It’s getting closer to that time of year when dressing up as a zombie, Dracula or Frankenstein’s creation is not just acceptable, but encouraged. Halloween is the third most popular celebration of the year, behind Christmas and Easter. If you’re stuck for things to do in London on Fright Night, this guide to Halloween events and ghoulishly good property will separate the tricks from the treats.
Take your cat or dog to one of the Pet Pavilion branches at Kensington or Chelsea where they’ll get a Halloween makeover. Having a Batman cat or Dracula dog will definitely boost your sweet totals while trick or treating.
Why not also check out some of the spooktacular properties available in Kensington and Chelsea? This three bedroom apartment on Duchess of Bedford’s Walk, is a good place to start.
If you want to know more about our Kensington properties, visit the office on Thackery Street, or for more information, click here.
Pet Pavilion Chelsea branch: 125 Sydney St, London SW3 6NR
Pet Pavilion Kensington branch: 60 Gloucester Rd, Kensington, London SW7
Some cocktails are perfect for Halloween and the Royal China’s ‘Blood Sucker’ is a prime example. And while you are in Canary Wharf, why not check out this two bedroom apartment, in the Landmark development. If you feel inspired by the night views across London then visit the Canary Wharf branch, where our friendly lettings negotiators are on hand to help you find the perfect rental property.
At the Grange pub in Ealing, they plan to keep the party going. Their Halloween party is on 7th November, so be sure to dress to impress as the best costumes will appear on social media.
While you’re in Ealing, visit the Dickens Yard development, where you’ll find a stylish selection of studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments available to rent from £325 per week.
For more information on Dickens Yard and other properties in Ealing, contact the local branch, where one of our negotiators will be happy to assist you.
The Grange pub and dining, Warwick Rd, London W5 3XH
What could be creepier than a gothic revival chapel on Halloween? A two-night scary movie showing in a gothic revival chapel, that’s what. The Union Chapel in Canonbury is showing Escape from New York followed by a medley of the Halloween series. An added bonus includes Alan Haworth, the composer who scored many of the iconic films, providing live accompaniment and excerpts from other famous movies before and after the screenings. Fancy dress is encouraged and all the proceeds go towards restoration and development of the chapel.
Highbury is located a short journey from Canonbury and is the home to popular residential development, Highbury Stadium Square. Here you’ll find a selection of one and two-bedroom apartments situated around a scenic two-acre communal garden. Rentals start from £350 per week
For more information on properties in Highbury and surrounding areas, contact our Highgate office.
Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, N1 2UN
For an evening of true horror, visit the original Jack the Ripper crime scenes in Whitechapel and Spitalfields, in the City. While you are finding out about the infamous Victorian serial killer it’s worth noting that these days the area is one of the capital’s most sought after for property. This tastefully presented three-bedroom apartment on Moor Lane is a fine example of the financial district’s spectacular available properties.
If you would like more information on City properties, visit the branch page.
For a Halloween daytime treat, head to the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. Children and adults can create shadow puppets inspired by ghost ships and sea monsters from 10am-4pm.
Greenwich itself is a beautiful and bustling World Heritage Site. Speak to the Greenwich team about finding your perfect property and for more information, visit the branch page.
National Maritime Museum, Park Row, Greenwich, SE10 9NF
October 31st sees the streets filled with everything from excited zombies to hundreds of Harry Potters collecting enough sweets to last the entire year.
Hampstead is known as a family-orientated village with boutique shops, delicious patisseries and the open spaces of Hampstead Heath. This three-bedroom cottage is a fine example of one of Hampstead’s attractive properties. If you’d like to move to Hampstead in time for Halloween, get in touch.
The pumpkins are carved, costumes decided and treat bags are ready – we’ve got Halloween and the rental market covered. If would like to find a new home for Halloween, have a look at our listings page or contact us . We’ll be happy to help take the frights out of finding a rental property.
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