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Properties for sale - London by Area

“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford."
Samuel Johnson (8.09.1709 – 13.12.1784)


Mayfair is an area of central London. While the district is now mainly commercial, there remains a substantial quantity of residential property as well as some exclusive designer shops and London's largest concentration of deluxe hotels. There are luxurious streets like Bond Street, known for its celebrity clientele and for the presence of gourmet chefs’ restaurants such as Gordon Ramsay’s.

 

Westminster is at the very centre of London history. Big Ben, The House of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and St. James’s Park speak for themselves.

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Covent Garden is an area famous for its fashionable boutiques, hotels, street performers, bars, restaurants, theatres, musicals, the Royal Opera House and the London Coliseum. Surrounded by Theatreland, in the heart of London's West End, it is recognised as London's premier entertainment and leisure district. It includes Soho, lively and full of restaurants, clubs and pubs of every kind. Within Soho there is one of the most famous piazzas in London: Piccadilly Circus.

 

The City, a business district located in central London, is the largest financial district in Europe. It is next to Bank, an evolving area where the beautiful St. Paul’s Cathedral can be found.

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Clerkenwell is a fashionable residential area in the London Borough of Islington. The watch making and watch repairing trades were once of great importance here. Clerkenwell was once known as London's "Little Italy" because of the large number of Italians living in the area from the 1850s until the 1960s.

 

Bloomsbury is an area with elegant colonial houses, universities, and museums of international importance.

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Regents Park is an elegant central area, with terraced houses that overlook the park.

 

Marylebone, centrally located, is famous for Madame Tussaud's Museum and the Planetarium.

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Bayswater is a very cosmopolitan area of ​​London, loved by the Americans, which has a unique mix of stylish and trendy property. In its immediate vicinity there is Paddington, a residential area full of restaurants and pubs, right close to Hyde Park. In Paddington there is a large railway station with direct trains to Heathrow Airport.

 

Hyde Park area consists of elegant semi-detached houses and design apartments that surround the majestic park.

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South Kensington is a distinctively elegant part of London, a museum mile with the triumvirate of world famous museums: the V&A, the Science Museum, and the Natural History Museum. The surrounding area is now one of the most fashionable in town. Besides aristocratic mansions and the presence of royalty in Kensington Palace, the village of Kensington contains in its quieter back streets some hidden gems like Holland Park and Leighton House, the perfect Victorian artist’s pad. Nearby there is Earls Court, a cosmopolitan area well-known for its large Earls Court Exhibition Centre, a destination for major international exhibitions.

 

Pimlico is an elegant area, surrounded by beautiful gardens and important buildings of great architectural value.

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Battersea is an inner-city district of South West London. It is known for its decommissioned coal-fired Power Station, located on the south bank of the River Thames. Two stations were built to an identical design, providing the well-known four-chimney layout that has become one of the symbols of London. Battersea is surrounded by elegant period buildings and beautiful gardens such as Battersea Park.

 

Chelsea is an exclusive area, famous for its Georgian and Victorian buildings, full of trendy restaurants and upscale boutiques. Every year it hosts the Chelsea Flower Show.

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Fulham is a district teeming with shops and restaurants. It is a very green area close to Stamford Bridge, Chelsea’s legendary stadium.

 

Notting Hill is a fashionable district of London with its rows of stately homes, beautiful gardens, and prestigious antique shops. Famous for Portobello Market. In its vicinity there is Ladbroke Grove, a beautiful residential area.

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Maida Vale is a residential area with beautiful houses. The presence of two canals has made it known as Little Venice.

St John's Wood is an area with many beautiful Victorian townhouses and luxury apartments, well-
known for Abbey Road recording studios made famous by the Beatles.

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Primrose Hill is a prestigious residential area, surrounded by parks. Celebrities such as Brad Pitt, Madonna and Johnny Depp own properties here.

 

Hampstead is a prestigious district topped by the beautiful Hampstead Heath, from where you can see the whole of London. This is one of London’s most popular open spaces, situated just six kilometres from Trafalgar Square. An island of beautiful countryside, the magic of Hampstead Heath lies in its rich wildlife and extensive sports and recreational opportunities.

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Camden is a busy inner northern district of London. Its heart lies in Camden Town, a neighbourhood known for its market and its colourful nightlife. In addition, Camden is home to three of the most important railway stations in London: King's Cross, St. Pancras and Euston. Camden Town is loved by musical legends such as Amy Winehouse, who owned a property in Camden Square, where she lived for a while. Nearby there is King’s Cross, an area of ever-growing cultural interest, which is home to the British Library and the big train and metro station.

 

Islington is a trendy district where stars of the caliber of Guy Ritchie live. It is full of places where you can listen to live music, and is famous for its unique Georgian streets and squares.

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Canary Wharf is a new and growing financial and commercial area.

 

Docklands is a large fast-growing area of London.

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South Bank: The London Southbank is one of the areas of the city that is popular with tourists due to the amazing number of famous venues, things to do, and general entertainment available along this incredibly scenic walk along the Thames. From the London Eye to the Tate Modern, the area is loaded with important London names. Bordered by Borough on the east, Lambeth to the south and Westminster to the north, South Bank sits right in the centre of London action. One of the largest train stations of the city is located in Waterloo, within the district.

 

Brixton is an area full of energy, very creative and frequented by young artists and intellectuals. There are many clubs.

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Greenwich is a picturesque district, architecturally and historically interesting. It is surrounded by green areas. Here you can find the O2 Arena where great concerts take place.

 

Putney is a very green area with a variety of beautiful houses and chic restaurants.

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Kew is a gorgeous area located near the river, famous for the Kew Gardens. The sophisticated and attractive Chiswick district is in its vicinity.

 

Richmond is a residential area on the Thames, full of parks and elegant villas inhabited by stars such as Mick Jagger.

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Wimbledon is a beautiful residential district with well-maintained green areas. It hosts the famous Wimbledon tennis tournament.

 


 
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