Hampton, Hampton Wick and Hampton Hill: renting guide

Hampton is popular with first-time renters, workers from the large companies dotted around the area and especially families, looking for large houses close to the area's good schools.

Chris Donovan, from the Hampton Hill branch of Snellers Estate Agents, says there is a busy rental market in the Hamptons. “It is popular with first-time renters, staff at the National Physical Laboratory — the largest employer in the area — and with families and workers from large companies such as GlaxoSmithKline and British American Tobacco.

A one-bedroom flat in a modern development rents for between £850 and £950 a month but for something exceptional it could go as high as £1,600 a month. There is strong demand from families for houses close to Hampton School and The Lady Eleanor Holles School.”

Donovan recently let a four-bedroom, double-fronted Edwardian semi-detached house within 100 yards of one of the schools for £2,300 a month. For investors, the rental yield is between four and five per cent.



Average prices: renting flats and houses in Hampton, Hampton Hill and Hampton Wick
One-bedroom flat: £962 a month
Two-bedroom flat: £1,336 a month
Two-bedroom house: £1,935 a month
Three-bedroom house: £1,973 a month
Four-bedroom house: £2,511 a month
Source: zoopla.co.uk


> READ MORE: PROPERTY AREA GUIDE TO HAMPTON, HAMPTON WICK AND HAMPTON HILL


 


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