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London’s boutique cinemas

By rentonomy on November 25, 2016

Even in these modern times of instant HD streaming through platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime, there’s still a feeling of going to the cinema that’s hard to match. There are a string of cinemas in London that have successfully managed to combine watching a movie on a comfy couch with the big screen experience….

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London rentals areas: Highgate

By rentonomy on November 23, 2016

Highgate offers sweeping open spaces, quaint village shops and picturesque Georgian and Victorian homes to Londoners’ who want to escape from a busy city life. However, living in the N6 postcode doesn’t mean that you need to disconnect from the rest of the capital; a tube service on the Northern Line takes you directly to…

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London’s village areas

By rentonomy on November 18, 2016

We all love a weekend getaway to the countryside – the acres of green space, quaint country pubs and the fresh air come as a welcome alternative to the usual hustle and bustle of London. Well, most of London, because there are a few areas in the capital that replicate many of the village towns…

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Celebrity areas in London

By rentonomy on November 11, 2016

Let’s not beat around the bush. We all love celebrities; we just can’t help ourselves. For decades we’ve had a fascination with how the rich and famous live, from their current relationships to the restaurants they’re photographed dining in. With London being one of the most popular cities in the world, it’s no surprise that…

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Shop ’til you drop: London’s best shopping centres

By rentonomy on November 10, 2016

It’s not a hidden secret that England’s capital is a shopper’s dream. From the world-famous Oxford Street to upmarket Knightsbridge, our streets are lined with boutique designer shops, high-street brand favourites and just about everything else in between. Over the last 10 years, there has been an influx of shopping centres cropping up in London,…

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C.I.A: Central Indulgence Areas

By rentonomy on November 7, 2016

If you were to ask the majority of people where they would like to live in the capital, we’re quite sure most of them would choose somewhere in prime central London. Unfortunately, the ones who can afford prime London’s average prices of £3,000 per month are very much in the minority. Still, the rest of…

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7 areas defining North London

By rentonomy on November 2, 2016

Certain areas in north London have always been more popular than others. Hampstead, Camden, Primrose Hill, Muswell Hill, Angel & Islington, Highgate and St. John’s Wood to name a few have are London hotspots. These areas can command a rental premium, putting many people off the idea of moving to them. However, there’s a new crop…

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London bridges

By rentonomy on October 27, 2016

London Bridge is most certainly not falling down. In fact, the bridges that line the capital are not only structurally sound (that’s a minimum requirement, of course), but they are majestically lighting up London’s skyline – especially at night. If you’re living in London, it won’t take long before you notice one of these large…

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When is the best time to rent in London?

By rentonomy on October 14, 2016

London is many wonderful things: a beautiful city full of historical and modern architecture; a fashion hub where all the latest celebrities are desperate to be seen; a home to many scenic open spaces, including eight Royal Parks; and an area full of delightful waterfronts. Of course, this all means that the appetite for properties in the…

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10 awesome London towns in the autumn

By rentonomy on October 12, 2016

We all love the warm sun beating down on us, but you can’t deny that there is something quite enchanting about the crisp air of an autumn afternoon. We happen to think autumn is the best time of year in London, despite the lack of bank holidays and the shorter days The weather might not be…