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London Zone 1 | Barbican - A fortified outpost of London

The Barbican is located in the East London. It was originally one of the ancient city gates of the City of London. It was severely bombed during World War II, so the Barbican House Village was rebuilt.

London Zone 1 | Elephant and Castle - Ivory Handles and Cutlers’ Implements

Elephant and Castle is a major road junction in central London, located in the second district of southeast London, belonging to London Borough of Southwark. This subway station includes the Northern Line and Bakerloo Line.

London Zone 1 | Paddington - Witness Birth of the Royal

Paddington belongs to Westminster in the centre of London, postcode is W2. It is west by Kensington, south to the Chelsea. There are the famous Paddington Railway Station, St. Mary's Hospital, and Haydn Square.

London Zone 1 | Holborn - River through a Steep Valley

Holborn is located in London zone1 and the postcode is WC1. It sites between Westminster and Camden , having a close distance to Soho, and Fitzrovia.

London Zone 1 | Westminster - The Collegiate Church of St Peter

You can see London's famous attractions in Westminster, including the House of Parliament, Big Ben, London Eye, and Westminster Abbey, etc.

London Zone 1 | Marylebone - The Poshest Neighbourhoods

Do you want to be Madonna, Paul McCartney's neighbour?

London Zone 1 | Soho - Live Entertainment and Pulsating Nightlife

Over the past few decades, Soho has become known for its smoky bars and lively nightlife. Nowadays, Soho has been transformed and has become the most desirable place for media people and urbanites to live.

London Zone 1 | Islington - The Best Georgian and Victorian Properties

The Borough of Islington straddles the first and second north London boroughs. What was once a crowded London suburb has grown into a bustling, upscale community and a destination for celebrities, socialites and fast-paced professionals.

London Zone 1 | Earl‘s Court - An Impressive Art Deco Exhibition Centre

Did you know there is an £8 billion urban renewal project that will bring 7,500 new homes to Earls Court - 1,500 of which are government concessions? What is the selling point of this area? Are there good schools? Let's take a look!

London Zone 1 | Chelsea - Football Clubs and Lavish Neighbours

Chelsea is located in London zone1, next to the River Thames, a fashionable art district in central London. Its zip code includes SW3, SW10 and SW1 of a district. Chelsea currently does not have its own subway station.

London Zone 1 | Clerkenwell - The Terminus for World's First Railway

If you are familiar with classic works of English literature, I believe you must be familiar with Clerkenwell! She appeared in Charles Dickens' classic novel Oliver Twist; also in Shakespeare's sonnets.

London Zone 1 | Mayfair - Occupying Prestigious Spot on Monopoly Boards

Mayfair is the top commercial and residential area in London, where the headquarters of many financial companies and embassies of various countries are located; every few steps are high-end Michelin restaurants and five-star hotels.

London Zone 1 | South Kensington - Little Paris in London

South Kensington is a well-known rich area in London. South Kensington is mainly composed of the commercial area around South Kensington Metro Station, the cultural and educational area, as well as the surrounding parks and residential areas.

London Zone 1 | Kings Cross - Harry Potter's Platform 9 3/4

King's Cross has become the most fashionable and sought-after area in London in recent years. It can be said to be the fastest and most changing area in the London area. Come and see what is so attractive about this area!

London Zone 1 | Victoria - Here in the Name of the Queen

The former Victoria District was a busy office area, and the daily commuting traffic and serious and tense atmosphere covered the entire boulevard. Today, it's a vibrant residential neighbourhood with modern architecture, promenades and specialty dining and boutiques.

London Zone 1 | Fitzrovia - Celebrity Homes and Historic Buildings

Fitzrovia is an area located in the very centre of London. Excellent location - you can walk to the British Museum, Regent's Park, and shopping on Oxford Street is basically as easy as walking to your back garden.

London Zone 1 | Walworth - A Historically Crowded and Socially Disadvantaged District

Walworth is located in the London 1 area, with postcodes SE1 and SE17, belonging to the Southwark borough, adjacent to Elephant & Castle, Camberwell , Kennington . Walworth is a historically old agricultural area and is today a value-add location with great potential.

