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Thinking of moving to Central London? Whether you’re starting a family, planning an investment or beginning higher education, here is what Central London has to offer.

House Prices 🏠

Being at the heart of England’s capital city, buying in Central London is by no means cheap:

Property Investment 🏠 🏠

Central London is a hotchpotch of property types and people, with landed properties standing alongside social housing. This means that there are plenty of opportunities for savvy investors, whether you are looking to:

  • Live in or let a modest family home
  • Invest in a corporate let, or,
  • Buy an HMO (house of multiple occupation) where you can let to students studying at one of the many prestigious colleges and universities in the area.

Economy ££

Location and Transport 🚌          

Great transport links include:

  • Major railway stations linking you to all parts of the country
  • London City Airport
  • The Underground, docklands light railway and the London River Bus service .

Education 🎓

Environment 🌷

London is full of landmarks.  For starters, how about:

  • Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament
  • The London Eye
  • Buckingham Palace

Central London has plenty of areas of green space such as Hyde Park and Green Park as well as lots of little ‘squares’ (e.g. Lincoln’s Inn Fields) where you can enjoy the fresh air.

For shoppers, there are the world famous Carnaby, Bond and Oxford Streets and plenty of markets where you grab a bargain or something unusual.

Plus with museums and other attractions, there is plenty to keep everyone amused, no matter what their age.

Trivia 🎬

Finally, did you know that ….

  • John Keats was born in Moorgate, The City of London, in 1795 and was known as the “Cockney Poet”?
  • 1980’s new romantic group Spandau Ballet have a Heritage Award (a plaque) on the wall of The Blitz Club on London’s Great Queen Street, to commemorate them performing their first live show in December 1979?
  • Karl Marx, the German philosopher and revolutionary socialist, is buried in Highgate Cemetery – just on the outskirts of Central London?

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