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Notting Hill

NOTTING HILL / LADBROKE GROVE

At its best
– Lively, eclectic neighbourhood around Portobello Road
– Large family houses with private communal gardens, particularly West of Ladbroke Grove
– Hip shopping and drinking around Westbourne Grove
– Edgy and unique atmosphere
– HIGHLIGHTS: Kensington Park Gardens; Dawson Place; the Lansdownes

At its worst
– Large amounts of council housing, particularly to the North and East
– Portobello Road can be a nightmare, particularly on market days

General Price Guide
Flats: £1000 p/sq ft – £2500 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1500 p/ sq ft – £3500 p/ sq ft

Pimlico

PIMLICO

At its best
– Moments from Chelsea and Belgravia but at significant discounts
– ‘Pimlico Grid’ has grand and beautiful stucco fronted architecture
– Quiet residential streets with many great flats
– Excellent public transport – tube, train and bus
– HIGHLIGHTS: Ecclestone and Warwick Squares; Pimlico Grid

At its worst
– ‘Pimlico Grid’ is small and quality drops off quickly around it
– Large areas of council flats, cheap hotels, and a train station (Victoria)
– Many ‘pied a terres’ which can give the area a lifeless feel

General Price Guide
Flats: £900 p/sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £800 p/ sq ft – £1800 p/ sq ft

South Kensington

SOUTH KENSINGTON/GLOUCESTER ROAD

At its best
– One of the best residential areas of London
– High density of excellent flats with grand proportions
– Few houses, but some of the finest in London
– Good variety of shops , restaurants and museums
– HIGHLIGHTS: Onslow Square; Pelham Crescent; The Boltons; Queens Gate Gardens

At its worst
– Gloucester Road tube has tourist hotels so environs can slightly shabby
– Many flats effected by road noise
– Museums also attract tourists

General Price Guide
Flats: £1300 p/sq ft – £3000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1500 p/ sq ft – £2600 p/ sq ft

Westminster

WESTMINSTER / VICTORIA

At its best
– Many purpose built blocks both old and new – ideal for pied a terres
– Little crime due to location of Home Office
– Reasonably priced for such a central location
– Close to St James’ Park
– HIGHLIGHTS: Westminster Green; St. John’s; Vincent Square; Smith Square

At its worst
– Rather lifeless and quiet at night
– Large amounts of social housing and office blocks

General Price Guide
Flats: £650 p/sq ft – £1200 p/ sq ft
Flats: £1000 p/sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1000 p/ sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft

Bayswater

BAYSWATER

At its best
– Some fabulous garden squares between Queensway and Pembridge Villas
– Very central and next to Hyde Park
– Interesting multinational cuisine and residents
– Generally lower prices than Notting Hill
– Recently built ‘The Lancasters’ development is one of the finest in London

At its worst
– Queensway and environs are scruffy and touristy
– Many cheap tourist hotels
– Less of a family atmosphere than other areas

General Price Guide
Flats: £700 p/sq ft – £1500 p/ sq ft
Houses: £800 p/ sq ft – £1500 p/ sq ft

Knightsbridge

KNIGHTSBRIDGE

At its best
– Arguably the most Internationally renowned of all Prime Central London
– Enviable selection of designer shopping
– Vibrant restaurant and nightlife scene
– Many blocks of flats, often with parking, perfect for ‘lock up and leave’
– HIGHLIGHTS; The Knightsbridge; One Hyde Park; Lennox Gardens; Ennismore and Montpelier Squares; Harrods and Harvey Nicholls

At its worst
– Very touristy

General Price Guide
Flats: £1600 p/sq ft – £6000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1800 p/ sq ft – £4000 p/ sq ft

Maida Vale

MAIDA VALE/ LITTLE VENICE

At its best
– Beautiful period buildings and red brick Victorian mansion blocks
– Great sense of family and community
– Some of the best and largest garden squares in London
– Picturesque canals in Little Venice
– HIGHLIGHTS: Bloomfield Road; Randolph Avenue; Warrington Crescent

At its worst
– Maida Hill and environs can be unsafe
– Slight lack of general amenities

General Price Guide
Flats: £750 p/sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1500 p/ sq ft – £3500 p/ sq ft

Marylebone

MARLEBONE

At its best
– Many individual and interesting boutiques on the High Street
– Right in the centre of London – five minutes from Oxford Street
– Beautiful Georgian properties juxtaposed with modern blocks
– Now considered Prime Central London, although still at a discount
– Excellent transport links
– HIGHLIGHTS: Harley Street; Montagu Square; Portman Square; Selfridges

