Living in Fitzrovia

Situated in the Central London, surrounded by the Westminster, West End, and Camden districts, Fitzrovia are stretched in the perimeter drawn by the Soho, Marylebone and Bloomsbury. Fitzrovia Estate Agents recommend as one of the safest investment areas, being a mixture between stylish and magnificent Victorian houses in its bohemian residential area and a business and retail buildings in its commercial zone. The integration of new built buildings it complies with regional architecture, so the result in terms of urban should be homogenous. The individual homes and collective housing segment are enriched every year;

Fitzrovia property has a distinguished estate portfolio. Fitzrovia lettings it is well-priced due to mixture of council, private and association tenants. The bohemian district part attracts celebrities, in fact, in historic times here lived some of the most prominent writers of England. Many historical buildings are a mixture of color, especially those that host on the ground floor or in the basement bars, pubs and restaurants. Nearby are several interesting neighborhoods as Bloomsbury, Marylebone, Soho, Regent’s Park, Covent Garden, West End, St James’s, Euston or Mayfair.

Sights & Attractions

Although much of the area is devoted to office buildings, historical appearance was preserved intact and many locations built in the past have been restored and offered to visitors. Thus, Pollock’s Toy Museum, St George’s Church, The Foundling Museum and Grant Museum of Zoology are open to visit daily. Must-see places in Fitzrovia area are the Gagosian Gallery Britannia Street, British Museum, The Cartoon Museum, British Library, and Coram’s Fields. Some museums- British Postal Museum & Archive, Sir John Soane’s Museum, Charles Dickens Museum- have exhibits magnificent and rare historical evidences, which illustrates in the best way the past history of this neighborhood.

Squares & Gardens

One of the richest areas in terms of parks and greenery, Fitzrovia enjoy some brilliant samples regarding landscapes: Westminster, Regent’s Park, Queen Square, and Mecklenburgh square or Bloomsbury square. Sun-filled Gordon, Woburn, Tavistock, and Torrington square are an oasis of peace and spiritual joy in the midst of a rapidly changing city. Connected by large and cobblestone streets as Cavendish, Fitzroy, Tottenham, Warren, Cleveland, Great Portland or Charlotte Street, the district is perfectly-priced as valuable by estate agents in Fitzrovia.

Universities & Colleges

Being part of a modern system of education, teaching is based on traditional principles of respecting the value of work well done. Thus, School of Oriental and African Studies, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, School of Pharmacy, Royal Veterinary College, Institute of Education, Architectural Association School of Architecture, Goodenough College and University College contribute each year to improve student technological base with a vast theoretical and practical training.


The primary education level representatives from Queen’s College, St Vincent’s RC Primary School, All Souls CofE Primary School, Portland Place School, L’ecole Internationale Franco-Anglaise Ltd offers the best youth care, teaching them the values of life in a historical environment. Davies Laing and Dick College, the St Marylebone CofE School and the St Marylebone Church of England Bridge School improve training received at primary level.


The Great Ormond Street Hospital, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, British Medical Association and Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine provides medical services in the area, quickly and expeditiously.


For those who love taking their lunch or dinner in a striking atmosphere, can delight their taste buds at Cagney’s Restaurant, CKN2 T/A Cinnamon Soho, Brazilian Gourmet, Buta Lounge, Sanxia Renjia or Mennula Restaurant. Mixing-up various flavours, from traditional Indian spices to Italian light food, these restaurants offer a panoramic view in the area. The Hope, Yorkshire Grey or Jack Horner offer an intimate atmosphere, which animates when football matches start.

Well connected

The area has many options in terms of transport: underground stations- Tottenham Court Road, Goodge Street, Bond Street, Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Circus and railway stations as Euston, Paddington, Charing Cross, and St. Pancras and Marylebone, which ensure the best conditions of public transport.



  • St Vincent’s RC Primary School
  • L’ecole Internationale Franco-Anglaise Ltd
  • All Souls CofE Primary School
  • Queen’s College London
  • Portland Place School


  • National average
  • The St Marylebone CofE School
  • Queen’s College London
  • Davies Laing and Dick College
  • Portland Place School
  • The St Marylebone Church of England Bridge School


    • Institute of Education
    • London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
    • School of Oriental and African Studies
    • School of Pharmacy
    • Royal Veterinary College
    • University College London
    • Royal Academy of Dramatic Art


  • University College London
  • Goodenough College
  • British Medical Association
  • Great Ormond Street Hospital
  • National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery
  • Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine.

Underground Stations

  • Oxford Circus
  • Bond Street
  • Goodge Street
  • Piccadilly Circus
  • Tottenham Court Road

Train Stations

  • Marylebone station
  • Euston station
  • Charing Cross station
  • Paddington station
  • St. Pancras station
  • British Museum
  • Charles Dickens Museum
  • Wellcome Collection
  • British Library
  • The Foundling Museum
  • The Cartoon Museum
  • Pollock’s Toy Museum
  • Gagosian Gallery Britannia Street
  • Coram’s Fields
  • St George’s Church
  • Grant Museum of Zoology
  • British Postal Museum & Archive
  • Sir John Soane’s Museum
  • St George’s Church

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