Even in a city as diverse as London, Camden stands out as a truly unique place. Throughout its history, Camden Town has been a hotbed of creative talent. Artists, musicians, and writers have all travelled across the country to make their home in Camden. Today, Camden is still one of the best places in London for aspiring creators.
Why Live In Camden?
As well as access to the historic Camden Town, flats to rent in Camden also provides tenants access to the adjacent Regent’s Park.
Of course, one of the best reasons to look at flats to rent Camden is Camden Market. There are endless bargains to be found here, everything from food to clothes to CDs (yes, they still exist).
What Is There To Do In Camden?
Camden Market is something that everybody should experience at least once. Head west from the market, and you will come to Regent’s Park. Within the park is London Zoo, which makes for a wonderful day out with the family. Many people are surprised to learn that they can see zebras, giraffes, lemurs, and even African Hunting Dogs in the middle of London. London Zoo’s menagerie is impressive to behold and a must-see attraction for any animal lovers and conservationists.
Walking through Camden is a delight thanks to the exquisite architecture, many flats for rent in Camden are situated in beautiful Georgian and Victorian buildings. The walk from Camden Town to London’s West End is particularly lovely.
Mornington Crescent and Camden Town Tub stations are both on the Northern Line. There is also Camden Road Overground station.
Camden is well-served by several bus routes. Six 24-hour buses drive through Camden as part of their route. Fun fact - the oldest bus route in London, which has been running between Hampstead and Pimlico since 1912, goes through Camden.
There are multiple entertainment and music venues in Camden. Among them is the Electric Ballroom, a renowned venue that has hosted some of the most significant musical acts in history over the decades. The Electric Ballroom might not be as big as Wembley Stadium, but it is still an incredible venue where performers can put on an intimate show. Despite its relatively small size, the Electric Ballroom continues to attract some of the biggest acts in the world.
Just to the south of Regent’s Park is Madame Tussauds, a London landmark that attracts thousands of tourists from around the world every year.
Camden flats to rent put these attractions and many more right on your doorstep.
Cost Of Living:
Camden is a relatively expensive area to live in. There are flats for rent near Camden that enable you to benefit from everything that Camden has to offer without having to live right in the middle of it.
Camden borough has a lot going for it. It’s easy to see why it continues to attract so many visitors. Greater London Properties has numerous properties in Camden available to buy or rent. Search through our online catalogue today and book a viewing of the perfect flat for you.