London’s most central districts have a lot on offer for both, a property investor and the local tenant, at the same time, however, the area also comes with a price tag probably just as big.
The centre of London includes the boroughs of Westminster, Islington , the City, Holborn, Chelsea, Southwark, Lambeth, Shoreditch, Marylebone and St Pancras as well as part of Camden.
Once you’ve gotten used to all the tourist and giant office buildings, you’ll soon realise that there is so much more to discover in the capital’s most central region with its dynamic and vibrant culture.
Property in Central London is, of course, more expensive than in most other areas in the city. From terraced or town house to Georgian or Victorian and the odd warehouse apartment, Central London offers the perfect property for everyone. As long as you can afford the bill.
Central London is, however, not only a paradise on earth for property enthusiasts. The city offers the best of the best and widest range available for most worldly things one can imagine.
From fashion to theatre and museum, the city offer plenty of choice to make sure everyone will find their perfect fit.
And getting around the centre is as easy as you’d think. The tube is served by an incredible number of stations that bring you from A to B in the fast way, giving all traffic jams a miss.
And those who like to stay out rather late might have just found another reason to love the city. Last year, the Tfl (Transport for London) finally introduced night tubes on some of its lines, connecting the city at all times of the day. And night.
Central London really competes in a class of its own when it comes to property. Whilst the city’s most central boroughs come with so much culture and adventure, they also come with a rather significant price tag, making buying property in London a tough business for most investors.
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