At the heart of London, you’ll find some of the most internationally recognisable institutions of government, the arts, education, media, and business. Many of the world’s most famous landmarks, people, and organisations call Central London home today, and have done so for centuries. Central London is heavily trafficked during the day, but its night population is significantly lower, as many more people visit and work in the centre than live here. A wide variety of property – from the very old to the very new, from utilitarian to luxurious, and everything in-between – is available here. Although homes here are more expensive than further out, life in Central London is certain to be a world-class experience – and it may be more within your reach than you think.