Camden is one of my favourite places to live in London. Its skip away from Central London which makes it great too! Camden is associated with alternative culture, bustling markets, bars, public houses, nightclubs, arts and a thriving art scene!
Camden attracts young professionals, art and creative types and bohemians. Camden definitely has an energy about it.
The average price for property in Camden is around £930,000 however thats lower than the borough average. Flats have an average price of about £680,000 so there are more affordable options.
People love Camden because its central to everything, its got a great transportation network. Residents can jump on a quick underground to central locations like London Bridge, Old Street, Leicester Square, Waterlook and more! Cycling is a popular way to get around too and camden has many cycling routes available.
There’s lots of entertainment is Camden which makes it an ideal location for 18-35 year olds. It’s no surprise Camden’s got a pretty amazing Nightlife scene. You’ll find something for the rock and roller all the way to the techno head! There’s events happening all over camden that can will please all its residents and visitors.
Theres plenty of food options available too, Hache Burger is my favorite place, the restaurant is a lovely place to eat in with dark wood furniture and a candelabra hanging from the ceiling. However if you’re looking for something a bit more fancy check out Michael Nadra! Head to Q Grill if you’re looking for some grilled food cooked in a charcoal pit grill!
Camden is well known for its markets. The Camden Lock Market which brings almost 150,000 visitors a week to it. It showcases some of the Londons artists but has became a tourist attraction. Camden Stables Market once was a hospital for injured horses but now you’ll find loads of antiques here! The biggest market you’ve got though is Camden Market and you should go just to see the incredible venue that its hosted in.
Camden quite a trendy place to stay in London, its a bit less pretentious than Shoreditch and has a great sense of community. Its the sort of place you’ll find a Waitrose right next to a Poundland.
If you’re moving here for education though, you’re heading to a good spot too. There are several well performing secondary schools here. If you’ve decided to move here after all this check out Lhoda Group
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