Renting in Camden

Camden tends to offer good value property to rent given its proximity to the city centre, with prices rising sharply towards Regents Park. Flats tend to be converted Victorian terraces, but it is still possible to find a good selection of 3 & 4 bedroom houses which are favoured by sharers. Click here to find out more about living in Camden.

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£850 pw*
A fabulous newly refurbished four double bedroom maisonette situated right in the centre of Camden Town within moments of Camden Town tube and Camden road station. The property comprises four light, spacious double bedrooms, large reception room with a modern integrated kitchen, bathroom and separate toilet. The property would be ideal for four professional shares.
4 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Camden Town (0.1M)
Camden Road (0.3M)
Mornington Crescent (0.4M)
£410 pw*
A newly converted luxury two bedroom apartment set on the raised ground floor of a detached period property in the Camden Conservation area a short walk from Camden Town tube. Comprising: open-plan lounge with fully-fitted kitchen, private terrace, two double bedrooms and bathroom; this would be ideal for a couple or two professional sharers.
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Camden Road (0.4M)
Caledonian Road (0.5M)
Camden Town (0.6M)
1. Camden Lock
Camden Lock
Established in 1973, Camden Lock market continues to attract some of the capitals most creative individuals. With its eclectic mix of stalls, restaurants and bars the newly refurbished market attracts visitors from all over the world.
£410 pw*
A recently refurbished two bedroom property arranged over the first floor of a purpose built building located in an ideal location near Chalk Farm underground. This bright and airy property boasts two double bedrooms, large reception room, bathroom with separate WC and modern eat in kitchen. Suitable for two professional sharers
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Kentish Town West (0.1M)
Chalk Farm (0.3M)
Camden Road (0.4M)
£360 pw*
Excellent two bedroom flat on the first floor of a period conversion, walking distance to Camden road and Caledonian Road station. Comprising: large living room with fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms, bathroom and private balcony terrace, this is ideal for two professional sharers.
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Caledonian Road (0.3M)
Camden Road (0.6M)
Kentish Town (0.7M)
2. Camden Market
Camden Market
In 1974 a weekly craft market was set up, from which Camden Lock has grown and grown. The Camden Markets, including the Stables Market, Inverness Street Market and the Camden Lock, attract nearly 100,000 people every weekend, making it the fourth most popular tourist attraction in London.
£300 pw*
Spacious one bedroom split-level flat set on the second floor of a well-maintained purpose built development minutes from Kings Cross on the bus or to Caledonian Road tube. The flat consists of: open plan lounge with fitted kitchen, large double bedroom and bathroom and is ideal for a couple or single professional.
1 Bedroom
1 Bathroom
Caledonian Road (0.3M)
Camden Road (0.7M)
Holloway Road (0.7M)
£230 pw*
1 Bedroom
1 Bathroom
Camden Town (0.2M)
Camden Road (0.2M)
Mornington Crescent (0.3M)
3. Jazz Cafe
Jazz Cafe
Since it originally opened in 1990, the Jazz Cafe has become a favourite jazz, soul, funk, dance and hiphop venue. With a long history of popular intimate gigs as well as a great value for money restaurant, the Jazz Cafe has a well-earned reputation as a cool and laid back must-visit club.
4. Camden Square
Camden Square
Located between Kentish Town and Camden Town, Camden Square provides an informal, but stunning open gardens, providing a diverse and sustainable habitat for wild birds, along with a vibrant activity centre for young children.
5. Earl of Camden Pub
Earl of Camden Pub
A spacious and friendly pub which is perfectly located in the midst of all the local Camden attractions. With a neighbourhood pub feel, it attracts a mixed crowd and is perfect for people watching along Parkway or a casual drink with friends.
6. Regents Canal
Regents Canal
Part of the Grand Union Canal, the Regents Canal starts at Little Venice and ends at the Limehouse Basin, in the Docklands. As one of the capitals best kept secrets, the canal, which was formed in 1812, passes some of the most popular attractions, such as London Zoo and the bustling Camden market.
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