5 London locations to move to in 2019

As we move into a new year, we take a look at just a few of the many great places to live in London. Here’s our pick of 5 suggested London locations to move to in 2019.

1. Fulham

We couldn’t list the best London locations to move to in 2019 without mentioning Fulham.

Fulham is often regarded as one of London’s most desirable areas, and we believe that it’s one of the best locations to move to this year. Not only is Fulham an ideal location for families – plenty of green open spaces, a real community feel and excellent schools, but it’s also becoming increasingly popular with young professionals.

With the third highest number of reduced properties currently on the market in the whole of London, Fulham is also one of the best locations to buy property right now.

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2. Bermondsey

Bermondsey was named by the Sunday Times as the best place to live in London in 2018, and we think that it’s still one of the top London locations to move to this year. Described as an area that “epitomises the modern urban good life”, Bermondsey is home to a large number of young, affluent professionals who enjoy living in quirky and creative properties. Previously disused buildings and railway arches are becoming converted into enticing bars, galleries, and restaurants full of character.

The average property price in Bermondsey is only £562,432 making it a great place to buy, especially since the delights of central London are right on your doorstep.


3. Notting Hill

An ever-popular London location, we think Notting Hill is a great option to move to this year. An elegant area with a delightful village feel makes Notting Hill a lovely location to live in central London that’s hard to beat. Great transport connections, easy access to open spaces and excellent schools, as well as being full of character mean it’s a location that’s ideal for both families and fashionable young professionals.

While neighbouring areas in Kensington & Chelsea fall in value, Notting Hill is on the rise and has recently become the fastest growing area of prime central London as it grows in popularity.


4. Clapham

Clapham ranks highly as a location to move to for both families and young professionals and is one of London’s most popular residential areas. Endless great restaurants and cafes, beautiful large open spaces, excellent transport links as well as a lively atmosphere make for a high quality of life for residents.

Covering a large area, there’s a wide variety of different homes in an ever-thriving property market, that includes many stunning period properties as well as design-led new builds.


5. Camden

Camden is a fantastic London location to move to that has it all. Situated close to Islington, Kings Cross and Kentish Town, it’s ideally located for those looking to be within easy reach of central London but still live in a neighbourhood that’s full of character. It’s a diverse, artistic hub with plenty of great shops and eateries, not to mention it’s famous market and incredible arts venues that attract swathes of visitors. In addition, when there is the need to get away from the hustle and bustle and enjoy peaceful surroundings, Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill are within easy reach.

Camden features a range of properties for buyers including many stunning Edwardian and Victorian houses, delightful Mews, and creative loft-style apartments.