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A Few Popular Places to Live in Central London


  • Chelsea & Kensington – this is a wealthy & sophisticated part of London with many high-end shops including the famous Harrods store and well-known restaurants

  • Nottinghill – this is a more bohemian part of London made more famous by the Hugh Grant film of the same name. It now attracts a fashion and trend conscious crowd to its boutiques, fashionable bars & restaurants as well as the legendary Portobello Road market

  • Marylebone – this once sleepy backwater is now a thriving hub for singles & families alike who cherish a village atmosphere but in the heart of vibrant central London

  • Hampstead – this is another of London’s great & historic ‘villages’ with pretty boutique shops set high above the centre with spectacular views and 800 acres of Hampstead Heath to explore



A Few Popular Places to Live in Outer London


  • Richmond – set on the River Thames and besides the beautiful Richmond Park this is a very special & vibrant place to live.  Has both tube & Overground train services into Central London

  • Wimbledon – Home of the famous Wimbledon Tennis championship, this has the charming Wimbledon village with its boutique shops & cafes & Wimbledon town which has the larger stores and both tube & Overground fast trains to central London



A Few Popular Places to Live in the Home Counties


  • Cobham & Weybridge – these very smart leafy towns offer a more country environment but still an easy commute into central London with good train services.  Excellent British & American schools in this area

  • Beaconsfield, Amersham, Gerrards Cross – these towns are often referred to as The Golden Triangle, they all provide an varied mix of good shops, restaurants and amenities along with good schools.  Another excellent choice for commuters due to fast & frequent train services into central London



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