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Richmond

Richmond

Richmond upon Thames

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Known to be one of the most beautiful places in London, Richmond is an affluent area surrounded by the Thames, the world famous botanical garden, Kew Gardens, and Richmond Park, the largest of London's Royal Parks. It has a lively high street, good public transport links and pretty houses.

Greenwich

Greenwich

Greenwich

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A touristy and fashionable location in South-East London, occupying the area south of the river to the east of Deptford. Families and young professionals move to Greenwich for the green spaces, pubs and restaurants and pricey period homes.

Chelsea

Chelsea

Kensington and Chelsea

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An affluent riverside area in Central London. The lively Kings Road running through it offers a good choice of high end restaurants, bars and cafes. It is also across the river from the spacious Battersea Park making it a popular aea for young professionals and families alike.

Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace

Bromley

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This charming area of south London is centered around the Crystal Palace triangle of independent pubs, cafes and local businesses. Art and film festivals and laneway weekly markets are a pull for families and young professionals. Popularity and property prices are tempered somewhat by the limited transport connections.

Notting Hill

Notting Hill

Kensington and Chelsea

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An affluent and trendy area blessed with a plethora of independent cafes, bars, restaurants and upscale boutiques. Within close proximity to the vibrant and diverse Portobello market offering vintage fashion and international foods. Well connected with plenty of public transport options. Pretty Victorian houses fill the residential roads.

Chiswick

Chiswick

Hounslow

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Sitting along the River Thames and close to Central London, green and charming Chiswick is an affluent area mostly in the London Borough of Hounslow. Said to have a village feel, Chiswick High Road is home to an abundance of cool independent bars, cafes and high end restaurants.

Regent's Park

Regent's Park

Westminster

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Located in the north west of inner London and one of the eight Royal Parks in the city. The park itself is home to London Zoo and to the north sits its hilltop park Primrose Hill which provides one of the best panaromic views over Central London.

Walthamstow Village

Walthamstow Village

Waltham Forest

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The old and pretty part of Walthamstow, located to the east of Walthamstow Central tube station. Walthamstow Village has long been the most desirable part, offering quaint pubs, independent shops and genteel streets of Victorian houses.

Borough

Borough

Southwark

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Situated south of the River Thames, just to the west of London Bridge, Borough is a trendy location that attracts residents and visitors to the vibrant Borough Market and the array of pubs and restaurants on the busy Borough High Street.

Bloomsbury

Bloomsbury

Camden

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Home to the first housing blocks built in London, Bloomsbury has since flourished as a popular central London location. A favourite amongst tourists, being home to an array of museums. Also popular with students with a Virginia Woolf inspired literary scene and home to various academic institutions.

Harrow on the Hill

Harrow on the Hill

Harrow

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A pretty village set on a hilltop known for its world famous boarding school, beautiful architecture and panoramic views over London. Some of the most expensive mansions and cottages in the city are spread across its windy roads. Harrow on the Hill station offers good transport links around the Capital.

Soho

Soho

Westminster

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Known to be the entertainment district in the heart of the City's West End for its buzzing and bohemian atmosphere. Its vibrant streets are filled with a variety of restaurants and nightlife options. Theatres line the popular Shaftesbury Avenue and shoppers visit Carnaby Street and Kingly Court.