New Homes in the City of London
Home to the London Stock Exchange, the City of London is best known for being a place of work. The "Square Mile", however is also home to loads of amazing bars and restaurants and one of the nation's most exciting art and performance centres: The Barbican Centre. The demand for houses in and around @The City@ is therefore on the rise considering its convenience and appeal making the borough a great rental potential area with it's halo always expanding to surrounding areas like Aldgate, Clerkenwell and Shoreditch.
Take a look at all the closest available developments to the City of London below
Live the City of London life
Known as London’s financial heartland and the historic centre of the English capital, property in the Square Mile is extremely sought after. We could help you get a head start on the competition with offers such as our Movemaker scheme, where you can avoid having to stump up the money for agency fees.
Things to see and do in the City of London
From London Bridge to St Paul’s Cathedral and the Museum of London, there’s an array of top attractions all either within or just a short stroll from the City. Spots like the London Mithraeum in the heart of the area show off the local history to dramatic effect, while you can sample modern delights with a trip up to the Sky Garden.
Whether you’re frequenting some of the most stylish bars and restaurants London has to offer or catching an inspirational performance at the Barbican, you can also visit the Bank of England Museum. Don’t miss Leadenhall Market for a unique shopping and dining experience along historic cobbled streets, covered by a structure dating back to the 17th century.
If you have children to think of, you’ll be encouraged to know there are some excellent schools either in the City of London or with catchment areas that include the Square Mile. Sir John Cass’s Foundation Primary is outstanding according to Ofsted, along with St Clement Danes CofE and Central Foundation Boys’ School.
If you’re after a private school, St Paul’s Cathedral School is a mixed independent which caters for children aged between four and 13, while the City of London School caters for boys aged from 10 to 18.
City of London transport links
There are a number of key train and Tube stations within the City, including Liverpool Street, Blackfriars, Monument and Fenchurch Street. From buses to express trains to Stansted Airport and Underground services on the Central, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines, you’re well covered for getting around Central London and beyond.
The City of London property scene
With house prices significantly higher than the rest of Inner London and the capital as a whole, the property market in the City of London is very strong. Thanks to fine developments such as our Landmark Place complex, which offers unparalleled residential views of Tower Bridge and the River Thames, this is a wonderful place to buy a home.Whether you’re delving into the latest properties on offer in the City or browsing the 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments close by in Walthamstow, opposite Blackhorse Road station, don’t miss offers like the scheme. Available to first-time buyers, the government could contribute 40% towards your purchase in the form of an equity loan through this initiative.