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.
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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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