London Zone 1 | City of London - The Financial and Commercial Heart

The City of London is one of the most important financial centres in the world. There are more than 400,000 bankers, accountants, lawyers, financial specialists, etc. working here, with an annual income of up to 45 billion pounds! The West Causeway alone accounts for 14% of the UK's GDP.

London Zone 1 | Bloomsbury - The Intellectual and Literary Capital of London

Bloomsbury, belonging to the City of London, is administratively under the jurisdiction of the Kenton District, located in the northwest of central London. During the 17th and 18th centuries, the Dukes of Bedford developed the area into a fashionable residential area.

London Zone 1 | Bayswater - The Focus of a Wave of Settlement

Bayswater is located between Hyde Park and trendy Notting Hill, which has transformed from an obscure area into an up-and-coming high-end residential area. Come and see what attracts this area place it!

London Zone 1 | Notting Hill - Meet Unexpected Romance

Notting Hill is a legend of overturning the rise and fall of the real estate market and changing fashion. After the end of the Second World War, Notting Hill revitalized and innovated. It has become the most unique neighbourhood in the world, from a once unknown farm path to a well-known business treasure and high-end residential area.

London Zone 1 | South Bank - Dotted with Arts and Cultural Venues

South Bank (SE1) is located in London zone1. There are many famous attractions and facilities nearby, such as Big Ben, London Eye, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, etc., so the area is also known as the cultural pearls. Living in this area can enjoy the most famous scenery and the most fashionable life style in London.

London Zone 1 | Hoxton - A Sort of ‘North End’ to Rival the West End

Hoxton is located in London zone1. It is now the centre of fashion brand hippies, surrounded by many famous tourist attractions such as Shoreditch, Islington and Brick Lane. There are countless galleries, cafes and restaurants, attracting many fashionable young people to live here.

London Zone 1 | Covent Garden - Destination attracting Food-lovers and Fashionistas alike

The history of Covent Garden can be traced back to the Plantagenet Dynasty. From the "special supply" orchard of Westminster Abbey at that time, after several changes of hands and development, it has become a distinctive commodity market today.

London Zone 2 | Canary Wharf - A Leading Financial Centre

Canary Wharf is an emerging financial city of London, located in the second district of East London, and one of the world-renowned financial centres. Canary Wharf extends eastward with a city airport, across the Thames River in the south is Greenwich, and in the west it connects Surrey Quay and Canada Water.

London Zone 2 | Ladbroke Grove - A centre of Music and culture

Ladbroke Grove is located in London zone2. Due to its proximity to Notting Hill, the rise of Notting Hill has also led to the rise of the Ladbroke Grove area. There are many large Victorian houses and slightly smaller Edwardian houses on the river bank in the Ramserv Grove area.

London Zone 2 | Stratford - A Thriving and Vibrant East London Community

The housing prices and convenient transportation in the Stratford area are more attractive factors, especially for young working class or "Buy to Let" investors. If you can afford it, you can buy a good type of house in Stratford, such as Victorian terrace houses

London Zone 2 | Surrey Quays - A preferred destination for commuters near the financial centre

Surrey Quays is a major residential area in the southeast of London, adjacent to Canada Water and South Dock. Because this area is close to the City of London, it is home to many upperclassmen.

London Zone 2 | Holloway - Be neighbours with Doctor Who and Maze Runner

For those who don't have the money to buy Highgate and Islington, Holloway is their best choice! Especially now that Holloway Prison is closed, house prices in this area are bound to increase a lot.

London Zone 2 | Limehouse - London's Oldest Canal

Limehouse in East London has an excellent location, between City of London and Canary Wharf, and is very popular with young office workers and investors.

London Zone 2 | Clapham - Traditional Gentrified Area close to Central London

The reason why Clapham has become a lively urban area in the south is not only the geographical division of London Zone2, but also the good living atmosphere, convenient transportation, and a group of residents who love nightlife.

London Zone 2/3 | Greenwich - The Line Divides the Earth into Two Sides

Greenwich is located in the southeast London zone2, on the south bank of the River Thames, and belongs to the London borough of Greenwich.

London Zone 2 | Queen's Park - Victorian Historic Area

Queen’s Park, a green belt area in the central London, intersects with different municipalities, which is built to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Queen Victoria I's reign.

London Zone 2 | Hackney Central - A free street graffiti destination

Hackney Central is located in Northeast London zone2 and belongs to the London Borough of Hackney.


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