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Earls Court

Overview

For those who are looking for a central location, where you live, shop and eat out, without the price tag of South Kensington, this is it.

Key features

  • Central
  • Vibrant
  • Touristic
  • Shops

Average monthly rent

1 Bed

£2099

2 Bed

£3154

3 Bed

£4908

4 Bed

£7448

Additional information

Near upmarket Kensington, Earls Court combines leafy Victorian residential squares, chain hotels, hostels, and busy commercial streets. A few supermarkets, one of them being a very large Tesco, complement the shopping offering.

Office workers and international travellers mingle in the fast-food joints and old-school pubs lining Earls Court Road.
Cultural offerings include intimate pop and rock performances at the iconic Troubadour coffee house and contemporary plays and musicals at the Finborough Theatre.

The District and Piccadilly Line will take you pretty much anywhere in London, in no time.

Property-wise you will find gorgeous residentialb streets lined with Victorian and Georgian houses.

To find greenery, we recommend Brompton Cemetery or Holland Park, which are both in walking distance.

What you will find in Earl’s Court

  • A lively and touristic area
  • A lot of shops, restaurants, bars, cinemas…
  • A large number of hotels
  • A residential area with beautiful mansions
  • Large supermarket (Tesco) 2 minutes walk from the tube station
  • The charming neighbourhood of South Kensington nearby
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