New Homes in Central London
The pulsating heart of one of the most exciting cities in the world. Central London has everything to offer and more. From the shows of Covent Garden to the elegance and subtlety of Pimlico and Clerkenwell, the grandeur of Mayfair and the vibrancy of Shoreditch, Lambeth and Aldgate, Central London has the ability of morphing from quiet and residential to bustling and lively within just a couple of streets.
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Live the Central London life
Prepare for a life at the epicentre of one of the world’s most exciting cities when you buy a new home in Central London. Doing so may be even more realstic than you think, thanks to like our scheme, where you could save a small fortune on estate agent fees.
Things to see and do in Central London
Where to start. From the Tower of London to Big Ben, the Palace of Westminster, Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey, Central London is brimming with iconic sights known right across the globe. Then there are incredible cultural draws like the British Museum, the National Gallery and the Natural History Museum, not to mention Shakespeare’s Globe and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
You can also take advantage of a plethora of green spaces such as Hyde Park, Regent’s Park and Kensington Gardens, while a short stroll over to Hampstead Heath offers spectacular views back across the English capital. Visit the Museum of London and the O2, enjoy breathtaking panoramas of the cityscape from the London Eye and catch your breath in Trafalgar Square. The Tate Modern, Marble Arch, National Portrait Gallery and the Museum of Happiness are all must-sees too.
London is renowned for its educational institutions, such as University College London, and this stretches all the way down to primary schools for little ones. There’s an array of schools rated as outstanding by Ofsted, including St Clement Danes CofE in Holborn, Pimlico Primary, Marylebone’s Hampden Gurney CofE and Millbank Academy in Westminster.
There are also lots of fine private and state secondary schools and colleges, including the St Marylebone CofE School and Westminster’s Grey Coat Hospital, both of which are in Ofsted’s top bracket. The same goes for King’s College London Maths School and Harris Westminster Sixth Form. Queen’s College London, Westminster School and City of London School, meanwhile, are among the top independents.
Central London transport links
London’s public transport system is one of the largest urban networks in the world, encompassing everything from buses to trains and boats. Central London is at the heart of this, offering a range of London Underground stations which make it incredibly easy to get around the city. Bike hire and taxis are very popular, while nearby airports include Heathrow and Gatwick, both easily reachable via public transport.
The Central London property scene
As one of the most in-demand spots you can think of, it’s no surprise there’s a booming property market in Central London. Prices soar above the capital’s average, and it’s no wonder with spectacular properties such as those you’ll find in our Landmark Place development, which offers unrivalled waterfront views out across the River Thames towards Tower Bridge.
Whether you’re looking at Lambeth’s Nine Elms Point or the stunning 1, 2 and even 3 bedroom apartments available on Western Avenue in Acton, don’t forget to check whether you could benefit from an offer like the London Help to Buy scheme, where the government provides you with a 40% equity loan to help fund your purchase.