Moving to Fitztrovia

Located between Marylebone and Bloomsbury, the rather small area of Fitztrovia surely knows how to put itself on the map. Covering part of the W1 postcode, Fitztrovia really is THE place to be. Housing and Schools Houses are somewhat of a rare sight in Fitztrovia. The area is mainly filled with 1960s office blocks, art…

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Moving to Maida Vale

Situated to the West of Regent’s Park, Maida Vale has become a popular living choice for media and city professionals, successful musicians and their families. Surrounded by nature from every corner, Maida Vale is characterised by leafy streets, small squares and independent shops, offering a village-like atmosphere, in contrast to its proximity to central London.…

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Considering moving to Chiswick

Situated in the London Borough of Hounslow, West London (W1), Chiswick is an upper middle-class area, popular with both families and professionals. Chiswick town is an excellent West London area if you are considering to move in as it offers a combination of picturesque riverside locations, as well as a large choice of shops, entertainment…

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Living in Kensington

Part of The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Kensington is one of London’s most desirable areas of West London. With an array of private schools to choose from, popular parks, museums, shops, period houses and easy access to Central London, W8 and SW7 is THE place to live, if you can afford it! A…

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Notting Hill Lifestyle and Things To Do

Not only is the area and it’s offerings famous, but those who deign to live there are often among the upper echelon of celebrities like Jamie Oliver, Stella McCartney, Elton John and Claudia Schiffer. Could Notting Hill be your new Hollywood-esque hometown? PARKS: If you’re lucky enough to move to the Ladbroke Estate, you’ll be…

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