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Lots of Love for Little Venice

October 13, 2020    |   Panny Antoniou

Scenic walks by the canals and stunning architecture. Blink and you could be on a gondola, instead you are in one of London’s hidden gems – Little Venice.

Forming the junction of the Regent’s Canal and the Paddington Arm of the Grand Union Canal as well as the entry point to the Paddington Basin, the canals which permeate the area are what make Little Venice such as a unique place to live. With stucco fronted Regency era townhouses and mansions, it is one of the most striking and memorable districts in London. Originally forming part of Paddington and Maida Vale, Little Venice today has its own unique identity. With a number of Canalside venues including the Canal Café Theatre, Puppet Theatre Barge, and the three Grade II listed pubs which are located within Little Venice. In addition, the area has some great green space with Rembrandt Gardens located directly next to a canal. Warwick Avenue also runs through the area and is served by the station of the same name – in addition to being near a major rail hub at London Paddington.

With so much to do in the area, it is no wonder that Little Venice is one of the most sought after locations in the capital to live in. The stunning Georgian architecture which is typical of the area mean that Little Venice apartments are highly sought after by tenants, and landlords can expect fantastic results from such a stunning location. We at RIB have significant experience in letting properties located in Little Venice and as our team continues to expand, we are looking to let more properties in the area, we understand the uniqueness of the area and will always look to achieve the best possible results for our clients.

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