Long Term Lettings - Rentals London
Rentals London offers an extensive range of long let properties, which we update on our website every hour. A long let contract usually runs for a minimum of one year, with a six-month break clause.
West London features popular areas such as Ealing; a leafy area with excellent travel connections into the centre of London. Here you will find the popular new development, Dickens Yard, which features spacious apartments close to Ealing Broadway Tube station. Heading further West, you will find Brentford, home to the Kew Bridge West development.
Central London is one of the busiest and most sought-after areas in London; it's where most tourists visit to the main attractions. The WC postcodes include Hyde Park, Mayfair and Marble Arch, while Bayswater and Paddington can be found in W2.
North London and North West London are home to popular areas which are often sought after by families due to the many open spaces nearby. Hampstead is a village in North West and is home to some of the most affluent people in the UK. Properties found in this area are often period houses and period conversions. One of the main attractions is Hampstead Heath, which offers 790 acres of open space.
Highgate is a similar area to Hampstead, with many open spaces to explore and is dotted with period properties. Colindale, in NW9, is home to the large modern development, Beaufort Park. The development is one of our most popular in North West London, due to affordable rents and convenience of amenities, such as 24-hour estate management and an on-site spa.
South London is divided into South West London and South East London. In South West London, you will find some of the most sought after and expensive areas in the Capital: Knightsbridge is home to two of the world's most famous departmental stores, Harrods and Harvey Nichols. There's also a strong selection of period red-brick properties that further enhance the appeal of the area.
Kensington is moments from attractions such as Kensington Palace, The Royal Albert Hall, and The Victoria and Albert museum. The properties range from new developments such as the prestigious, 375 Kensington High Street to Victorian mansion blocks.
Other popular SW postcodes include Fulham and Chelsea; two of London's most popular and fashionable areas, which feature boutique shops and upmarket restaurants.
South East London is found on the south side of the River Thames, where there are some of London's most exciting new developments. Kidbrooke Village is a dynamic development with good local travel links and modern apartments catered for the needs of London's young professionals. Greenwich is becoming an ever popular area thanks to its mixture of leafy open spaces and excellent travel links to Canary Wharf and the City.
East London is where you will find the City; London's top financial districts. Popular areas here include Bank, Moorgate, Shoreditch, Liverpool Street, Hoxton and Farringdon. The areas are diverse and offer something for everyone; from funky warehouse apartments, to modern developments such as The Heron.
Head towards the Docklands and you will find Tower Hamlets, Wapping and Canary Wharf. The latter is another major business district in London, and is often sought after by professionals who want to live close to work. Canary Wharf has seen major redevelopments over the last 20 years and is one of the most modern areas in London, with sky-rise residential towers and mega shopping malls, all surround by the River Thames.
- Beaufort Park
- Canary Wharf
- Hampstead (and Belsize Park)
- Hyde Park (and Bayswater and Mayfair)
- Imperial Wharf
- Kensington (and Earls Court)
- Knightsbridge (and Belgravia and Pimlico)
- Nine Elms
- St. John's Wood (and Maida Vale)
- Surrey Quays
- White City
- West Hampstead (and South Hampstead)
- Dickens Yard, Ealing
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- £1001 And Above