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camenbert
Posted - 18 April 2017 17:26
Ramsey, Douglas, Peel
Abbeywell/NSA
Posted - 18 April 2017 17:28
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Soho
Hampstead
Lewisham
pancake humper
Posted - 18 April 2017 17:29
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London Street
London Avenue
London Gardens
Abbeywell/NSA
Posted - 18 April 2017 17:32
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I do like Lewisham/Blackheath
Pinkus
Posted - 18 April 2017 17:34
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Marylebone
Fitzrovia
Dulwich
Judy_Carter
Posted - 18 April 2017 17:40
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Kensington
Holland Park
Belgravia
Keef_
Posted - 18 April 2017 17:47
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Fitzrovia
Holland Park
Richmond Hill
37 Sleeps To Christmas
Posted - 18 April 2017 17:53
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Battersea
Wandsworth
Clapham
Likes to eat cheeseburgers
Posted - 18 April 2017 17:54
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Mayfair
Belgrave Sq
Eaton Sq
Shepherd Market
Disaster Zondi
Posted - 18 April 2017 18:28
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Honestly none. The nice areas are too nice and the shyt areas too shyt.
Abbeywell/NSA
Posted - 18 April 2017 18:30
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Greenwich
Maida Vale
rogermellie
Posted - 18 April 2017 19:07
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Shad thames
Wimbledon village
Lydia
Posted - 18 April 2017 19:13
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I do like living out here - less diesel pollution, the young foxes are back on the lawns, the wood opposite, the peace. Even if you live in the heart of Hampstead or Mayfair you don't get what I have. Or perhaps I am always happy with what I have rather than what I don't have.
Saillaw
Posted - 18 April 2017 19:14
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Somewhere west of town with a garden with river frontage.
Wangpain for real ale
Posted - 18 April 2017 19:40
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Hard to think of anywhere i'd want to live in london tbh. Wynchmore hill is nice. Maybe kingston and epsom at a push? Is epsom in london?
Saillaw
Posted - 18 April 2017 20:03
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I love my Balham/Clapham hood. Good but unpretentious restaurants and pubs. Plenty of green spaces if you don't mind sharing them. Nice and handy for access to the south coast and Gatwick.

However, I can't understand anyone who wants to live in London forever.
Wellington
Posted - 18 April 2017 20:08
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1. Mitcham
Wellington
Posted - 18 April 2017 20:08
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Lol @ wanting access to Gatwick.
Saillaw
Posted - 18 April 2017 20:10
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I'm eyeing up the fringes of Mitcham at the moment.

I hate airports but Gatwick is 1,000 times better than most others.
Wellington
Posted - 18 April 2017 20:12
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The golf course there is distinctly "trade" iirc
Wangpain for real ale
Posted - 18 April 2017 20:13
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Gatwick is a seething mass of human misery. It is so comfortably the worst airport i have ever been to it could launch its own line of chez langues
Keef_
Posted - 18 April 2017 20:14
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No-one has gone for Kew, Chiswick, Barnes or Putney yet.

This is a good thing. Keep up the good work.
Saillaw
Posted - 18 April 2017 20:18
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Have you ever spent a Saturday morning in Geneva airport? I've almost lost the will to live there several times.
Obadiah Hakeswill
Posted - 18 April 2017 20:22
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Clerkenwell
Islington
Bloomsbury
Wellington
Posted - 18 April 2017 20:27
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I'd like to live in the Tower of London if that is possible.

Sans tourists though
Obadiah Hakeswill
Posted - 18 April 2017 20:36
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"Clerkenwell I can imagine is dead the evenings and weekends, ditto Bloomsbury"

I know. Amazing right?

Also, not sure I should really pay attention to anyone whose choices are a list of places you would get if you asked the same question on an Americans in London expat site. Talk about a lack of imagination.
Third Half
Posted - 19 April 2017 00:28
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(1) Maida Vale (or Warwick Ave) (funny enough I actually stayed there when I rocked up in the Smoke...can't even afford to park there now)
(2) Chiswick 'ish - closer to Hammersmith (but not too close)
(3) Somewhere like Chelsea but I want a house do perhaps Fulham Road somewhere

(i) horourable mention to Richmond but like Mexico and the US ... so close to Mick Jagger and so far from God
Maid_Marian02
Posted - 19 April 2017 09:27
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Wimbledon Village without fail - best of town and country
Richmond Hill for the views
Dulwich - the posh nicest bit

DONE
Legal Alien
Posted - 19 April 2017 09:35
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Marylebone
Mayfair
Chelsea
Maid_Marian02
Posted - 19 April 2017 10:10
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Nice cafes and parks
smalltimer
Posted - 19 April 2017 10:49
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1. London fields
2. Lower Clapton
3. Canonbury
calmly chaotic
Posted - 19 April 2017 11:05
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Hampstead, Maida Vale, Shad Thames
wilfrostron
Posted - 19 April 2017 11:47
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1. Barnes - proper riverside village near Central London but without the chain shops of Wimbledon village.

2. Richmond Hill

3. The maze of streets by the river in Chelsea.