Basement, or ‘lower ground floor’ flats currently cost a third less than properties on higher floors in such central north London areas as St John’s Wood, Little Venice and Marylebone.
The number of homes for sale in Camden plummeted in the month before Christmas, prompting fears of a longer term dip in financial confidence.
It’s been a rum old year for houses in Camden but it certainly hasn’t been boring. From Bowie and The Beatles to Bieber and Harry Styles here are our favourite stories of 2016.
Hammerson House on the notorious Billionaires’ Row is surrounded by multi-million pound properties including the £108,000 per month mansion Heath Hall, which was recently rented by Justin Bieber.
Seal the deal with a loving kiss this weekend and save £23,500 on a new build flat on Upper Street.
Average house prices for Camden homes have fallen below £1million for the first time since January 2015.
Former Dr Who actress, Jenna Coleman, and her Victoria co-star, Tom Hughes, were spotted viewing a £2million house in the area this weekend.
As new research shows sales of super prime London new builds plummeted by more than 80 per cent, is now a good time to get a good deal on a high end home?
Move over Airbnb, a new peer-to-peer rental marketplace Unlease has come to town – and they’re bringing pineapples.
Winter is finally here, and word on the street is, so is Emilia Clarke. The Game of Thrones actress has reportedly bought a house in Hampstead for just over £8million.
Leonard Cohen, the much-loved singer-songwriter who has died at the age of 82, is more commonly associated with the Greek island of Hydra and the Chelsea Hotel in New York, but he might never have got that far had it not been for the time he spent living in Hampstead.
Londoners will spend 220 years saving for a deposit if they want to buy a home in Camden, according to new figures.
House prices in Camden fell 2.7 per cent in the last year compared with a rise of 12pc across London as a whole according to figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Last week he was playing football at Highgate School, this week it emerges that Justin Bieber hadn’t had to travel far from home to do so.
More than half of renters in Camden and Barnet have struggled to afford a rent rise in the past three years according to a survey.
The disparity between buying a home in Camden and rest of the country was revealed by figures showing the low take up for flagship government home ownership schemes in the borough.