Paddington

Discover the vibrant hotspot on the city's doorstep

Famous for being where a small fictional bear from Peru was found, Paddington is perched on the edge of central London and despite a huge and ongoing regeneration scheme of apartments and offices, maintains a great sense of community. Best of all, it's easy to walk to work into the West End. VIEW FULL ARTICLE HERE
 

Discover the vibrant hotspot on the city's doorstep

Famous for being where a small fictional bear from Peru was found, Paddington is perched on the edge of central London and despite a huge and ongoing regeneration scheme of apartments and offices, maintains a great sense of community. Best of all, it's easy to walk to work into the West End. VIEW FULL ARTICLE HERE
 

A famous London spot with a great sense of community

On the north-west edge of central London, this neighbourhood is best known for being where a small fictional bear from Peru was found. Now home to one of London's largest regeneration projects, Paddington is attracting families and international investors looking to make the most of good transport connections to Heathrow and the city.

Commuter homes along the new London to Oxford trainline

All eight commuter options - including the best of Berkshire’s villages, Reading, Goring and Oxford - are within 60 minutes’ journey time and the new line will also provide direct links to the West End and City for the first time.

This Berkshire hotspot is booming

Families can’t lose in this booming Berkshire spot with great schools and good-value houses an hour from central London - but now is the time to buy.

The Crossrail effect: Paddington to Liverpool Street

The staggering house price growth in prime central London may price you out of this part of town, but central London's gleaming new mega stations are already causing property ripples in the surrounding neighbourhoods, too. In part four of our Crossrail series, we reveal the city centre fringe areas to watch.

‘Bargain’ postcodes in prime central London

A study of prime London’s heartland published today shows there are still a handful of postcodes where buyers without a seven-figure budget could invest wisely before soaring prices catch up with the area.

10 hot homes: Crossrail

We take a property tour along the new Crossrail route, due to open in 2018, starting from Southall in the west, heading through the city towards Woolwich in the east, and find homes to suit earlybird buyers on a budget