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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£455 pw*
A fabulous two bedroom flat offered in fantastic condition boasting outside space situated in the heart of Camden close to amenities, bars and restaurants. The property is only a short walk from Camden Town tube station and Camden Road overground station.
2 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Camden Town (0.1M)
Camden Road (0.2M)
Mornington Crescent (0.5M)
 
£440 pw*
Beautifully presented two bedroom second floor flat boasting spacious, light and airy accommodation throughout. The property boasts two double bedrooms, open plan living space and it is only moments from local amenities, tube links and busses to central London.
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Caledonian Road (0.4M)
Kentish Town (0.5M)
Kentish Town (0.5M)
 
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.
 
£355 pw*
Well-presented throughout is this first floor apartment boasting two bright bedrooms, large living room and a separate kitchen. Set within a well maintained purpose built block on a private road, this property would be ideal for a couple or two sharers.
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Caledonian Road (0.3M)
Highbury & Islington (0.7M)
Holloway Road (0.7M)
 
£330 pw*
Well-presented one bedroom apartment on the first floor of a Victorian conversion, situated on a tree lined Barnsbury Road with all the amenities of Upper Street and Angel tube station just round the corner, making this property ideal for a single professional occupant or a couple.
1 Bedroom
1 Bathroom
Angel (0.3M)
Kings Cross (0.6M)
Kings Cross St. Pancras (0.7M)
 
2. Primrose Hill
 
Primrose Hill
Primrose Hill offers some of the most gorgeous views of Central London and is a popular spot for families and local residents to have picnics during the summer. It is located to the north side of Regent's Park.
 
£310 pw*
Larger than average studio situated within moments of Primrose Hill Park and Regents Park, offering stunning views across London. Benefiting from a separate fitted kitchen and a large bathroom and having heating and hot water included in the rent this property would be perfect for a professional couple of single occupant.
Studio
1 Bathroom
Chalk Farm (0.6M)
St. Johns Wood (0.6M)
Swiss Cottage (0.8M)
 
£280 pw*
Very large modern studio flat on the eighth floor of a secure purpose built block with lifts, benefiting from spectacular views over the city. The flat has a separate kitchen, modern shower room and is located between Camden Town & Mornington Crescent (Northern Line) tube stations. Ideal for a single professional.
Studio
1 Bathroom
Mornington Crescent (0.2M)
Camden Town (0.3M)
Camden Road (0.4M)
 
3. The Unicorn
 
The Unicorn
A delightful pub located on the corner of Brecknock and Camden Roads, which attracts a wide range of customers due to its friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Now self styled as a "rock pub", it offers a good range of free live music throughout the week, pub games and a great selection of beers, wines and spirits.
 
4. 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.
 
5. 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.
 
6. Kings Place
 
Kings Place
A new classical music venue and art gallery situated just minutes from Kings Cross and St Pancras in London. Following a competition, Dixon Jones was appointed to design the building, which combines music and art, as well as providing a world class conference, events and office centre.
 
7. Cloudesley Square
 
Cloudesley Square
Situated close to Angel tube station, this pretty square is perfectly situated to all the popular nearby Islington attractions, such as the Business Design Centre and Islington Green.
 
8. 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.
 
9. York Way
 
York Way
With a diverse range of independent traders, York Way provides a lifeline for the local community. Nearby is the Lord Stanley pub which is rightly popular with locals and offers excellent gastropub style food.
 
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