Location Guide to Mayfair

Just as represented on the Monopoly board, Mayfair is one of London’s most affluent areas, and as such the properties here command high rents. It wasn’t always that way – the original ‘May Fair’ that gave the neighbourhood its name was moved to the East End for ‘lowering the tone’.

Houses and apartments in the area are worth the money, putting their residents within a stone’s throw of the famous Ice Bar, Savile Row, Annabel’s, Hakkasan, Fortnum & Mason and The Dorchester. The cosmopolitan feel of the area is helped by tourism and the large number of embassies, and families are well catered for by the local schools and colleges.

Mayfair is conveniently ringed by Underground stations, all of them right on the area’s border. In the very unlikely case that you can’t find quite the right boutique or high-end dining experience on your doorstep, just hop on the Tube.

 

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Area Guide

Ideal for: the wealthy and fashionable, City workers, celebrities and celeb-spotters, those who want to be near to a Zone 1 Underground station.

Public transport connections: Green Park (Victoria, Piccadilly and Jubilee), Hyde Park Corner (Piccadilly), Bond Street (Central and Jubilee), Oxford Street (Bakerloo, Central and Victoria), Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly).

Typical rent amounts (per week):

Studio flat: £350
One-bed flat: £450-£650
Two-bed flat: £750-£1,500
Three-bedroom flat or house: £1,500-£2,500
Four-bedroom flat or house: £2,500-£4,000

At a Glance

More about the area: 

Just as represented on the Monopoly board, Mayfair is one of London’s most affluent areas, and as such the properties here command high rents. It wasn’t always that way – the original ‘May Fair’ that gave the neighbourhood its name was moved to the East End for ‘lowering the tone’.

We regularly have properties to let on and around:

  • Brook Street
  • Grosvenor Street
  • Old Bond Street
  • Park Lane
  • Davies Street
  • Berkeley Square
  • Curzon Street
  • Piccadilly
  • Hertford Street
  • Hay Hill

Lifestyle & Recreation

Houses and apartments in the area are worth the money, putting their residents within a stone’s throw of the famous Ice Bar, Savile Row, Annabel’s, Hakkasan, Fortnum & Mason, The Ritz and The Dorchester. The cosmopolitan feel of the area is helped by tourism and the large number of embassies, and families are well catered for by the local schools and colleges.

Mayfair is conveniently ringed by Underground stations, all of them right on the area’s border. In the very unlikely case that you can’t find quite the right boutique or high-end dining experience on your doorstep, just hop on the Tube.

Transport & Lettings

Green Park (Victoria, Piccadilly and Jubilee), Hyde Park Corner (Piccadilly), Bond Street (Central and Jubilee), Oxford Street (Bakerloo, Central and Victoria), Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly).

Average rental prices in Mayfair W1:

Studio flat: £350
One-bed flat: £450-£650
Two-bed flat: £750-£1,500
Three-bedroom flat or house: £1,500-£2,500
Four-bedroom flat or house: £2,500-£4,000