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London Shopping outlet village   |   Nov 1, 2019,

The Best Areas to Rent Near Outlet Villages and Stores

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London is a shopper’s paradise, with everything from department stores to high-end boutiques. There are plenty of places to enjoy a shopping extravaganza in the capital, and yet there’s nowhere quite like an outlet village or store to find a bargain or two.

If you happen to be a bit of a shopaholic, you might even desire to live within proximity to some of the best outlet stores and villages. What’s better than a quick stroll to your favourite designer store with some seriously discounted prices?

“But where are the best areas to rent nearby designer outlet stores and villages”, you ask? Worry not, as we’re here to tell you precisely that, so you can rent a home that’s just a stone’s throw away from your favourite outlet store.

Read on, and discover the best areas to rent near outlet villages.

London Designer Outlet, Wembley

The Best Areas to Rent Near Outlet Villages and Stores

Pick up a bargain at the London Designer Outlet (LDO) in North London’s Wembley, where top brands are on offer at discounted prices. Shop the latest looks at Adidas, Next, H&M, M&S, Gap and more, then head to one of the 20 restaurants for a bite to eat.

It might be time to call Wembley Park your new home if you can’t get enough of the LDO store. With brand new build-to-rent developments, such as Tipi, and the iconic Wembley Stadium and Wembley Arena as your new local venues, Wembley Park has a bit of everything - from top-notch sporting events to fashion delights.

Check out our Wembley Park area guide

Current Wembley rental averages

One-bedroom apartment: £1,400

Two-bedroom apartment: £1,750

Bicester Village, Oxfordshire

The Best Areas to Rent Near Outlet Villages and Stores

Bicester Village isn’t in the capital, but this high-end outlet store is well worth the 51-minute journey from London’s Marylebone station. There are 130 boutiques, with fashion brands such as Alexander McQueen, Coach, Mulberry, Prada and Vivienne Westwood. Did someone say “that’s so chic, darling?”

Oxford is the closest major city to Bicester Village, but if you want easy access while keeping a London postcode, Marylebone is the area for you. The W1 postcode is doused in luxury, and is one of the most desirable areas to live in the UK. If you do end up residing in W1, expect to find plenty of quaint cafes, delightful restaurants and local shops along Marylebone High Street.

Get the lowdown on Marylebone with our area guide

Current Marylebone rental averages

One-bedroom apartment: £2,500

Two-bedroom apartment: £3,500

Topshop Outlet Store, Edgware

The Best Areas to Rent Near Outlet Villages and Stores

One of the UK’s most popular fashion brands, Topshop has been a regular fixture in people’s wardrobes since its inception in 1964. The outlet branch in Edgware sells stock at massive discounts that are even better than the regular in-store sales. That’s not all, though - everything at the Topshop Outlet Store is buy one get one free. Now that’s what we call a deal!

If the idea of having all of the Topshop clothes is your idea of bliss, you might want to consider Edgware as your new local area. Edgware is located on the edge of North London and comes as close to a London suburb as you can get. With a stop on the Northern Line, residents have easy access to the rest of London: Tottenham Court Road is a direct 30-minute journey.

Current Edgware rental averages

One-bedroom apartments: £1,150

Two-bedroom apartments: £1,450

Burberry Outlet Store, Hackney

The Best Areas to Rent Near Outlet Villages and Stores

Head to Hackney for the Burberry Outlet Store, where you can find discounts of up to 70% from the iconic British designer. If you’re a fan of the Burbs, it will be hard to pull yourself away from this outlet store. One word of warning though: there aren’t any changing rooms, so be prepared to get a bargain without trying any items on first.

Of course, if you live just around the corner, you don’t need to worry about the store’s lack of changing rooms. And it doesn’t come much better than calling Hackney your home, which just so happens to be one of London’s most creative areas.

Find out more about Hackney with our area guide

Current Hackney rental averages

One-bedroom apartment: £1,550

Two-bedroom apartment: £2,000

Paul Smith Outlet Store, Mayfair

The Best Areas to Rent Near Outlet Villages and Stores

Best known for its designer menswear, Paul Smith is a staple in British fashion folklore, and you can enjoy its trademark bright colour styles with discounts of up to 50% at the outlet store. Based in Mayfair, Paul Smith lives up to its billing as a fancy fashion with a designer location in the W1K postcode.

You might enjoy discounts of up to 50% at the Paul Smith Outlet Store, but there aren’t any reduced prices when it comes to renting in Mayfair. The central London area is another super prime hotspot in the capital, with residents getting to call shopping meccas like Bond Street their “local high street.”

Get fancy in Mayfair with our area guide

Current Mayfair rental averages

One-bedroom apartments: £3,500

Two-bedroom apartments: £5,000

Designer Warehouse Sale, Islington

The Best Areas to Rent Near Outlet Villages and Stores

Named as “one of the 10 best reasons for living in London” by Elle magazine, Designer Warehouse Sale is a shopper’s paradise. It’s not an outright outlet village, however. Instead, it runs 12 times a year in Islington and provides up to 60% off on high-end brands like Gucci, Marc Jacobs and Viktor & Rolf.

You don’t need the excuse of a trendy outlet village to live in the N1 postcode of Islington; the area is one of London’s primary hotspots, thanks to the boutique shops, restaurants, bars and cafes of Upper Street. There’s also a snazzy cinema, music venues and the lively atmosphere of Angel just a stone’s throw away.

Discover the eclectic area of Islington with our area guide

Current Islington rental averages

One-bedroom apartments: £2,000

Two-bedroom apartments: £2,700

Designer paradise

If you’re after some serious retail therapy, that’s only a few steps away from your home, you can’t go wrong with these areas nearby an outlet village. Stay on top of your fashion game while enjoying some of the best areas London has to offer.

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