Bohemian and arty Fitzrovia most famous address is Fitzroy Square, an audaciously grand white Georgian terrace housing numerous embassies as well as blue plaques commemorating its famous residents including George Bernard Shaw and Virginia Woolf. At once grand but also independent the district is home to the newest Banksy graffiti on Clipstone Street. Fitzrovia is a genuine mix of commerce, residents and restaurants becoming popular with developers and investors who see it as an area with real potential. Although only a short walk from Oxford Street, Fitzrovia remains relatively peaceful and one of the most affordable locations in the centre of the capital.

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