Mayfair has long been one of the most valuable and desirable areas in London, with a reputation as an area that once was mainly home to wealthy aristocrats and retirees. However, things have started to change in recent years, with around 60% of the population of Mayfair under 45 and the area drawing more attention from wealthy businesspeople and bankers. In addition, an influx of young people from overseas has changed the demographic of the area.
Why Live in Mayfair?
If you are looking to rent in Mayfair, this area is easily one of the most desirable in London, with several factors that make it a very attractive place to live. With close proximity to St James’s Park, Hyde Park, several restaurants, bars and, shops, this area has something for everybody. And, there are tons of different properties in Mayfair to rent on offer from Georgian houses to modern penthouses. It’s no surprise that Mayfair has become one of the most sought-after residential locations for people moving to London from all parts of the world.
Things to Do in Mayfair:
If you are looking to rent near Mayfair, there’s certainly no shortage of things to see and do in the nearby area. Those looking to let in Mayfair can find plenty of restaurants and bars within walking distance, with a choice of several excellent high-class eateries such as Sackville’s, Nobu, Jamavar, Trader Vic’s, Le Gavroche, and Corrigan’s Mayfair serving delicious foods, gorgeous fine wines, and fantastic cocktails. Shoppers will love the wide range of designer boutiques, independent furniture stores, and luxury stores selling everything from whisky and wine to fine art and luxury leather products.
If you are hoping to move to a location that provides you with excellent transport links into the centre of London and beyond, look no further than our properties in Mayfair to let. There are excellent links into many other parts of London from the City to the West End and beyond. Green Park, Bond Street, and Piccadilly Circus are just some of the tube stations located close to or in Mayfair, allowing residents to easily access all underground lines, along with superb bus links. Mayfair is also within walking distance to several key London areas like Oxford Street, Soho, and Covent Garden.
Cost of Living:
As one of the wealthiest neighbourhoods in London, the cost of living in Mayfair is, on average, slightly higher compared to the rest of the city - but most residents would consider it to be worth it. Aside from rental prices, it’s also worth taking into consideration the cost of residential parking if you have your own vehicle - although, with such excellent public transport links, you certainly don’t need one. It’s also worth noting the Band D council tax for the area, which is more than £650.
Mayfair is the perfect location choice for anybody looking to live in an affluent, luxurious area of London with excellent transport links into the city centre and beyond. Take a look at the range of properties that we currently have available to rent here.