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Published on: 31 Mar 2017 by arnoldweber112

Best places in London to live

Whether you have a young family and you’re looking for a
spacious property to live in, or you’re a single young business man or woman
looking to start your career in the city, there are a huge number of reasons
why you might want to choose London. However, the size of the city means that
some areas are better to live in than others and, depending on your budget, you
will find that some of these are some of the most sought after areas to live in
the country! Here, we’re breaking down some of the best places to live in
London by area.

North London

Without a doubt North London has some of the most popular
areas to live in London, but many of these such as Camden (North-West),
Primrose Hill, Islington and Marylebone come with exceptionally high prices.
However, if you’re looking for somewhere a little bit more affordable, then
turn to Kentish Town. Kentish Town made the cut as one of the best places in
London to live for the first time in 2016, and it’s no surprise considering the
blend of rock and roll and gentility in the area. With indie openings, and
artsy areas Kentish Town really is a great option whether you have children or
you’re looking for a room share.

West London and
Central London

Located in West Central, is the affluent area of Mayfair.
While you’re going to need a huge budget to afford a property in this
particular area, if you can afford it, it is more than worth it. While many of
the people who own properties in Mayfair are only there for part of the year,
the open spaces and a surprising amount of younger residents are the perfect
reason to move there. If you are considering a property in the area, then you
can take your time when viewing properties by staying in some of the Mayfair serviced apartments, so you can
really take your time to get to know the area.

South London

The majority of the areas in South London are actually quite
new, and a lot of the time you will get a lot more space for less money than
you will in some of the other areas. Some of the best places to live in South
London include Wimbledon, Brixton and Clapham. While you may be a little
further out of Central London than you might want, the money that you can save
will be worth it. On top of this, areas such as Clapham and Brixton always have
plenty to do, whether you’re looking for bars, restaurants or music venues.

East London

If you’re looking for a hipster, laid-back environment for
you to live then East London is the perfect choice. Whether you’re a fan of
nightlife, or you simply want to mix with a whole range of different people,
then Shoreditch is one of the best options. It was one of the biggest upcoming
areas in London last year and this year is set to see Shoreditch rising even
higher as one of the best areas for people to live in London. One of the
biggest benefits about Shoreditch is that it’s far enough away from Central
London to avoid the huge prices and busy city, but close enough to commute in
for work or a day out. Quite simply, Shoreditch is one of the trendiest areas
in London, and with a constant supply of exciting things to do, you are certain
to never be bored there.

 

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