196 Shaftesbury Avenue, Covent Garden London WC2H 8JF
Covent Garden is a prime destination for anyone who is looking to enjoy excellent shopping and culture, with entertainment options ranging from the latest play or musical, to classical opera and ballet. You will be lost for choice with the excellent selection of both eateries and bars, making it the original entertainment district.
The nearby desirable areas of Holborn and the City make it a well-placed area for those who prefer to stroll to work, whilst neighbouring Bloomsbury offers a more tranquil environment with a choice of garden squares and museums.
Properties in Covent Garden and the surrounding areas offer many handsome mansion blocks, period conversions, and an increasing number of luxury new build developments without outstanding facilities. You will never be more than a 10 minutes’ walk from transport links connecting you to other Central location locations.
Carlos Riveros, Sales Manager, started his career at Chestertons in 2004, and has an in-depth understanding of the West End and its residents. As an established property professional, passionate about selling in Central London, his connections and extensive area knowledge are unrivalled, making him the go-to estate agent in the West End.
Nancy started her career in Chestertons in 2009 before finding her niche in the Covent Garden office in 2010. Nancy manages a focused and motivated lettings team with a passion for providing excellent customer service and offers superb advice and knowledge, making the lettings process a smooth experience for all involved.
We are passionate about the area we work in; locally committed but globally connectedNancy Archer - Lettings Manager
Parks & Recreation
Lincoln’s Inn and Coram’s Fields are the largest public parks in the area. Otherwise you can stroll down to Victoria Embankment Gardens on the river, which adjoin the Savoy Hotel.
Restaurants & Shopping
Covent Garden offers a great mix of high street brands and designer shops including Burberry, Jo Malone, Ralph Lauren and Agnes B and the newly opened Floral Court. The world famous Oxford Street separates Soho to the south and Fitzrovia to the north, both of which offer a mix of traditional pubs, chain restaurants and fine dining. Both the quality of stores and restaurants in the area make Covent Garden a top shopping destination in addition to being a great location for a night out.
The Seven Dials area, found just north of the piazza, also offers many independent eateries set amongst flagship & boutique shops.
Entertainment & Nightlife
The area offers some of the City’s best bars, with specialist cocktail bars, microbreweries and private members clubs. Closer to the piazza there is Balthazar and Christopher’s cocktail bar, with the American Bar at the Savoy regarded as one the capitals best hotel bars.
Schools & Education
Primary schools in Covent Garden include St Clement Danes and St. Joseph Primary Schools whilst secondary schools include The Abbey College and CATS College on Bloomsbury Square. Some of the UK’s best universities are found in the area with King’s College London, Central St Martins, University College London & the London School of Economics all sited nearby.
As Covent Garden is located in the heart of central London, transport is second to none.
With a wealth of knowledge and experience, and a deeply statistical view on the market, our teams are able to provide maximum market exposure for every property.
Our Lettings department works proactively to ensure that the best possible rents and terms are achieved for all our landlords.
Providing a dedicated service to landlords with rental portfolios of more than three properties that are let privately, by Chestertons or by another agent.
Our Short Lets team enables landlords benefit from increased rental yields and the flexibility of letting their property for a term that suits them.