At its worst
– Can be congested and very busy
– Mixed area still, with some shabby streets

General Price Guide
Flats: £1200 p/sq ft – £2500 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1200 p/ sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft

Brook Green

BROOK GREEN / BRACKENBURY

At its best
– Charming family area close to Kensington and Notting Hill
– Good selection of schools including St Pauls girl school
– Walking distance to Westfield and Shepherds Bush for excellent transport links
– Brook green itself is attractive
– HIGHLIGHTS: Caithness Road; Brook Green; Luxemburg Gardens,

At its worst
– Only a small selection of good quality streets
– Shepherds Bush Road has yet to gentrify enough

General Price Guide
Flats: £700 p/sq ft – £1200 p/ sq ft
Houses: £800 p/ sq ft – £1300 p/ sq ft

Mayfair

MAYFAIR

At its best
– Possibly the most beautiful and varied architecture in London
– Great shopping with many flagship stores and one off boutiques
– Some of the best restaurants in London
– Very safe area to live in
– Right in the centre close to Hyde park and St James Park

At its worst
– Many commercial buildings and therefore less of a family atmosphere particularly at night
– Lack of newly built high end concierge developments with parking

General Price Guide
Flats: £1500 p/sq ft – £6000 p/ sq ft
Houses: : £1800 p/ sq ft – £4000 p/ sq ft

Belgravia

BELGRAVIA

At its best
– Probably the smartest area of London
– Many grand stucco fronted houses and garden squares
– Largely Grosvenor Estate –the best run estate management in London
– Much quieter than neighbouring Knightsbridge
– HIGHLIGHTS: Eaton Square; Montrose Place; Belgrave Square

At its worst
– Close to Buckingham Palace and Victoria become mixed with commercial
– Many short and complicated leases which need expert guidance

General Price Guide
Flats: £1600 p/sq ft – £6000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1800 p/ sq ft – £4000 p/ sq ft

Fulham

FULHAM

At its best
– Pleasant family feel, particularly around Parsons Green <br>- Some good quality houses – generally half the price of neighbouring Chelsea
– Hurlingham Club (country club) is a huge plus for those with membership
– Good selection of parks and schools
– HIGHLIGHTS: Peterborough Estate; Napier Avenue; Doria Road

At its worst
– New Kings Road to Chelsea is often congested
– North End Road and Fulham Broadway dip in quality significantly
– Aeroplane noise is significant

General Price Guide
Flats: £800 p/sq ft – £1200 p/ sq ft
Houses: £800 p/ sq ft – £1400 p/ sq ft

Clapham

CLAPHAM

At its best

– Very popular family area
– 10 stops on the Tube to Canary Wharf, 8 to Bank
– Excellent selection of private prep schools
– Many parks – Clapham and Wandsworth Commons, Battersea Park
– Varied selection of Victorian, Georgian and Queen Anne architecture
–  HIGHLIGHTS: Crescent Grove, Grafton Square, Northcote Road

At it’s worst

–  Far from any major department stores
–  Aeroplane noise, although not as noticeable as in Fulham

General Price Guide
Flats:   £450 p/sq ft – £800 p/ sq ft
Houses:  £500 p/ sq ft – £850 p/ sq ft

Chelsea

CHELSEA

At its best
– Wonderful cosmopolitan residential atmosphere
– Variety of architectural styles from grand to quirky
– King’s Road and environs well served with shops, bars and restaurants
– Good mixture of houses, flats and purpose built blocks
– HIGHLIGHTS: Cadogan Estate; Old Chelsea; Sloane Square

At its worst
– Kings Road better than many high streets, but busy with cars and shoppers
– Transport is poor in a large part of the area

General Price Guide
Flats: £1200 p/sq ft – £3000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1500 p/ sq ft – £3000 p/ sq ft

Holland Park

HOLLAND PARK

At its best
– Holland Park itself is one of the most attractive parks in London
– Detached ‘Villas’ on North and West of the Park are some of the largest and finest in London
– Holland Park Avenue and Westfield give fantastic local shopping
– Central Line underground straight into the City
– Relaxed and safe family feel
– HIGHLIGHTS: Holland Park villas; Oakwood Court; Addison Road; Ilchester Place

At its worst
– Architecture of houses in Abbotsburys rather underwhelming
– West of Holland Park banked by busy, shabby Holland Road

