Flats To Rent in Holborn

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Flat, Little Turnstile, Holborn

Convenient studio set in the centre of Holborn which offers enviable connections to the rest of the capital. Covent Garden within a few moments walk.

Price £195 pw    £845 pcm
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2 Bedroom Flat, Great Queen St, Covent Garden

This bright two double bedroom apartment is set perfectly between Holborn and Covent garden stations, perfect for students or professionals, walking distance to Piccadilly Circus and Chancery Lane.

Price £400 pw    £1,733 pcm
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Holborn is a district within the borough of Camden. The area has a reputation for being trendy and fashionable and is rapidly becoming one of the most popular places to live in London.

Why Live In Holborn?

Holborn is generally regarded as being one of the best places in London for families. Parents can find flats to rent Holborn that put them in the catchment area for good schools. The local education in Holborn is generally regarded as being excellent. The area regularly ranks highly on lists of the most liveable places in the UK.

Holborn is also home to London’s diamond district, Hatton Garden. The area has been infamous since 2015 when thieves stole £200 million worth of valuables from an underground vault.

Today, Holborn is dominated by commercial properties. Many offices and other commercial premises have been constructed in recent years. As a result, flats to rent near Holborn are popular with the growing number of workers who work there.

Holborn is on the western boundary of The City of London. Not only is this a prime location in the very heart of London, but it means that residents of Holborn have easy access to The City and its amenities.

What Is There To Do In Holborn?

Not only is Holborn itself a desirable place to live and a great place to visit, but it is surrounded by things to see and do. For example, Regent Street, Covent Garden, and Oxford Street are within walking distance of Holborn. Needless to say, if you’re looking for an upmarket shopping experience, it doesn’t get much more upmarket than this. However, flats to rent in Holborn also provide you with access to numerous independent boutiques.

Another big selling point of flats for rent in Holborn is the number of museums in the local area. The Charles Dickens Museum is situated north of Holborn. The National Gallery is easily accessed by walking through Covent Garden.

Getting Around:

Holborn has an eponymous Tube station. Because it is adjacent to The City of London, residents can easily access other stations by walking a short distance. The City Thameslink Overground station is also within walking distance.

Several bus routes pass through Holborn and many more skirt around The City. There are also numerous night buses you can catch after dark. Holborn’s proximity to The City, its central location, and its public transport links make it a popular place to live for commuters.

Entertainment:

Holborn’s main entertainment attractions are museums. The British Museum has a lot to explore, so you will need to make several trips if you want to experience it properly. Holborn flats to rent are also adjacent to Covent Garden. Not only does Covent Garden offer a great retail experience, but it is also a fantastic area to visit and walk around. There are a plethora of street performers and some excellent restaurants in Covent Garden.

Cost Of Living:

Holborn is more expensive than the London average. It is also more costly than Bloomsbury, which is nearby and has a similar character. However, there are flats available in Holborn at several different price points.

Greater London Properties has flats available to rent in Holborn. You can search through our catalogue and book a viewing online today.

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