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Located in the north, this small cosmopolitan neighborhood is different from anything you'll see in London. Day and night, the cosmopolitan air fits perfectly in the British capital atmosphere. Red brick buildings were covered with drawings made by local artists; freshly painted in vivid color, these Camden properties is the identifier of the area. 

Perfectly integrated into the surrounding environment, office buildings and residential homes in the area succeeded in increasing the value of urban area. In terms of real estate, apartments from historical buildings were kept their high value. On the ground floor you will find shops that sell various strange things from antiques to vintage clothing and accessories or punk. Often the products are displayed on the sidewalk and on buildings. 

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Sights and Attractions

The main attraction in Camden is the central market, bazaar items and dishes with highly diversified. The Market has been working since 1973 and has developed over time, being a major attraction for tourists not only from all over the world, but also for young Londoners who find here a fashionable alternative. With booming music, dancers and lights suspended waiting in the disco clubs to see the latest trends. A small cruise on the Regent Canal, a waterway that crosses the neighborhood area, it is a must in Camden.

Camden Town, the London splash of color, was a source of inspiration for Charles Dickens, due to the writer's residence in this part of London (described even some Camden houses in its books). Characters and places in his novels drawn from a Camden picture nineteenth century. It is remembered in movies, music or literature, or in the stories of tourists, Camden District is unique in its diversity being the destination that deserves its place on the cultural map of London. It is a place that gained independence in the way it broke away from the other districts of London.

Squares and Gardens

Despite the many new and modern constructions, the district kept its Victorian charm in a fairly large proportion. There are huge areas only with brick houses and even newer buildings of the 19th century brick were used more to keep possible architectural unit. The Camden Market attracts about 100,000 visitors each weekend.


In the proximity it is the Camden Town Underground Station. Access to Scenic Regents Park and boating lake is just 10 minutes walk. Euston Station is 15 minutes walk away, and Kings Cross Station is a 20-minute walk. Visiting Camden properties from the area it is simple due to the transportation system.

Universities and Colleges

North London Tutorial College, Jigsaw Performing Arts School - The Bridge School, The Cavendish School, The Royal Veterinary College, University College London, University of London, St. Lawrence University or University of Westminster is established in the area. The University of Westminster is a trailblazer for a wide range of students, offering them a really useful training.


St. Michael's C of E Primary School, Our Lady's R.C Primary School or Richard Cobden Primary School are well equipped to prepare young for the future.


Camden Mews Day Hospital, University College Hospital, Nightingale Hospital London, University College Hospital McMillan Cancer Centre or St Luke's Hospital For The Clergy are available for all Camden property owners in the area.


Camden neighborhood is full of unique shops. The Camden area is energetic and friendly, hundreds of arch-filled clubs, hosting one of the greatest party places in London, Koko Entertainment Mint. In 2004, the former Camden Theatre building was renovated to become, one of the hottest clubs in London and the most popular place in the neighborhood of Camden, which attracts over 400,000 revelers every year.

On the Camden Lock Market can buy various crafts, books, jewelry music and food. Visit the Camden Lock Village, for buying clothing and accessories, and a number of unusual items. Camden Market was originally called Buck Street Market; here are sold fashion for all tastes. On the Inverness Street Market can find some of the original fruit stalls are still present, along with clothes, shoes and souvenirs. The Stables Market it is a mixture of permanent shops and stalls, selling household items, antiques, clothes, food and more alternatives.

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About Hurford Salvi Carr

Hurford Salvi Carr is an innovative company, with experienced property advisors and well-structured development consultants, offering residential and commercial property for sale and to let in London’s Camden and the neighborhood areas. If you are looking for an estate agent in Camden to help you either sell or buy a property in the area, do not hesitate to get in touch with our experienced sales and lettings office established in Store Street,  

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