General Price Guide
Flats: £1200 p/sq ft – £3000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1800 p/ sq ft – £4000 p/ sq ft

Kensington

KENSINGTON

At its best
– Excellent family area because of parks (Holland Park and Kensington Gardens)
– Very high end concierge developments, and good quality mansion flats
– Houses often slightly larger than in Chelsea
– Some of the most prestigious houses in London
– Extensive variety of convenient shops on the High Street
– HIGHLIGHTS: Kensington Palace Gardens; Thornwood and Academy Gardens

At its worst
– Kensington High Street is useful but not high end
– Not as central as Mayfair and Knightsbridge

General Price Guide
Flats: £1200 p/sq ft – £3000 p/ sq ft
Houses: : £1500 p/ sq ft – £3000 p/ sq ft

Queens Park

QUEENS PARK

At its best
– An up and coming area just north of Notting Hill
– A fun selection of trendy shops, cafes and restaurants
– Queens Park itself is attractive and popular with young families
– Many larger gardens than Brook Green or Notting Hill
– HIGHLIGHTS: Milman Road, Kingswood Avenue, Salusbury Road farmers market

At its worst
– Chamberlayne Road is still very shabby in parts
– Is further away from the heart of London

General Price Guide
Flats: £700 p/sq ft – £1100 p/ sq ft
Houses: £600 p/ sq ft – £1100 p/ sq ft

Soho / Covent Garden

SOHO / COVENT GARDEN

At its best
– The best nightlife in London
– A huge selection of shops, cafes and restaurants
– Unparalleled location in terms of centrality
– Can walk to some of the best theatres and cinemas in London
– HIGHLIGHTS: Royal Opera House, Trafalgar Square, Neal Street

At its worst
– Lack of choice of residential property
– Feels extremely busy, chaotic and polluted

General Price Guide
Flats: £750 p/sq ft – £1300 p/ sq ft
Houses: £750 p/ sq ft – £1300 p/ sq ft

Kings Cross

Kings Cross

At its best
– Becoming tech start up hub of london
– Very central to old affluent west london and north london and close to new london and the city
– St Martins Art College and Granary Square
– Google european HQ
– HIGHLIGHTS: EuroStar and great connections

At its worst
– Not great for families
– Still slightly urban
– No parks nearby

General Price Guide
Flats: £800 p/sq ft – £1500 p/ sq ft
Houses: £800 p/ sq ft – £1500 p/ sq ft

Battersea

Battersea/Vauxhall

At its best
– Potentially the most iconic development in london at battersea power station
– New US embassy
– Very central
– One of the largest regeneration areas ever created in london
– Beautiful park
– Near Sloane Square and Chelsea

At its worst
– Not well connected transport wise
– So much new build will take time to feel like a community

General Price Guide
Flats: £800 p/sq ft – £1700 p/ sq ft
Houses: £800 p/ sq ft – £1300 p/ sq ft

Earls Court

Earls Court

At its best
– Still best value in Kensington and Chelsea
– Beautiful garden squares
– Well connected
– Huge regeneration project- largest in Europe will increase values

At its worst
– Still too many shabby hotels
– No parks

General Price Guide
Flats: £1000 p/sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1000 p/ sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft

Bayswater

Bayswater/Lancaster Gate/Queensway

At its best
– On the doorstep of hyde park
– Beautiful large white stucco architecture difficult to match outside the most expensive areas
– Central location
– Paddington crossrail and Heathrow Express
– Huge investment high end residential developments recently

General Price Guide
Flats: £1000 p/sq ft – £3000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1000 p/ sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft

Regents Park

Regents Park/St Johns Wood

At its best
– North West london’s smartest neighbourhood
– Established area for many wealthy foreign families
– Regents park
– Home to some of London’s best housing stock

At its worst
– Can feel isolated from local amenities in parts
– Transport average

General Price Guide
Flats: £1200 p/sq ft – £2500 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1200 p/ sq ft – £2500 p/ sq ft

Borough

Borough

At its best
– Borough market
– Good option of transport connection in and around London with London Bridge and Waterloo
– Gentrified areas, Shard Thames in particulark
– Close to attraction, Tower Bridge, The Shard
– Good schools

At its worst
– A lot of non-residential parts and fewer houses
– Some very dodgy areas still

