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Our Part Of Town

At Sandersons we pride ourselves on our local knowledge and experience in the areas we cover. Click on an area below to read more about our insights and advice on the popular and hot areas of London we operate in.

Holland Park

Holland Park is one of London’s most exclusive districts, situated in the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The area has a timeless and global appeal for those looking to buy and rent beautiful property. From the stunning 54 acres of parkland which makes up the famous park (which is known as London’s most romantic), to chic boutiques, incredible architecture and amazing restaurants; it’s no wonder that this area’s got so much appeal and is one of London’s most sought-after addresses. More...

Notting Hill

Notting Hill is a highly popular and affluent area in West London, situated in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It’s very famous for its Portobello Road market, annual Notting Hill Carnival and for its ‘cool’ and cosmopolitan feel. Known for its high-end boutiques and famous shopping streets, it’s a must-visit for tourists and is one of the most sought-after places to live in the UK capital. The area has been eternalised thanks to the 1999 film Notting Hill, starring Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant. More...

North Kensington

The words “fashionable” and “up-and-coming” are on the lips of those who are getting to know this vibrant corner of Kensington and Chelsea, where vintage boutiques exhibit their one-off pieces and antique shops display their troves of treasure just next door to greasy spoons and butchers. The sparkles of life along Golborne Road and St Helens depict a real sense of community, an area oozing with vitality and character. There are also many schools and local parks, and with talks of a Crossrail station in the pipeline, North Kensington is attracting a lot of interest from families as well as young urban professionals. More...


Bayswater is one of London's most cosmopolitan areas, bordering Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens in West London. The area’s very popular with tourists – on exiting the tube station this will be made apparent by the array of backpacks on display!  One of the best things about Bayswater is the location. Because everything is within walking distance, people flock to live here. More....

South Kensington

Largely populated by both families and young professionals alike, South Kensington is a very affluent part of London with a laid back and friendly continental feel. In the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, the area boasts some of the most admired and respected museums in the world, located minutes from each other. These include Victoria and Albert Museum, Natural History Museum, Science Museum and the Royal Albert Hall. More...


Situated in the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Kensington is just three miles away from the city centre. The area has all the attributes of a desirable neighbourhood and its spiritual heart, the Palace Gardens, is a beautifully landscaped park with incredible views of the Palace, Round Pond, Albert Memorial, the Peter Pan statue and Serpentine Gallery.  Highly sought-after by those who lead high profile lifestyles, Kensington has everything to suit its discerning residents. With green parks, top restaurants, amazing shops and museums, people simply love Kensington as a place to both live and invest in. More...