Letting Agents in Camden London NW1

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The central London borough of Camden was officially formed in 1965, bringing together the metropolitan districts of Hampstead, Holborn and St Pancras. The area's name was derived from the iconic Camden Town, which traces its roots back more than 200 years.

In 1791 Charles Pratt - the first Earl Camden - started up a development that grew into a major centre when Regent's Canal was opened to traffic in 1820. The borough went on to become an important industrial area as key railway stations arrived during the mid-19th century and although this function has now lessened it remains a commercially important part of the capital.


Houses for sale in Camden were recently found by the Land Registry to cost an average of £454,503. However, those looking for a home in the borough may prefer not to make a purchase in order to avoid the prospect of negative equity, as that value represents a 16 per cent fall over the last year. flats to rent in Camden typically cost £2,362 per month for two bedrooms, or £1,170 for a studio apartment.

In 2007, Camden Council noted that the official Office for National Statistics estimate of the borough's population is 227,500. It is relatively young compared to both London and the UK as a whole, with an average age of 35 - two years younger than the capital and five years less than the national figure.

Nearly three-quarters of residents were found to be below the age of 45, while 43 per cent were under 30. The 2001 census showed that 27 per cent of Camden's population represent black or ethnic minority groups - a proportion three times the English average.


Residents of Camden can gain easy access to other parts of the capital and beyond thanks to a variety of transport options. King's Cross, St Pancras and Euston railway stations are all located in the borough, having been built during the 19th century. The three serve as termini for the East Coast Main Line, Midland Main Line and West Coast Main Line respectively, while St Pancras is also now a terminal for the Eurostar service.

The stations also account for some of the London Underground access in the capital, in addition to Camden Town - a key interchange on the Northern Line. Other Tube Stations include Warren Street, which serves the Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines.


There is certainly no shortage of things to do and see in Camden, with the historically significant Camden Town area featuring Camden Market - visited by approximately 100,000 people each weekend. Those who are not satisfied with the vast range of goods on offer can also head over to Covent Garden, parts of which are located within the borough.

Some of Regent's Park - which houses London Zoo - is also situated in Camden, although Hampstead Heath is the largest of the green spaces, with parts of the famed 800-acre area having been open to the public since 1871.

Those seeking a taste of the cultural history of the area can visit the Camden Arts Centre, while the Roundhouse is sure to attract music lovers - having previously played host to the likes of Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, The Who and James Brown.

Camden & NW1 Travel guides

Camden Town Car Travel

Central London M25 Gatwick Airport Heathrow Airport
3 miles - 11 mins 13 miles - 24 mins 39 miles - 1h 9 mins 19 miles - 34 mins

Camden Town Train Travel

Nearest Station Zone London Station
Camden Town 2 Stratford

Camden Town Tube Travel

Nearest Station Zone Tube Line No. Stops to Main Station
Camden Town 2 Northern Euston 2

Property To Rent in Camden NW1

£681 per week

A spacious and well-presented 3 double bedroom flat with a large separate reception room, fitted kitchen, cloak room, shower room, own terrace & ample storage. Benefits include neutral décor, high ceilings, double lazed windows. Situated on this much sought after location overlooking Camden Square, located from all amenities as well as being within easy access of Kings Cross, Mornington Crescent, Islington & Angel

Tenant Fees May Apply

3 Bedroom Flat to rent in Abingdon Close, Camden, London, NW1

£495 per week

Presenting this newly refurbished one bedroom apartment in the Camden Town location. This property benefits from a rear new integrated seperate kitchen and spacious lounge area, beneficial for residents opposed to open plan living. Covering 452 sq. ft. in living space and situated on the first floor, double bedroom with new carpets and seperate bathroom, high ceilings and wooden floors in lounge and communal areas. Located a stone's throw from King's Cross St. Pancras and within walking distance of the many wonderful shops, cafés, bars, restaurants.

Tenant Fees May Apply

1 Bedroom Apartment to rent in Phoenix Road, Camden, London, NW1

£4,250 per week

Located in the heart of London's vibrant Camden, this 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom apartment (269 sq m/2,894 sq ft) has been refurbished to a high standard, whilst still retaining its industrial edge. Set within the Chappell Lofts development, the property further benefits from a large private terrace and spectacular Club Lounge providing residents with a private VIP entertainment venue for relaxation and entertaining. Facilities include a club lounge, bespoke cocktail bar/DJ booth, party/club sound/lighting system; 183 inch cinema screen, swimming pool, spa pool and gymnasium.