General Price Guide
Flats: £800 p/sq ft – £1800 p/ sq ft

NOTTING HILL
At its best
– Lively, eclectic neighbourhood around Portobello Road
– Large family houses with private communal gardens, particularly West of Ladbroke Grove
– Hip shopping and drinking around Westbourne Grove
– Edgy and unique atmosphere
– HIGHLIGHTS: Kensington Park Gardens; Dawson Place; the LansdownesAt its worst
– Large amounts of council housing, particularly to the North and East
– Portobello Road can be a nightmare, particularly on market days

General Price Guide
Flats: £1000 p/sq ft – £2500 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1500 p/ sq ft – £3500 p/ sq ft

PIMLICO

At its best
– Moments from Chelsea and Belgravia but at significant discounts
– ‘Pimlico Grid’ has grand and beautiful stucco fronted architecture
– Quiet residential streets with many great flats
– Excellent public transport – tube, train and bus
– HIGHLIGHTS: Ecclestone and Warwick Squares; Pimlico Grid

At its worst
– ‘Pimlico Grid’ is small and quality drops off quickly around it
– Large areas of council flats, cheap hotels, and a train station (Victoria)
– Many ‘pied a terres’ which can give the area a lifeless feel

General Price Guide
Flats: £900 p/sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £800 p/ sq ft – £1800 p/ sq ft

SOUTH KENSINGTON / GLOUSCESTER ROAD

At its best
– One of the best residential areas of London
– High density of excellent flats with grand proportions
– Few houses, but some of the finest in London
– Good variety of shops , restaurants and museums
– HIGHLIGHTS: Onslow Square; Pelham Crescent; The Boltons; Queens Gate Gardens

At its worst
– Gloucester Road tube has tourist hotels so environs can slightly shabby
– Many flats effected by road noise
– Museums also attract tourists

General Price Guide
Flats: £1000 p/sq ft – £2500 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1500 p/ sq ft – £2500 p/ sq ft

WESTMINSTER/VICTORIA

At its best
– Many purpose built blocks both old and new – ideal for pied a terres
– Little crime due to location of Home Office
– Reasonably priced for such a central location
– Close to St James’ Park
– HIGHLIGHTS: Westminster Green; St. John’s; Vincent Square; Smith Square

At its worst
– Rather lifeless and quiet at night
– Large amounts of social housing and office blocks

General Price Guide
Flats: £1000 p/sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1000 p/ sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft

BAYSWATER

At its best
– Some fabulous garden squares between Queensway and Pembridge Villas
– Very central and next to Hyde Park
– Interesting multinational cuisine and residents
– Generally lower prices than Notting Hill
– Recently built ‘The Lancasters’ development is one of the finest in London

At its worst
– Queensway and environs are scruffy and touristy
– Many cheap tourist hotels
– Less of a family atmosphere than other areas

General Price Guide
Flats: £700 p/sq ft – £1500 p/ sq ft
Houses: £800 p/ sq ft – £1500 p/ sq ft

KNIGHTSBRIDGE

At its best
– Arguably the most Internationally renowned of all Prime Central London
– Enviable selection of designer shopping
– Vibrant restaurant and nightlife scene
– Many blocks of flats, often with parking, perfect for ‘lock up and leave’
– HIGHLIGHTS; The Knightsbridge; One Hyde Park; Lennox Gardens; Ennismore and Montpelier Squares; Harrods and Harvey Nicholls

At its worst
– Very touristy
– Currently very congested because of the development of ‘One Hyde Park’

General Price Guide
Flats: £1600 p/sq ft – £6000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1800 p/ sq ft – £4000 p/ sq ft

MAIDA VALE/ LITTLE VENICE

At its best
– Beautiful period buildings and red brick Victorian mansion blocks
– Great sense of family and community
– Some of the best and largest garden squares in London
– Picturesque canals in Little Venice
– HIGHLIGHTS: Bloomfield Road; Randolph Avenue; Warrington Crescent

At its worst
– Maida Hill and environs can be unsafe
– Slight lack of general amenities

General Price Guide
Flats: £750 p/sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1500 p/ sq ft – £3500 p/ sq ft

MARYLEBONE

At its best
– Many individual and interesting boutiques on the High Street
– Right in the centre of London – five minutes from Oxford Street
– Beautiful Georgian properties juxtaposed with modern blocks
– Now considered Prime Central London, although still at a discount
– Excellent transport links
– HIGHLIGHTS: Harley Street; Montagu Square; Portman Square; Selfridges

At its worst
– Can be congested and very busy
– Mixed area still, with some shabby streets

General Price Guide
Flats: £1200 p/sq ft – £2500 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1200 p/ sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft

