Considering a move to Camden? Discover the hidden and residential part of this world famous area. Camden is known to be a particularly colorful and mixed part of North London. Tucked between the uptown areas of Primrose Hill and Regent’s Park, Camden Town offers a very distinctive 70’s underground and punk atmosphere and is famous for its bustling markets, its bars, pubs and music venues.
The late singer Amy Winehouse, who lived in the area, has her image all around the district on walls and her statue in Stables Market. Known for attracting young professionals, artists and bohemians style people, Camden is also home to lovely colored Georgian houses, larger Victorian houses, low rise council blocks and Georgian/Victorian terraces. The area’s lively energy and the excellent transport links attract mostly young professionals, most of them working in the field of creative and art. But even families are now considering a move to Camden. The small tree-lined streets of the area offer an excellent quality of life for residential people, with lots of locals shops, the canal path, Regent’s Park being so close and some good local schools, among them Camden School for girls, an excellent state secondary school. For some years now, French families are also attracted in this area, mostly because of the Bilingual schools situated near Camden, the Collège Français Bilingue de Londres and La Petite Ecole Bilingue de Kentish Town.