Dori24 years oldLooking for a room in a friendly house, close to Hammersmith tube station. ...
Izzy19 years oldHello, my name is Izzy, I'm looking for a flatshare and have a budget of £650 per month. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, Izzy...
Eleonora21 years oldi check a flat for my work i need this only for sleep and wash my uniform because i work in a important resturant in center of london...
Tibor20 years oldLooking for a room for young couple. I am comming to work and my GF want to study. ...
Greta27 years oldHi i am looking 2bedroom house with car parking ... ...
George24 years oldHello, my name is George, I'm looking for a flatshare and have a budget of £600 per month. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, George...
João20 years oldHello, my name is João , I'm looking for a flatshare and have a budget of £550 per month. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, João ...
Paulo41 years oldLooking for a large double room with ensuite in a modern flat within 20 minutes walk from Canning Town station....
Rent a room in London
Flatsharing in London is much more than just an affordable way to live. Professionals and students now choose to rent a spare room for the lifestyle and social benefits it brings. After all, everything is better if you share it with friends! Living in a house share allows Londoners to rent closer to the city centre and swap commuting for exploring and relaxing. Dating back to Roman times, London has sprawled into a diverse metropolis packed with world renowned monuments including the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, St. Pauls Cathedral and the London Eye observation wheel. Supported by 5 different airports, London is the melting pot cultural capital of the UK, attracting over 17 million tourists each year.
Step away from the tourist hotspots and you find vibrant residential districts with their own unique characters. For the trend-setters looking to rent a spare room in London, the regeneration of East London has created a thriving multi-cultural area covering boroughs as diverse as Shoreditch, Bethnal Green, Hackney and Poplar. The artistic rooms to rent in London can also be found in North London, which prides itself on great nightlife and claims Camden and Islington as its go-to destinations for music lovers and foodies. The west boasts beautiful tree lined streets and café culture all the way from Notting Hill and Fulham to Hammersmith and Chiswick. The rooms to rent in West London can be a bit more expensive but you benefit from green spaces and relaxed charm. If something slightly edgier is your scene, then head south of the River Thames and find a spare room in Clapham, Brixton, Dulwich or Camberwell where there is never a dull moment!
Interconnected by buses, the London Underground tube network and the newly 24hr Night Tube, London’s boroughs compliment and compete with each other in equal measure. Your neighbourhood influences everything from rent prices and commute times to architecture, restaurant options and possibly even your sports team! So, whether you fancy a modern student room in a Wapping flatshare or purpose built student accommodation in Holloway. Maybe a Georgian house share with roommates in Wimbledon is more your thing. EasyRoommate is here to show you around.
- Acton average room rent £463
- Cambridge Heath average room rent £691
- Ealing average room rent £909
- Limehouse average room rent £783
- Lisson Grove average room rent £836
- Maida Hill average room rent £733
- Poplar average room rent £725
- Shepherds Bush average room rent £866
- Stepney average room rent £654
- West Kensington average room rent £643
- Barking average room rent £542
- Barnet average room rent £688
- Borehamwood average room rent £564
- Bromley average room rent £539
- Buckhurst Hill average room rent £450
- Kingston upon Thames average room rent £614
- New Malden average room rent £700
- Northolt average room rent £477
- Surbiton average room rent £669
- Twickenham average room rent £518