Unsurprisingly, the regeneration of many parts of Notting Hill in the last couple of decades has seen property prices in the area spiral rapidly. What with the mixture of vibrant main streets and peaceful residential areas, and the plethora of shops, restaurants, bars and other sources of entertainment, this part of London is a very popular place to live. Moreover, the great transport links (bus and Underground – the Central Line provides a direct link to the City) to the rest of London mean it’s easy to travel to and from the area. It’s no surprise that property in Notting Hill has become more and more sought after – and more and more expensive!
Notting Hill is also extremely sought after because of the different types of properties that can be found in the area – from modern new-build apartments to flats in converted Victorian buildings, to grand large houses. Take a look at the table below to see the current average property prices for W11 (so, admittedly, perhaps not the whole of Notting Hill).
Likewise, there’s also a relatively decent range amongst the different price brackets. Although there’s no denying that Notting Hill is home to some of the most expensive properties in London – if not the entire country – there are some cheaper options available on the periphery of the area, such as around Ladbroke Grove or North Kensington.
If you are looking to buy or rent in the area, we’d definitely recommend you take a stroll down Notting Hill Gate. Many estate agents have branches on this busy main road, and if walk the stretch from where it meets Bayswater Road towards Ladbroke Grove (and beyond if you go on into Holland Park) you’ll be able to register with quite a few prime agents who can help you in your property search. We’ve also listed below some of the best-known estate agents in Notting Hill.