BROOK GREEN / BRACKENBURY

At its best
– Charming family area close to Kensington and Notting Hill
– Good selection of schools including St Pauls girl school
– Walking distance to Westfield and Shepherds Bush for excellent transport links
– Brook green itself is attractive
– HIGHLIGHTS: Caithness Road; Brook Green; Luxemburg Gardens,

At its worst
– Only a small selection of good quality streets
– Shepherds Bush Road has yet to gentrify enough

General Price Guide
Flats: £700 p/sq ft – £1200 p/ sq ft
Houses: £800 p/ sq ft – £1300 p/ sq ft

MAYFAIR

At its best
– Possibly the most beautiful and varied architecture in London
– Great shopping with many flagship stores and one off boutiques
– Some of the best restaurants in London
– Very safe area to live in
– Right in the centre close to Hyde park and St James Park

At its worst
– Many commercial buildings and therefore less of a family atmosphere particularly at night
– Lack of newly built high end concierge developments with parking

General Price Guide
Flats: £1500 p/sq ft – £6000 p/ sq ft
Houses: : £1800 p/ sq ft – £4000 p/ sq ft

BELGRAVIA

At its best
– Probably the smartest area of London
– Many grand stucco fronted houses and garden squares
– Largely Grosvenor Estate –the best run estate management in London
– Much quieter than neighbouring Knightsbridge
– HIGHLIGHTS: Eaton Square; Montrose Place; Belgrave Square

At its worst
– Close to Buckingham Palace and Victoria become mixed with commercial
– Many short and complicated leases which need expert guidance

General Price Guide
Flats: £1600 p/sq ft – £6000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1800 p/ sq ft – £4000 p/ sq ft

FULHAM

At its best
– Pleasant family feel, particularly around Parsons Green <br>- Some good quality houses – generally half the price of neighbouring Chelsea
– Hurlingham Club (country club) is a huge plus for those with membership
– Good selection of parks and schools
– HIGHLIGHTS: Peterborough Estate; Napier Avenue; Doria Road

At its worst
– New Kings Road to Chelsea is often congested
– North End Road and Fulham Broadway dip in quality significantly
– Aeroplane noise is significant

General Price Guide
Flats: £800 p/sq ft – £1200 p/ sq ft
Houses: £800 p/ sq ft – £1400 p/ sq ft

CLAPHAM

At its best

– Very popular family area
– 10 stops on the Tube to Canary Wharf, 8 to Bank
– Excellent selection of private prep schools
– Many parks – Clapham and Wandsworth Commons, Battersea Park
– Varied selection of Victorian, Georgian and Queen Anne architecture
–  HIGHLIGHTS: Crescent Grove, Grafton Square, Northcote Road

At it’s worst

–  Far from any major department stores
–  Aeroplane noise, although not as noticeable as in Fulham

General Price Guide
Flats:   £450 p/sq ft – £800 p/ sq ft
Houses:  £500 p/ sq ft – £850 p/ sq ft

CHELSEA
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At its best
– Wonderful cosmopolitan residential atmosphere
– Variety of architectural styles from grand to quirky
– King’s Road and environs well served with shops, bars and restaurants
– Good mixture of houses, flats and purpose built blocks
– HIGHLIGHTS: Cadogan Estate; Old Chelsea; Sloane Square

At its worst
– Kings Road better than many high streets, but busy with cars and shoppers
– Transport is poor in a large part of the area

General Price Guide
Flats: £1200 p/sq ft – £3000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1500 p/ sq ft – £3000 p/ sq ft

HOLLAND PARK

At its best
– Holland Park itself is one of the most attractive parks in London
– Detached ‘Villas’ on North and West of the Park are some of the largest and finest in London
– Holland Park Avenue and Westfield give fantastic local shopping
– Central Line underground straight into the City
– Relaxed and safe family feel
– HIGHLIGHTS: Holland Park villas; Oakwood Court; Addison Road; Ilchester Place

At its worst
– Architecture of houses in Abbotsburys rather underwhelming
– West of Holland Park banked by busy, shabby Holland Road

General Price Guide
Flats: £1200 p/sq ft – £3000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1800 p/ sq ft – £4000 p/ sq ft

KENSINGTON

At its best
– Excellent family area because of parks (Holland Park and Kensington Gardens)
– Very high end concierge developments, and good quality mansion flats
– Houses often slightly larger than in Chelsea
– Some of the most prestigious houses in London
– Extensive variety of convenient shops on the High Street
– HIGHLIGHTS: Kensington Palace Gardens; Thornwood and Academy Gardens

