Fitzrovia is the area surrounded by Euston Road to the North, Oxford Street to the South, Portland Place to the West and Tottenham Court Road to the East. It has wide disparities of wealth and contains mix of affluent property owners as well as many private and housing association tenants. Known as upmarket and home to some celebs, Fitzrovia is primarily a business district which enjoys a certain desert charm and where residents are friendly neighborhood.

Why rent properties in Fitzrovia?

Stations at Warren Street, Gt Portland Street, Goodge Street, Tottenham Court Road, Regents Park and Oxford Circus mean that virtually any tube line is easily accessible.

If you want drink or eat something great in London, Fitzrovia is an excellent place. Charlotte Street and Goodge Street are home to a plethora of some of London’s very best restaurants, hotels and trendy bars. You can enjoy lively nightlife in the neighborhood of Soho, appreciate the shopping district of Marylebone and find everything you will ever need from clothes to hi-fi, cameras to furniture in Oxford Street or Tottenham Court Road.

In Fitzroy Square, the BT Tower and nearby Regents Park are all highlights of this quieter West End residential neighborhood, the properties can sometimes be surprisingly bigger than you initially imagine. Fitzrovia is a business district too. It has a unique central London mix of thriving media companies and TV and post production houses such as MTV Networks and Nickelodeon and houses several major advertising agencies including TBWA, Saatchi & Saatchi, Fallon, Dare Digital and Target Media Group.

Peaceful and attractive, this area offers the some peace of the hustle and bustle from nearby soho and a variety of properties to rent. Fitzrovia is made up of impressive townhouses, many of which have been converted into offices for the legal and media industries although some remain as private residences, different kinds of apartments are offered, from the modern apartment to the traditional.

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