What can the average London property price buy you?

According to Rightmove, the average London property price is £609,205 – more than double the national average of £301,973. But what can you actually buy for this price, and where? Here’s a quick list of a few properties currently available to buy for this budget in zones 1 – 3 in the capital…

Zone 1

The £600,000 mark in London’s prime central residential locations generally delivers an upmarket and well designed 1 bedroom apartment. There are opportunities to find some great 2 bedroom properties at this price level, however, they’re less frequent and tend to be slightly north of this.

For a one bedroom, take a look at this apartment within a Grade II listed building in South Kensington, situated on the desirable stretch of Onslow Gardens with stunning views and access to the communal gardens: view property

Asking price – £600,000

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Credit – Chestertons

For a two bedroom, take a look at this split level apartment close to Earl’s Court that’s been finished to a very high standard: view property

Asking price – £600,000 (guide)

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Zone 2

Containing some of London’s most popular residential areas, particularly among working professionals, £600,000 stretches considerably further in zone 2, with opportunities to find some great two and three bedroom properties in sought after locations.

For a two bedroom property just minutes from the heart of Brixton, take a look at this larger than average ground floor flat that’s a beautifully designed open plan layout with two private gardens: view property

Asking price – £600,000

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For a two bedroom property in Fulham, take a look at this superb flat with a mezzanine level located in a Victorian terrace, close to West Brompton stations: view property

Asking price – £600,000

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Credit – John D Wood & Co

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For a three bedroom flat in nearby Hammersmith, take a look at this unfurnished, split level period property with a roof terrace close to Queens Club Gardens: view property

Asking price – £609,000

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Credit – Lawson Rutter

Zone 3

Three bedroom properties are fairly commonplace for around the £600,000 mark in zone 3, buyers are also able to find a bargain through houses that are unfurnished or require a little touch of work available at this price level.

This three bedroom unfurnished terraced house in Tooting has been recently renovated to a high standard, complete with reception room, utility room, cloakroom and south facing garden: view property

Asking price – £600,000

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Credit – Daniel James

North-West London can offer some remarkable value for money. Take a look at this four bedroom, family terraced house in Barrs Road that’s split over three floors with a private landscaped garden on a quiet residential road: view property

Asking price – £600,000

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Credit – Hart & Co

*Property information courtesy of Rightmove