Property for Sale in Fitzrovia
London's bohemian heartland, flats and houses in Fitzrovia are highly sought after and we have significant experience in helping clients find their ideal Fitzrovia home.
As one of the first agents to market residential property in Fitzrovia and having been based in the area for over 50 years we are the foremost experts on homes to buy in Fitzrovia.
Buying property in Fitzrovia
Fitzrovia is a traditionally bohemian area located north of Oxford Street with Euston Road being the northern boundary of the area. Fitzrovia was once home to many creatives and artists who made the area their home. These include such luminaries as George Orwell, Quentin Crisp, and Virginia Woolf, all of whom lived, worked, and went out in Fitzrovia during the interwar period.
As Fitzrovia properties were not built and developed by a single large landowner, Fitzrovia has a unique and bohemian feel with several different architectural styles throughout this West End district. From stunning Georgian townhouses, to modern glass-fronted developments filled with stunning apartments, Fitzrovia has something for everyone.
Whilst being in the heart of Central London and the West End, Fitzrovia homes retain their village and local feel. With a wide range of independent shops and restaurants in the area, Fitzrovia is the ideal place to live. Whether you are a young professional looking for a unique atmosphere or someone looking for the perfect family home, we are certain that Fitzrovia will have something for you.
For further information on the homes which we have available for sale in Fitzrovia, take a look at our wide range of listings in the area.
About Property In Fitzrovia
Robert Irving Burns offers a fantastic range of flats for sale in Fitzrovia. Just 2 miles from Charing Cross station, Fitzrovia has an attractive variety of mixed use property and architectural styles.
Bounded by Euston Road to the north, by Oxford Street to the south, by Gower Street to the east and by Great Portland Street to the west, Fitzrovia was, according to historians, ‘probably’ named after the Fitzroy Tavern, a pub on the corner of Charlotte Street and Windmill Street.
Just a few minutes’ walk from the centre of the West End; Fitzrovia is considered to be a prime central London location, yet the surrounding streets maintain an offbeat Bohemian village-type feel. Featuring a range of commercial and residential flats for sale, Fitzrovia is perhaps most famous for its artistic and literary connections, with such giants as Virginia Woolf, Quentin Crisp, Dylan Thomas and George Orwell living, working and drinking there in the 1930s and 1940s.
When choosing a property for sale in Fitzrovia, you’ll benefit from a delightful mixture of Edwardian stucco-fronted mansions, period townhouses and new apartments as well as new, high-tech office space for the new breed of digital and creative dotcoms.
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