Premier Letting Agents in Bloomsbury London WC1
Bloomsbury manages to combine art with commerce in a way that few areas of London can quite bring off. It's a centre for the culture vulture, and an occasional place to find beautiful apartments.
Sealed off from the bustle of the West End by the combination of Oxford Street, New Oxford Street, Tottenham Court Road and Euston Road, Bloomsbury is an area of museums (most notably the British Museum), universities, hospitals and other largescale concerns. It is quiet here, very calm, a place of leafy squares- Bedford Square, Bloomsbury Square and Russel Square chief amongst them - and wide streets and hotels, its character devolved from its mix of students, some spillover from the Soho media set, professionals and a very few longterm residents. Its properties are mostly Georgian terraces, although there are a smattering of Victorian properties around the place as well, and some converted office blocks also feature.
Talking of accommodation in Bloomsbury means - invariably - apartments. These are mainly converted from the Georgian terraces, although there are some which occasionally come up in other places - converted office spaces, sometimes from the flats found above local shops, and some converted council accommodation, as well as a few mansion blocks, some of which are owned by Camden Council.
Property in Bloomsbury is both rare and expensive. Those who live in the area, either on leases or freehold, do not give up their residences lightly. Apartments are mainly occupied by long-term residences, or are bought as pied a terre by wealthy professionals.
There are plenty of restaurants and a large number of cafes in the Bloomsbury area, which caters heavily to the fringes of the tourist trade, particularly those heading towards Holborn, and those attempting to find the British Museum. Nightlife is restricted, as most prefer to head into the West End. Overall, the character of the area is very quiet, a result of the large number of hotels, university, office and hospital buildings here.
Quiet, intellectual and calmly beautiful, Bloomsbury is sparsely populated, green and a wonderful place to walk - and a very select place to live.
Page Guidance LAA
Looking for Bloomsbury London, WC1 commercial premises or an industrial unit in Bloomsbury London, WC1.
You may wish to review the Bloomsbury London, WC1 Commercial Property that the Commercial Agents have to offer or you can check out some more specific links with our Commercial page which shows Estate Agency and Lettings Agency offering serviced offices, offices, workshops, studios, live/work, shops, factory space, industrial units and warehouses. Click here to go see our commercial page
Area News for Bloomsbury
Camden Council has unveiled a £26 million plan to transform the Tottenham Court Road area of the West End, in order to make the area safer and more attractive for residents, boost business and create new public spaces.
Read Article ... Published on 30th June, 2014
In central London, few places feel more foreign than Fitzrovia. The district, as well as its close neighbour Bloomsbury, is the closest a London resident can get to living in a European city. Of course, you'll have to excuse the chronic lack of sunshine, but the combination of close cobbled streets and extravagant squares gives Fitzrovia a definite Barcelona-esque feel. Its location in central London - lodged between Bloomsbury and Marylebone - makes it ideal for those who prefer their conveniences … well, convenient. You can work, shop and eat within just a few streets of where you live. Perfect.
Read Article ... Published on 26th April, 2013
Acquiring your perfect abode in central London can present a number of difficulties and disadvantages. The hustle and bustle of Westminster might be quite appealing for some but others may prefer to be somewhere a little quieter and a bit more removed.
Read Article ... Published on 23rd April, 2013