More than the ‘bear’ necessities in Paddington

Whether it’s Paddington bear, or Paddington station that springs to mind when you think of this iconic London location, one thing’s for sure, living in this district you’re certainly in the thick of things.

If you choose to live in Paddington you’ll have everything on your doorstep. Parks, history, nightlife, culture, shopping….. this list is endless.  However, if this central location is somewhere you’d like to be based ‘for now’, rather than ‘forever’, renting could be the answer. Bearing in mind the central London location, accommodation in this area isn’t cheap, but the type of accommodation on offer is diverse and there are plenty of hot rental properties available for a wide range of budgets.

Bag a Bargain: Priced at £210 per week, this compact studio apartment has a separate bathroom and convenient transport links. Located on this quiet street in Central London the building has a communal terrace and is close to marylebone and Bayswater. Paddington Tube station is just a short distance away.

3 Bed Base: Priced at £695 per week this 3 bed apartment is set in a imposing period building within moments of Hyde Park. A fantastic lateral three bedroom apartment to rent in Paddington (with lift). The accommodation comprises; open plan reception / dining area with wooden flooring, spacious master bedroom with built in wardrobes and en-suite, second double bedroom and third single bedroom and family bathroom. The property also benefits from a private balcony and is located within walking distance of Lancaster Gate and Paddington stations.
Breath taker: This 7 bed stunning family house is located on a quiet street close to Hyde Park, Oxford Street and Lancaster Gate. The property has been recently refurbished and features 6 double bedrooms, two reception rooms, two roof terraces and separate maids accommodation. The property is available to rent for £10,000 per week.
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