Tenant Fees May Apply

3 Bedroom Apartment to rent in Belmont Street, Camden, London, NW1

£425 per week

We are please to offer this newly refurbished studio apartment, furnished to a very high standard throughout, with beautiful modern fixtures and fittings and a particularly large bathroom. Set on the second floor of this stunning period house. Internet is also included in the rental price. Gloucester Crescent is moments from the vast amenities of Camden Town and Underground Station (Northern Line) and the fabulous open green spaces of both Regents Park and Primrose Hill. Please call 020 7431 3777 for more information or to arrange a viewing.

Tenant Fees May Apply

Studio Flat to rent in Gloucester Crescent, Camden Town, London, NW1

£305 per week

Rochester Place are proud to present this spacious and bright studio with a bathroom which is shared 1 other tenant. This studio is done to a high standard, benefiting from high ceilings, tons of natural lighting and double glazed windows. The property is Conveniently located in the heart of Camden within a short walk from Chalk Farm, Kentish Town & Primrose Hill. Easy access to Kings Cross, Euston, Holborn, Bloomsbury, Russell Square, The City & West End.

Tenant Fees May Apply

1 Bedroom Studio to rent in Camden High Street, Camden Town, London, NW1

£3,462 per week

This stunning four-bedroom apartment has been newly refurbished to an exceptional standard. Located on the sixth floor of a prestigious mansion block in Marylebone, it offers elegant living space flooded with natural light. The apartment features a private balcony overlooking a peaceful inner courtyard, 24-hour concierge service and access to a superb rooftop garden with breath-taking panoramic views of the London skyline. The apartment boasts a perfect blend of period elegance and modern comfort, making it an ideal home in an exclusive central location. The 32' reception room is particularly impressive, and there is also a separate high-spec fitted kitchen/breakfast room with a separate utility. The property comprises four large double bedrooms, three of which have luxury en-suite bath/shower rooms, and a family shower room. The apartment also benefits from gas central heating, attractive floor coverings, neutral decor, and quality fittings throughout. Baker Street and Marylebone stations are within an easy walk, providing unrivaled cross-London connections. A host of regular bus routes also link the surrounding area. The location is renowned for its array of fashionable shops, bars, and restaurants, with nearby Oxford Street and Bond Street offering a huge variety of shops, department stores, and amenities. The area is also well-served by beautiful open spaces, including nearby Hyde Park and the Serpentine River, Regent's Park, and iconic landmarks such as Marble Arch and Buckingham Palace.

Tenant Fees May Apply

4 Bedroom Flat to rent in Glentworth Street, Marylebone, London, NW1

£995 per week

Please note: that the property can only be occupied by families as there is no HMO license. Situated in a highly sought-after block close to Regent's Park, this apartment is spacious and well-maintained. The property features four double bedrooms, a separate eat-in kitchen, a generous reception/dining space, and two tiled bathrooms, providing ample living accommodation. The interiors are bright throughout, and the property benefits from a 24-hour concierge service. All amenities are just a short walk away, making it an ideal location to live in.

Tenant Fees May Apply

4 Bedroom Flat to rent in Gloucester Place, Marylebone, London, NW1

£825 per week

This is a bright and spacious two-bedroom apartment located in the heart of Bloomsbury, in a prime central location. The property has high-quality interiors, wood floors and a separate fitted kitchen. It is situated in an attractive mansion block with access to a communal roof terrace, providing a great view of the surrounding area. The apartment is well-connected with superb transport links. Warren Street Station is just a minute's walk away, while Great Portland St and Euston Square can be reached within 10 minutes on foot. Regents Park is also within walking distance, just 15 minutes away. Bloomsbury, located in central London, is primarily a residential area. However, it is home to several academic institutions that attract visitors, such as the University of London headquarters and the British Museum, which used to be the British Library. Bloomsbury has a rich history dating back to the 1660s when it was a rural area. Over time, it slowly developed into a village known as Bloomsbury Square. The famous Bloomsbury Market opened in 1730. Transport links to and from the area are excellent, with the Warren Street Station providing access to the Victoria and Northern Lines, and Euston Square offering access to the Circle, Hammersmith and City, and Metropolitan Lines.

Tenant Fees May Apply

2 Bedroom Apartment to rent in Euston Road, Euston, London, NW1

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