What are the areas to look at for property investment and home buying in London Q3?
First, let us look at why these areas stand out.
They cover the basics of what makes good property, great property.
These areas I feature below are all great locations, both in terms of what the immediate area has to offer as well as the surrounding areas.
These areas have properties that offer good value for money.
The areas have the amenities that make living there much more comfortable. From restaurants to cafes, to decent shops and supermarkets.
These areas offer a choice of schools, both state and independent schools. The importance of good schools should not be overlooked by anyone buying family orientated property.
Any location is vastly improved if it offers great transport links to other wonderful locations. Car, Bus, Train, Tube etc. should all form part of the mixture of transportation options an area has to offer.
Community means many things to many people, but in its most simple form, the people in the areas should generally share an interest in the place itself.
A good bike shop, an excellent butcher and a great park. Yes not everywhere will have these, but I'd be hard-pressed to buy somewhere that didn't. Bonus items are those things that help make a place home to you and those things you have to decide for yourself.
Now for the areas: (listed alphabetically)
- Golders Green
- Holland Park
- St James
These areas stand out for me at the moment and have proved in the past to be very good locations.
To find out more about why I like these areas as places to live and or invest in, as well as what property types I would most recommend in these areas, get in touch.
PS: for those who might not know, that is a picture from Richmond Park in London!
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