Earl's Court / West Brompton (SW5)
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- Double Room
- £219 pw
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- £194 pw
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Fantastic location between Kensington and Chelsea...
Superbly convenient for Kensington, Chelsea, West End, City, Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Excellent connections via Piccadilly and District underground, Clapham, Gatwick and south coast overground rail, and A4 road links. An established, cool and coveted place to live.
Earls Court... a good address and safe residential location. It is lively and bustling and very well-connected travel-wise. It has lots of hotels, shops, restaurants, bars and cafes which cater to all budgets and international tastes.
Just 5 minutes walk away are Kensington High St, King's Road Chelsea & Knightsbridge. And the West End and Soho are just a 20 minute tube ride away.
Not as expensive as other parts of the Royal Borough but just as good!
A really nice place to be in.
Perfect for the city worker. An upmarket, trendy and safe area with easy access to Central London.
Convenient access to Piccadilly and District Line trains. Within 15 minutes walk of many of Kensington's attractions, museums, parks, shopping streets, bars and restaurants.
There is a very convenient Marks and Spencer on the corner with an oddbins wine shop on the other. There is also a "Boris Bike" available in the road.
Earls Court is one of the major crossroads on the London Underground system, so it's excellently located for travelling around central London.
In addition, the streets of Earls Court feel safe.
Most of the buildings were built 150 years ago as family homes, around lovely garden squares. 99% of the houses have now been converted into flats, but a lot of the period features have been retained, so they're nice homes to live in.
Earls Court is one of the nicest parts of London to live in, with reasonable rental prices, lovely garden squares, a safe atmosphere on the streets, and easy access into central London.
I'm a born and bred Londoner and I recommend Earls Court highly.
I have lived in SW5 for over 30 years and LOVE IT. It is easy to get around, safe and friendly.