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  • White City, Wood Lane
    Whole House £395 pw

    Mind the Flat is pleased to present this spacious two bedroom split level maisonette located on a desirable road in More Details

    Furnished 2Baths 2Beds 30/05/2017
  • LET
    Brondesbury, Kilburn
    From £170 pw

    This bright three bedroom apartment in the popular Jubilee Heights complex. Boasting a large double room for couple, fantastic en-suite More Details

    Furnished 1Baths 1Beds 17/05/2017
  • Dollis Hill, Willesden Green
    From £140 pw

    This three bedroom flat in Willesden Junction is located on the top of the property. The flat is located in More Details

    Furnished 1Baths 3Beds 12/05/2017
  • LET
    Shepherd's Bush, Shepherd's Bush Market
    From £180 pw

    Mind the flat is pleased to present you this wonderful 3 Bedroom flat which 2 are available for couples and More Details

    Unfurnished 1Baths 3Beds 08/05/2017
  • Acton Town
    From £120 pw

    I am pleased to present a 5 bedroom flat in Acton Town W3 The property benefits from a large rear More Details

    Furnished 1Baths 5Beds 26/04/2017
  • LET
    Parsons Green
    From £155 pw

    This four bedroom flat is located on the raised ground floor of a Victorian period conversion. The property has been More Details

    Unfurnished 1Baths 1Beds 18/04/2017
  • Cricklewood , Willesden Green
    From £150 pw

    An exceptional first floor flat situated in a sought after and well located street just six minutes off Cricklewood Broadway More Details

    Furnished 1Baths 1Beds 07/04/2017
  • LET
    From £165 pw

    Mind the flat is pleased to present this wonderful 3 bedroom flat with 3 rooms of which two double available More Details

    Furnished 1Baths 1Beds 01/04/2017
  • LET
    Imperial Wharf, Parsons Green
    From £160 pw

    The house is situated in a quiet residential square offering easy access to the transport links of Imperial Warf and More Details

    Furnished 1Baths 1Beds 24/03/2017
  • LET
    South Kensington
    Whole Flat £520 pw

    Here is a perfectly situated modern one bedroom apartment located on the first floor of a newly refurbished porter’s block More Details

    Furnished 1Baths 1Beds 01/03/2017

There are many places to live in the London and if you are looking for a house to rent in London or other properties to rent we can help you find the right areas.

As with any major city there are a wide variety of areas to choose from that range in price, location, and demographic.

Central London offers a unique experience but can also be a little more pricey. You can look at areas such as renting in Mayfair, Knightsbridge, Belgravia, and Hampstead

Other areas that may still be a little more expensive places to rent in London but slightly cheaper than those listed above include:

Belsize Park, St. John’s Wood, Maida Vale, Marylebone, Pimlico, Kensington, Chelsea, Primrose Hill, Notting Hill, Chiswick, Richmond, Barnes, Kew.

From here you can get into more towards the mid to high price ranges including:

Hammersmith, Ealing, Fulham, Putney, Clapham, Battersea, Wandsworth, Balham, Streatham, Wimbledon, Anerley, Penge, Sydenham, Crystal Palace, Dulwich, East Dulwich, Greenwich, Blackheath, Docklands, Islington, Crouch End, Muswell Hill, Hornsey, Highgate, Finchley, Cricklewood, Kilburn, West Hampstead.

For slightly cheaper areas to rent in London you might want to look at:

Merton, Raynes Park, Tooting, Charlton, Bethnal Green, Bow, Stratford, Plaistow, Stoke Newington, East Clapton, Forest Gate, Leyton, Shepherd’s bush, Acton, Willesden.

But aside from price you may want to look at the lifestyle and demographics of the various areas.

Young Professionals would probably want to look at these London areas:

Islington, Fulham, Putney, Wandsworth, Battersea, Clapham, Balham, Streatham, East Dulwich, the Docklands, Tower Bridge, Borough. You may also find yourself drawn to the East End around Aldgate, Shoreditch and Bethnal Green.

If you are looking for a trendy area in London to rent you may want to focus on:

Stoke Newington, Broadway Market, Columbia Road, Hoxton, Shoreditch, Brick Lane, Bethnal Green, Camden.

Nice areas for families in London.

Where you live is almost definitely going to be determined by your income. The general rule of thumb is that the further you get from Central London, the cheaper it gets. For family-friendly areas there are many but a few that stick out might be Islington through Crouch End to Muswell Hill (though this isn’t cheap) and beyond in the North.

Much of the North-West such as Kilburn, Willesden, West Hampstead, is fairly residential, nice and relatively affordable. For the most part the majority of West London is pleasant and family-friendly but it can be extremely expensive. You can’t really go too wrong in the South but there are a few places to be avoided.

The South-East can be really nice including areas like Crystal Palace, Sydenham, Penge, and Dulwich. You’ll get a lot of greenery, it’s peaceful and fairly affordable. There is nothing wrong with East-London by any means and it is the most affordable part of London. The further East you go things generally get nicer and more residential such as Plaistow, etc.

Remember, even if you work in Central London, the overland trains will get you to Central London from most parts of SouthEast England fairly quickly so don’t worry too much about living some distance from Central London. There are plenty of people who commute into London from Brighton which is about an hour on the train.

If you are a sports or fitness enthusiast you’ll may want to look at Clapham in particular and most of the area of South London stretching from Streatham to Dulwich.

If you are into fashion, design, or media you may want to consider:

Covent Garden, Soho, Hoxton, Shoreditch, Brick Lane, Tower Bridge

As a successful artist, actor, or musician you’ll want to look at:

Notting Hill, Primrose Hill

As an up-and-coming artist, musician, or actor there are other more affordable areas to choose from:

For displaying your work, must of the action is around Tower Bridge, Shoreditch, Covent Garden, Notting Hill and various places in Central London but in terms of living many artists live in the rougher parts of town like: Brixton, Peckham, Deptford and New Cross. Apparently Dalstonis a hotspot for some unknown reason.

London also has many live and work studios which are pretty popular with artists. There are some lovely ones in Forest Hill.

Now lets say you are an American relocating to London and all you want is a cute cottage, some double-decker buses, a couple cricket pitches and darn cups of tea!

You’ll probably want to look at Kensington, Chelsea, Hampstead, Richmond, Barnes, Kew, Wimbledon and Dulwich. Slightly cheaper options could be Twickenham and Kingston.

We hope this provided a little bit of information as you are looking for a room to rent in London or even are searching for houses to rent in London.