Discover flats to rent in London neighbourhoods – choose from Stratford, Elephant and Castle and Lewisham.
They say that London is a place where everyone is different, and anyone can fit in. If you’re a student the capital becomes the greatest campus around, for young professionals starting out it’s a place of opportunity, and for the most passionate, enduring Londoners, it’s simply home.
Whatever your life stage or lifestyle, you can find property to rent in London to suit your needs. This mighty city doesn’t sit still, and so renting offers great choice and flexibility to find a corner of the capital where you can belong.
Living and renting a property in London can feel daunting, that’s why at Get Living we create places that bring people together, and have everything you need on your doorstep, while benefiting from amazing transport links to connect you to the rest of the city and beyond.
Newton Place, Lewisham
Get Living’s newest London neighbourhood in Lewisham offers studios and 1-3 bedroom flats to rent in South London. Located in Zone 2/3 and with connectivity at its core, be within 30 minutes of London Bridge, Canary Wharf and Liverpool Street. Escape to nature with local green spaces and a rooftop terrace.
Elephant Central, Elephant & Castle
Choose from 1-3 bedroom flats to rent in South London with unrivalled skyline views. Within walking distance of the South Bank, Borough and Westminster, and access to national rail and tube services, it’s a central base for exploring all London has to offer.
East Village, Stratford
Discover flats to rent in East London that are surrounded by acres of green open space, while being just 7 minutes to St Pancras and 8 minutes to Liverpool Street by train. Located in Zone 2/3, East Village has flats to rent ranging from studios to 1-4 bedrooms.
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