Knight Frank estate agents covering Holborn
King’s Cross estate agents Knight Frank, handles residential property for sale and to rent in an area that includes King’s Cross, Bloomsbury, Camden, and Holborn. We also specialise in new build apartments in the newly created N1C postcode.</strong
Houses and flats for sale in Holborn
Holborn is traditionally known to be a commercial area with strong links to the legal profession, however in recent years it has become a convenient residential location due to its proximity to the City and West End. There is a real mix of properties from converted offices and warehouses to grand period houses and high-end apartments.
Just like the variety of properties found in Holborn it appeals to a real mix of buyers and Tenants. With several Universities such as the University of London, King’s, LSE and SOAS located nearby it is particularly popular with International students.
They are mainly looking for high-end one and two bedroom flats in new build developments with 24hour concierge. The area also appeals to professionals especially Lawyers and barristers who may require a pied-a-terre within walking distance of work.
Over recent years Holborn has become increasingly popular with buyers and tenants due to its central location and compared to more established neighbouring areas such as Covent Garden you can get more property for your money.
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Living in Holborn
Holborn benefits from fantastic transport links including both Holborn and Chancery Lane tube stations. Also with Farringdon and Tottenham Court Road Crossrail stations opening within walking distance of Holborn it is proving to be a popular location.
Holborn is home to Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London’s largest public square and Lambs Conduit Street with its array of independent shops and cafes. However if you are looking for your traditional high street stores these can be found on High Holborn.
Holborn is also home to the world famous Hatton Gardens jewellery quarter with over 55 shops making it the largest cluster of jewellery retailers in the United Kingdom. Running parallel to Hatton Gardens is Leather Lane where you can find one of London’s favourite street markets with plenty of food stalls serving a variety of food every weekday.
Being such a central location Holborn benefits from having some major tourist attractions on its doorstep such as the British Museum and the John Soane Museum. Other notable attractions are The Dickens Museum in Doughty Street and Foundling Museum in Brunswick Square.
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