Property for Sale in Bloomsbury
Bloomsbury is one of London’s best-known literary locations. This, combined with its elegant period buildings, make it one of the capital’s most desirable places to live or invest in property.
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Buying property in Bloomsbury
Robert Irving Burns have been operating as estate agents in Bloomsbury for over five decades and are well positioned to help you to find the ideal property in this area.
Bloomsbury has ancient roots, and the area was first mentioned in the Domesday Book, thanks to its vineyards. The name derives from its original title of ‘the manor of Blemond’; after William de Blemond, the Norman landowner who possessed the land in the 1200s. Bloomsbury retains an atmosphere of cultural importance, though these days, the vineyards have given way to wine bars and traditional pubs.
Many of the properties in Bloomsbury are Victorian or Edwardian townhouses and are often laid out over several storeys. Mews-style houses are also popular. Though these buildings have period facades, they’ve frequently been redesigned inside, offering contemporary, airy interiors. There are also some modern developments, and a few of the historic buildings have been converted into apartments.
Bloomsbury has a wonderful central location, which is a major draw for those working in Central London. However, there’s much more to the area than closeness to the centre of the capital. There’s a laid-back sense of intellectualism here, which is due to the academic institutions that are situated on its streets. Students, young professionals, and retired couples all choose to live here; largely to make the most of its leafy squares and peaceful streets.
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About property in Bloomsbury
Robert Irving Burns have a variety of properties for sale in Bloomsbury. The area is well connected, with several tube stations in the vicinity; including Goodge Street, Warren Street, Russell Square, and Tottenham Court Road.
It’s bordered by Gray’s Inn Road to the east, Tottenham Court Road to the west, Euston Road to the north, and Theobald’s Road to the south. Residents appreciate the short stroll to Oxford Street, which is regarded as the country’s premier shopping area.
Bloomsbury is perfectly situated for accessing the West End, with its abundance of theatres, restaurants and other attractions. That’s not to say Bloomsbury doesn’t have attractions of its own though; The British Museum and The British Library are both situated in the area, to name just a few.
Properties are unsurprisingly sought-after in the area. Several landlords choose to rent flats to students attending UCL, or to professionals working in Central London. However, the market isn’t just dominated by buy-to-let investors; it also appeals to homebuyers looking for a property that offers the best of both worlds – a central location, with an academic, calming ambiance.
If you’re searching for the ideal house for sale in Bloomsbury, or want to find out about the many commercial opportunities here, get in touch with our team today.