The London property market is infamously competitive, undeniably complex, yet endlessly rewarding – when you know where to look. At Jane Wood London Property Finders, we have over 18 years of experience in navigating the ever-changing London property landscape. Whether you desire a luxury apartment overlooking the hustle and bustle of central London or a comfortable family home in a leafy and tranquil suburb, our exceptional London property consultants provide an effortless and swift property search. In this blog, we want to share some of the most exciting and admired areas for property and development across London.

Bermondsey

When Bermondsey was awarded the enviable accolade of ‘Best Place to Live in London’ on the Sunday Time’s awaited 2018 list, our London property consultants weren’t all that surprised. South of the Thames and just a short walk from Tower Bridge, Bermondsey is very well connected to the rest of London, should you need to leave this multifaceted hub.

Bermondsey is an epicentre of commercial and creative enterprise, lively bars and artisanal cafes, museums and art galleries (such as White Cube Bermondsey), plentiful markets (notably Maltby Street Market), classic architecture and contemporary developments. Bermondsey also celebrates a plethora of ‘Outstanding’ schools as presented by Ofsted, opening the borough to families who wish to remain in the heart of London.

Muswell Hill

As prestigious property finders for London, our expertise rests within our exclusive market access and rich local knowledge; Muswell Hill certainly excites for both.

With a great many ‘Outstanding’ schools, generous Edwardian properties, fantastic green spaces, and charming high street, is it any wonder that families who can afford to gravitate toward Muswell Hill? Just seven miles north of central London and next door to the Northern Line’s East Finchley station and Highgate, Muswell Hill offers its residents a tranquil escape from the city, without losing sight of it (quite literally, Muswell Hill grants exceptional views of London form its high vantage point).

Notting Hill

50 years ago, Notting Hill was referred to as the meagre neighbour to Chelsea and Kensington. Not wanting to settle for such slander, Notting Hill has since flourished into a creative and uber-fashionable district with charming communal gardens, countless independent cafes and boutiques as well as Michelin star restaurants. You should not expect to see a bumbling Hugh Grant of the 1999 film, but you will share the neighbourhood with celebrities, bankers, media moguls and other high-flying professionals.

Our London property finders take great joy from sourcing serene and outstanding properties amongst the eclectic architecture that Notting Hill offers. Indeed, Notting Hill boasts Georgian, Edwardian, Victorian and contemporary architecture, providing London properties to suit every buyer.

Certainly, it is an area popular with families due to the aforementioned features and fantastic central location. In short, you can’t go wrong with Notting Hill – particularly with our property consultants in London finding the very best that the area has to offer.

South Kensington

Sharing a postcode with the esteemed Victoria & Albert Museum, Natural History Museum, Royal Albert Hall, Royal College of Art and Music respectively, the neighbourhood of Kensington certainly takes the royal stamp of approval. It should come as no surprise that South Kensington has long help its place as one of the most impressive areas on the London property market and a favourite of our London property consultants. The borough is brimming with delectable eateries; South Kensington in particular is renowned for its French cuisine with Maitre Choux and Margaux to name just two places of exquisite French food.

Kensington also boasts grand expanses of parkland including Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, as well as a wealth of outstanding primary and secondary schools, making it a great spot for families too.

Brentford

Bordering the world-renowned Kew Gardens, Brentford is one of London’s most exciting areas for development, and a firm favourite with our London buying agents. At present, Brentford is enjoying a multi-billion pound makeover which includes a new marina, a new football stadium for celebrated Brentford FC, cycle paths and impressive waterfront homes overlooking Grand Union Canal and the River Brent as well as the Thames.

For many clients of Jane Wood London Property Finders, their location priorities are a selection of history and culture, green spaces, a friendly community, excellent schools, abundant local amenities and an effortless commute into the city. We are delighted to report that Brentford delivers on it all.

A thriving food and drink scene, which is owed to its charming artisanal market and effervescent riverside bars and restaurants, gives Brentford a real buzz without its residents needing to take the nearby train into Central London.

Finding a new home in London couldn’t be easier with our experienced residential property consultants. Actively listening to your needs and wishes, we will provide you with a bespoke and exclusive selection of luxury London properties, quickly. To learn more about our service or to take the next step towards your dream home, get in touch with Jane Wood London Property Finders today.