Baron Wentwood paused for the clerk to notice him. He was dressed today in a green and cream ensemble, with understated hints of gold embroidery enhancing the brocade pattern. "A good day to you." He greeted the clerk. "James Winchester, Baron Wentwood. I had the pleasure of doing business with your office over a year ago now, and I'm hoping you'll be able to bring your expertise to bear once again." Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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