3 Bedroom Flat
Essex Street, WC2R
£11,265 pcm
4 Bedroom Terraced House
Brandesbury Square, Repton Park, IG8
£4,000 pcm
5 Bedroom Detached house
Fairview Road, Chigwell, IG7
£3,400 pcm
3 Bedroom Flat
Elm Park, SW2
£3,400 pcm
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3 Bedroom Flat
Upper Street, Islington, N1
£3,250 pcm
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3 Bedroom Flat
Killyon Road, SW8
£3,150 pcm
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5 Bedroom Terraced House
Frith Road, Leyton, E11
£3,000 pcm
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3 Bedroom Flat
Brighton Terrace, SW9
£2,835 pcm
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3 Bedroom Flat
Cambridge Heath Road, London, E2
£2,500 pcm
3 Bedroom Flat
Albion Avenue, SW8
£2,500 pcm
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3 Bedroom Flat
Finchley Road, London, NW11
£2,300 pcm
4 Bedroom Semi-detached house
Durham road, E12
£2,100 pcm
3 Bedroom Terraced House
Adelaide Road, Leyton, E10
£2,000 pcm
3 Bedroom Semi-detached house
Colman Road, E16
£1,800 pcm
4 Bedroom Terraced House
Goodmayes Lane, IG3
£1,800 pcm
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3 Bedroom Flat
Green Street, E7
£1,800 pcm
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4 Bedroom Terraced House
Heaton Close, RM3
£1,700 pcm
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3 Bedroom Terraced House
Ilford, IG6 2QS
£1,600 pcm
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3 Bedroom Semi-detached house
Chigwell, IG7 6NG
£1 pcm

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London truly caters for anyone from families to young professionals. No matter your priorities, there’s a borough with the perfect area for you. Whether you’re looking for a calmer neighbourhood with good schools for your young family or you’re looking for a vibrant, trendy district that’s well-connected to the City, London has it!

The city of London was founded by the Romans and in the third century, the Romans gave the area the name Londinium. Over the many centuries that passed, London had its fair share of historical moments including the establishment of Westminster Abbey in 1065, the Great Fire of London in 1666, the opening of the London Underground in 1863 and the Great Smog of 1952 to name a few. But the capital city has always continued to grow and prosper, especially following the 2012 Olympics which propelled London into the cultural and financial centre of Europe.

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