Soho is surely the epitome of London life, the beating heart of the West End, a vibrant enclave where history, creativity and a sense of rebellion collide to create a truly original and unrivalled neighbourhood. Globally recognised for its bohemian spirit, Soho has been a haunt for artists, writers, poets and musicians for centuries. Modern Soho is a paradise for creatives, culture vultures, foodies and night owls.
London’s Creative Heart
Walk the streets and you can sense the creative energy. Much of the UK film industry is based along Wardour Street, Old Compton Street has been the focal point for London’s LGBTQ+ community since the 1970’s and Berwick Street boasts a fabulous street food market, not to mention numerous independent record stores, vintage shops and fashion boutiques.
Scratch the surface and you’ll discover a genuine neighbourhood, wholly inclusive with lifelong residents who support each other and actively resist the gentrification and homogenisation that has been forced upon many other London districts. It really is one of the few remaining central neighbourhoods with a genuine sense of community.
London’s Inclusive Playground
But everybody knows, Soho really comes alive after dark. From legendary late night jazz clubs like Ronnie Scott’s, to iconic LGBTQ+ bars & clubs like the Admiral Duncan, G-A-Y and Village Soho, there is always a gig, club night, comedy show or theatre performance going on. Soho literally has something for everyone and is indeed a place for anyone.
Yes, complete houses still exisit in Soho, although are increasingly hard to find. Meard Street, D’Arblay Street and Soho Square have some fine examples.
Hip to be Square
Soho Square boasts public ping pong tables and is a hip hang out in the summer, offering genuine respite from the 24/7 hive of activity everywhere else.
Take Me Out
If you can’t find a specific dish or drink, then it’s not worth having. Soho has the highest concentration of bars & restaurants in London, so you’ll never struggle
With a high concentration of independent record shops, Soho has long been a haven for vinyl junkies. Whatever your taste, support your local record stores!
A spacious, well presented one bedroom apartment on the first floor (walk up) in central Covent Garden. The apartment includes an open plan kitchen/reception room, double bedroom with great storage and a modern bathroom. Goodwins Court is a walkway said to be the inspiration for JK Rowling’s Diagon Alley.
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Recently renovated, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is situated on the first floor of a charming period building in the heart of Covent Garden. The property features a delightful private balcony accessible from the well-designed kitchen, which boasts ample storage space.
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This elegant lateral apartment occupies the entire fourth floor of an attractive period building adjacent to Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Designed with meticulous attention to detail, the interior and exterior provide modern luxury in a sympathetically restored architectural gem.
A recently refurbished two bedroom, two bathroom apartment located opposite Leicester Square tube station, on the border of Covent Garden. This second and third floor duplex apartment has a large open plan living space and amazing private roof terrace.
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This rarely available two bedroom duplex is one of four modern apartments of exquisite quality and style that is often hard to find in Soho. Developed to an exceptional standard in recent years and a rarity and sought after by those who understand and value the importance of this location.