Central London real estate guide & listings for sale
Central London offers a vast selection of green spaces to enjoy, as well as some areas with a vibrant ambience. It is easy to access parks in the neighbourhood since there are about 10 of them nearby for residents to check out. Many sections of Central London is quite quiet, although that is not the case closer to one of the railway lines.
This part of the city allows house buyers to move around using various methods of transportation. Commuting by public transit is easy in this part of the city. For example, the neighbourhood is linked by about 20 bus lines, and bus stops are typically nearby. Cars are also a fairly good transportation option in Central London. It is easy to park. Walking is practical for house buyers in this part of the city; meeting daily needs is convenient on foot, and a fair number of businesses of different types can be found as well.
In Central London, roughly half of dwellings are large apartment buildings, whereas the remainder are mainly small apartment buildings and single detached homes. About 40% of homes in this neighbourhood were constructed before the 1960s, while the majority of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1960s and the 1980s. This area offers mainly two bedroom and one bedroom homes. Roughly three quarters of the population of this neighbourhood rent their home whereas the rest are owners.
It is a reasonably short walk to reach schools and daycares from most properties for sale in Central London. Along with public schools, there are private primary and secondary schools. Concerning eating, property owners in Central London will value that a general and a specialty grocery store is always only a short walk away. Additionally, there is typically a restaurant or cafe in close proximity, for instance along Adelaide Street. It is also a reasonably short walk to a decent selection of clothing stores.