Bayswater

Bayswater is an area of Central London and it’s fancy to live in this area of the reason, because you can call Hyde Park your back garden. In area you can see a gorgeous townhouse with a Victorian stucco terrace. The property ranges from very expensive apartments to small studio flats. Area is served by three major Tube lines - District, Circle and Central, but for a weekend or a holiday have the option of Paddington Rail Station to the north and Victoria and associated coach station to the south. See more...

Notting Hill

Notting Hill is an area in London, close to Kensington Gardens, Portobello Market also during summer well known place for the annual Notting Hill Carnival. When you just came and looking to rent studio in London it’s very important to stay central and have convenient transport links to all parts of city by bus, tube or car. Property ranges in Notting Hill starts from studio, one-bedroom flats or even spacious family homes with fewer floors. See more...

Paddington

Paddington is part of Westminster and therefore benefits from being extremely close to the city center, in addition to excellent transportation links to the rest of the country. The area is known for being home to Paddington Station, designed by the celebrated engineer. In past years there was going on restoration works so Paddington became very popular for people why is looking to rent studio in London. See more...

Earl's Court

Earl’s Court is an area in London, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, also its home to the Earl’s Court Exhibition Centre, one of the country's largest indoor arenas and a popular concert venue. Earl’s Court once was a home for the king of rock Freddie Mercury, as well as being the current residence for several well knows celibates including Gary Barlow and John Borrowman. The streets with unique-looking four-to-five storey houses are perfect place where to stay, if you are looking for accommodation in London. See more...

West Kensington

West Kensington is an area on the western edge of Central London primarily located within Hammersmith and Fulham Borough. It’s primarily a residential area consisting mainly of Victorian terraced houses, many of which are subdivided in lovely studio flats. Very convenient to access West End, Heathrow Airport also area is known as home to the Olympia Exhibition Centre. See more...

Hammersmith & Fulham

Hammersmith & Fulham and is one of the busiest places in the capital, where residents are always certain to be able to find something going on. Transport link is one of the best in city; because you can easily access 4 tube lines District, Piccadilly, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City lines. Area is home for HMW Hammersmith Apollo – where you can see some of the world’s famous acts. See more...

South Kensington

South Kensington is very respectable, because neighbouring the equally affluent centres of Knightsbridge, Chelsea and Kensington, South Kensington covers some of the most exclusive real estate in the world. In area you can find several museums - Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum and Baden-Powell House. See more...

Chelsea

Chelsea is located in West London in the royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea and bonded to the River Thames. The majority of properties in the area are large houses or studio apartments, which are inhabited by urban professionals. In area you can find several tube stations which served by Circle, District and Piccadilly Line, also you have access to London River services by boats and ferries. See more...

Marylebone

Marylebone is in an area of London, which can be roughly defined as bounded by Oxford Street to the south, Marylebone Road to the north, Edgware Road to the west and Great Portland Street to the east. Due to its proximity to the middle of the city, the area is more than perfectly served by an abundance of bus and taxi services that will take you wherever you desire locally. A broader definition designates the historic area as Marylebone Village and encompasses neighbouring Regent’s Park, Baker Street, Dorset Square and St John’s Wood. See more...

Pimlico

Pimlico is a small area in Central London, City of Westminster. Area offers a stylish, central location for those who don't wish to pay Belgravia prices and stay in area which is known for its grand garden squares and impressive Regency architecture. Tall white stucco buildings divided into lovely apartments and studio flats. Majority you will able to enjoy a quiet life, there is just few busy streets. Pimlico offers good transport link: near Victoria Rail and Underground station, River Service and also Pimlico station. See more...

Bloomsbury

Bloomsbury is an area developed by the Russell family into a fashionable residential area with green space, beautiful statues and gardens. Even now it’s still a culture centre as it was hundred years ago. This centrally located neighbourhood boasts many of London's top attractions such as the British Museum, shopping on Oxford Street, the bright lights of Theatre land, Soho, Holborn and Covent Garden. The area is still popular with students and various wealthy residents. See more...

Euston

Euston has transformed from village to cultural centre with museums, art galleries and the office of The Guardian newspaper. Just around the corner you can find Regent's Park is a huge, thriving green expanse in the heart of the capital. The park's a worthy attraction in itself, and if you're visiting the zoo or theatre, do make sure you take a couple of hours out to explore the elegant surroundings. Transport connection is perfect, because you can easily access Euston, Euston Square and King’s Cross St. Pancras station. See more...

Swiss Cottage

Swiss Cottage is one of the nicest are in North-West London, just around the corner you have Camden. When we are speaking about transport and accessibility to other areas and central London, you'll very fast Jubilee line, which serves Bond Street, Green Park, Westminster and London Bridge, among others. If you are working in and around Canary Wharf and looking to rent studio in London there will be no doubt be thrilled with the 25-minute Tube journey and even without changes. See more...

West Hampstead

This is an affluent area and one of the good reasons for this definitely is the excellence access to trains, buses and the Tube – this is also reason why in area mainly live young professionals, why works in city. When you are new in capital and looking to rent studio in London, you need to check not just standard tube lines, but also pay attention to West Hampstead Thameslink - which provides convenient access to the heart of the capital but also perfect services to Luton and even you can go to Brighton. See more...

Hampstead

Hampstead, commonly known as Hampstead Village, is an affluent area of London. Area is known in the capital for its intellectual, liberal, artistic, musical and literary roots, which could make it the perfect place for people why wish to fill their life with culture. Also you can enjoy Hampstead Heath a large, hilly expanse of parkland. Hampstead has some of the most expensive housing in the London area, which has more millionaires within its boundaries than any other area of the United Kingdom. See more...

Chiswick

Chiswick is located on a meander of the River Thames, having good bus, underground and rail link to Central London and several fabulous residential properties the area became a popular for professionals and parents with small children. There are several things to see in and around Chiswick, including the magnificence of Kew Royal Botanical Gardens with stunning floral landscape. See more...

Queen's Park

This is the area which is located between Kilburn and Kensal Green. This are was started to develop in early 1875. The north half of Queen's Park originally developed by the man developer, called Solomon Barnett, who has developed much of Kilburn area. Queen's Park area is a park with an area of 30 acres - 120.000 m2. A Salusbury Road increasing pubs,nshops, cafes, restaurants. The Queen's Park has a Farmers' Market. Where operates on usually Sunday mornings in Salusbury Primary School grounds on Salusbury Road. People come from across NW London to buy locally grown/produced products. See more...