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Living like a local (sort of) in London

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Hi, all,

Now that we've decided to stay in London, I am looking at apartments. I have a tenuous grasp of London areas, and think that South Kensington, Knightsbridge, and Westminster suit our tastes (residential, quiet, near transport ... some might say stodgy. We rented a condo on Maui once that we really liked a lot and a TripAdvisor reviewer complained that the complex was boring and full of old geezers. Ah, well.)

That being said, I have found this apartment not in any of those places: http://www.ivylettings.com/properties-to-let/std/

Would appreciate input on not only the location of this particular property but also my perceived preferred areas.

I issue a blanket thank you for your patience as I muddle through this!

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