Holborn is London’s historic law district, located close to the centre of London, well-connected to the rest of London with transport links by train, bus and underground and within walking distance of the City of London. The area radiates culture and style with a lively community made up of all-aged people: lawyers working in London’s legal quarters, students from London School of Economics, families with children at the area’s primary and secondary schools. Sandwiched between the vibrance and culture of Covent Garden and the business and city vibes of Farringdon, Holborn combines the best of the two. Gastropubs, international restaurants, rooftop bars and cosy cafes cater to a mixture of office workers and students from nearby universities.
The name “Holborn” is derived from hol and bourne meaning “hollow brook,” referring to the River Fleet that was later covered by Farringdon Street.
Average property price: £978, 009 (63.5% above the London Average of £598,340)
The average sold price in Holborn has increased by 57.1% between 2016 and 2019 and the average flat selling price has increased by 485% between January 1995 and October 2019.
Average property prices from September 2000 to September 2019:
Property price range: £485,000 – £2,800,000
Average rental value: £811 per week (10.5% above the London Average of £734 per week)
Rental price range: £445 – £1,500 per week
➔ Holborn (Central and Piccadilly lines)
➔ Covent Garden (Piccadilly line)
➔ Chancery Lane (Central line)
➔ Russell Square (Piccadilly line)
➔ Tottenham Court Road (Central and Northern lines)
➔ Charing Cross
➔ City Thameslink
➔ St. Pancras
➔ King’s Cross
London’s legal quarter
Holborn is home to two of London’s four Inns of Court – Lincoln’s Inn and Gray’s Inn (pictured below) – historic courts that train barristers in England and Wales.
- Christopher Hatton Primary School (ages 4-11)
- City of London School and City of London School for Girls (ages 7-18)
- Queen’s College London (ages 4-18)
- London School of Economics (university)
Holborn continues to grow, with new shops, cafes and restaurants open where there previously were not any. Estate agent Guy Passey of CBRE says that shops and restaurants are staying open over the weekend, which shows that people are putting down roots in Holborn. As well as hosting Sainsbury’s headquarters, there are four Sainsbury’s supermarkets, a Waitrose and an M&S Food in Holborn.
Things to do
- Waterloo Bridge (13 min walk from Holborn Station)
- Radio Rooftop Bar (8 min walk from Holborn Station) – cocktails and panoramic views of London.
- Bleeding Heart Restaurant (13 min walk from Holborn Station) – French restaurant named “most romantic restaurant in London” by The Times.
- Espresso Room (2 min walk from Holborn Station) – specialty coffee, evening cocktails and all-day dining.
- Sir John Soane’s Museum (3 min walk from Holborn Station)
Our Development – 19 John Street, Holborn WC1
FCT Property Group are delighted to present five luxury apartments at 19 John Street in the Holborn. This unique trophy asset is nestled in the heart of Holborn and exemplifies the high standard of properties available in the area with grade A specification finishes and original Georgian features.
Just 8 minutes walk from Chancery Lane and Russell Square Station where the entire scope of Central London is a matter of stops away.
999 year leasehold
NHBC Build Warranty
Grade A Specification throughout
2 x 2 bedroom
3 x 1 bedroom
Priced between £977,466 and £1,997,408 March 2020 completion
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