If you are looking for property to rent in Soho, GLP has a wide selection of properties to offer. Whether you’re looking for a modern, stylish apartment or a larger house, our selection of Soho to rent properties has something to suit every kind of renter.
Why Live in Soho?
One of the first business areas in London, Soho is now well-known for its boho, creative vibe and is a firm favourite with creative people, particularly those who want to start their own company or work with one of the many independent media and filmmaking companies in the area. It’s West End location also makes it a perfect choice for those who need to commute into the city with excellent transport links.
What is There to Do in Soho?
If you’re looking for property to rent near Soho, there’s certainly no shortage of things to do for people who live in this area, making it an excellent choice for anybody who likes a vibrant social life. The area is home to several independent restaurants and bars, plus a vibrant selection of clubs that makes it an ideal choice for a night out. If you’re a foodie, Soho is a dream location for you offering a wide range of different cuisines to try - the Berwick Street Market is a must-visit with plenty of fabulous on-the-go options.
Soho to let properties are an ideal choice for anybody who wants to keep their commute to work in the centre of London short and sweet. It is surrounded by some of the most famous roads in the city including Regent Street, Oxford Street, Charing Cross Road, and Shaftesbury Avenue, so hopping on public transport straight from your doorstep has never been easier. Right in the centre of London, it benefits from easy connections to key transport hubs like Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Tottenham Court Road underground stations. And, you can easily get from Soho to Canary Wharf via Crossrail from Tottenham Court Road in less than 20 minutes.
Like to spend your Friday nights and weekends being entertained? Look for property to let in Soho and you will never be too far from something to do. As a central creative and artsy area in the city of London, you can be sure to find plenty of shows and entertainment options here, from stand-up comedy to musical performances, film festivals and more. And the West End is just a short journey away where there are never-ending Broadway shows to enjoy.
Cost of Living:
The cost of living in Soho is quite typical of London, with average studio rental prices around £300 per week. However, the central location means that people who live in this area often save a great deal on commuting to work and getting around, since everything is right on your doorstep.
If you are looking to rent in London, Soho is a fantastic and vibrant destination. Check out our range of gorgeous properties available to rent in Soho and book a viewing today.