Property hunters in the postcode areas of SW2 and SW9 are approaching Brixton estate agents looking to set up home in a lively and eclectic area of south London that combines a vibrant day life and energetic nightlife with fantastic transport links – its Tube and train station are in Zone 2 – Ofsted-ranked schools and a wide selection of period flats and ex-local authority properties available at bargain prices.
Looking to let or rent in Brixton? With over 35 years experience in the area, Eden Harper are the Brixton letting agents you can trust. From our office on Brixton Hill we can offer you the local knowledge to help you find the right street for you or the right tenant if you are a landlord.
Whether you are looking for a family home or a flat to rent we have a range of properties available. Alternatively, if you have a property you want to let, we have a long list of tenants registered with us already. Let us value your property (just give us a call or fill in the form to the right) and we will find you the perfect tenant in no time.
The area has seen a lot of changes in the last 30 years, including massive investments that have seen the town centre given a facelift and the tube station improved. Transport links are great with central London easily accessible on the Victoria Line as well as the area being served by many buses. There are great restaurants, bars, shops and green spaces in abundance.
A diverse area, there are many types of properties for rent in Brixton, including purpose built flats and ex-local authority housing. There are also many Victorian houses, some converted into flats, some large family homes. With a wealth of experience in the area we can help you find the perfect home for your budget.
Once a cheap alternative to Clapham, a new generation of young and affluent fashion-conscious professionals, City commuters and creatives are moving to Brixton and adding to the cosmopolitan mix of inhabitants.
When it comes to offering a choice of properties, Eden Harper in Brixton has something for everyone. While there has been a surge in new-build in SW9, there are still plenty of attractive Victorian houses still very much in evidence. Many have been converted into flats, but you can still get five and six-bed properties too. In fact, many residents first buy flats here and then go on to buy family homes just a matter of streets away.
We’re not surprised. Although Brixton has lost none of its vibrancy and energy, the area has grown up and learned about community. It offers a well-designed town square and quirky shops and restaurants that make living there a pleasure. It even has its own currency, the Brixton Pound, and a windmill!