At its worst
– Kensington High Street is useful but not high end
– Not as central as Mayfair and Knightsbridge

General Price Guide
Flats: £1200 p/sq ft – £3000 p/ sq ft
Houses: : £1500 p/ sq ft – £3000 p/ sq ft

QUEENS PARK

At its best
– An up and coming area just north of Notting Hill
– A fun selection of trendy shops, cafes and restaurants
– Queens Park itself is attractive and popular with young families
– Many larger gardens than Brook Green or Notting Hill
– HIGHLIGHTS: Milman Road, Kingswood Avenue, Salusbury Road farmers market

At its worst
– Chamberlayne Road is still very shabby in parts
– Is further away from the heart of London

General Price Guide
Flats: £700 p/sq ft – £1100 p/ sq ft
Houses: £600 p/ sq ft – £1100 p/ sq ft

SOHO / COVENT GARDEN

At its best
– The best nightlife in London
– A huge selection of shops, cafes and restaurants
– Unparalleled location in terms of centrality
– Can walk to some of the best theatres and cinemas in London
– HIGHLIGHTS: Royal Opera House, Trafalgar Square, Neal Street

At its worst
– Lack of choice of residential property
– Feels extremely busy, chaotic and polluted

General Price Guide
Flats: £750 p/sq ft – £1300 p/ sq ft
Houses: £750 p/ sq ft – £1300 p/ sq ft

NOTTING HILL

At its best
– Lively, eclectic neighbourhood around Portobello Road
– Large family houses with private communal gardens, particularly West of Ladbroke Grove
– Hip shopping and drinking around Westbourne Grove
– Edgy and unique atmosphere
– HIGHLIGHTS: Kensington Park Gardens; Dawson Place; the Lansdownes

At its worst
– Large amounts of council housing, particularly to the North and East
– Portobello Road can be a nightmare, particularly on market days

General Price Guide
Flats: £750 p/sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1000 p/ sq ft – £3000 p/ sq ft3

KINGS CROSS

At its best
– Becoming tech start up hub of london
– Very central to old affluent west london and north london and close to new london and the city
– St Martins Art College and Granary Square
– Google european HQ
– HIGHLIGHTS: EuroStar and great connections

At its worst
– Not great for families
– Still slightly urban
– No parks nearby

General Price Guide
Flats: £800 p/sq ft – £1500 p/ sq ft
Houses: £800 p/ sq ft – £1500 p/ sq ft[/toggle

BATTERSEA/VAUXHALL

At its best
– Potentially the most iconic development in london at battersea power station
– New US embassy
– Very central
– One of the largest regeneration areas ever created in london
– Beautiful park
– Near Sloane Square and Chelsea

At its worst
– Not well connected transport wise
– So much new build will take time to feel like a community

General Price Guide
Flats: £800 p/sq ft – £1700 p/ sq ft
Houses: £800 p/ sq ft – £1300 p/ sq ft

EARLS COURT

At its best
– Still best value in Kensington and Chelsea
– Beautiful garden squares
– Well connected
– Huge regeneration project- largest in Europe will increase values

At its worst
– Still too many shabby hotels
– No parks

General Price Guide
Flats: £1000 p/sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1000 p/ sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft

Bayswater/Lancaster Gate/Queensway

At its best
– On the doorstep of hyde park
– Beautiful large white stucco architecture difficult to match outside the most expensive areas
– Central location
– Paddington crossrail and Heathrow Express
– Huge investment high end residential developments recently

General Price Guide
Flats: £1000 p/sq ft – £3000 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1000 p/ sq ft – £2000 p/ sq ft

Regents Park

At its best
– North West london’s smartest neighbourhood
– Established area for many wealthy foreign families
– Regents park
– Home to some of London’s best housing stock

At its worst
– Can feel isolated from local amenities in parts
– Transport average

General Price Guide
Flats: £1200 p/sq ft – £2500 p/ sq ft
Houses: £1200 p/ sq ft – £2500 p/ sq ft

Borough

At its best
– Borough market
– Good option of transport connection in and around London with London Bridge and Waterloo
– Gentrified areas, Shard Thames in particular
– Close to attraction, Tower Bridge, The Shard
– Good schools

At its worst
– A lot of non-residential parts and fewer houses
– Some very dodgy areas still

General Price Guide
Flats: £800 p/sq ft – £1800 p/ sq ft