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The local area guide to living in Pimlico

Pimlico is a small and vibrant area in the heart of Central London, in between Victoria and Vauxhall tube stations. It is part of the City of Westminster borough, located near the River Thames, and is a 10 minute walk to the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, and a further 5 minutes will take you to the London Eye. The flats in Pimlico are very eye-catching, and many of them have the distinctive stucco terraces, which were the creation of Thomas Cubitt, a critically acclaimed builder during the 1800s.

During the Second World War, Pimlico managed to survive a series of heavy bombardments, although there were some parts that did suffer considerable damage. There are a number of Anglican churches in the area, such as St. Gabriel's, St. Saviour and St. James the Less. Tate Britain can also be found in Millbank, a 2 minute walk from Vauxhall Bridge. Pimlico is also home to Dolphin Square, a block of private flats, that has seen countless MPs and Lords move there, mainly because of the proximity to Parliament and the Palace of Westminster.

Information about the local residents

Although there are no figures for the population of Pimlico, Westminster has over 219,000 inhabitants. The borough of Westminster is very diverse, with 59% of the population described as White British or Other White, followed by Indians at 3.3%, Black African at 4.2%, and Chinese at 2.7%.

Pimlico is a very affluent area, and the average price of renting a 1 bedroom flat is £1,962, while a 2 bedroom house is £4,183. The average selling price of flats are around £518,146 for a 1 bedroom flat, and £1,045,576 for a 2 bedroom flat. There is a low unemployment rate, with just 2.1% registered as unemployed, compared to the national average of 7.7%.

Nearby schools

There are a number of schools and nurseries in and around Pimlico, with St. Barnabas Primary School, St. Gabriel's, and Burdett Coutts being the stand out choices for primary schooling. There is also Eaton Square School, which is an independent nursery as well as Preparatory school. For secondary schools, Westminster City School for boys achieved 73% of pupils attaining 5 or more A* - C grades, while Pimlico Academy specialises in the arts and history. For further education, the University of the Arts London, Chelsea College of Arts is situated just in front of Tate Britain.

Getting around

Pimlico is in arguably one of the most ideal places to live in the country, it is for instance perfectly located when it comes to its transport links and closeness to all the hot spots in London. Pimlico tube station is on the Victoria Line, which is Zone 1, while Victoria Station itself is only a 10 minute walk away, where there are regular trains going to all different parts of the country, as well as the Gatwick Express, which is only a 30 minute journey. Heathrow is also a mere 16 miles away on the Piccadilly Line, and London City Airport is just 10 miles away.

Local shops

Despite the residential feel of Pimlico, there are plenty of shops around. On Warwick Way, there is a Tesco store, a Holland & Barretts, a Marks & Spencer and a Sainsbury's Market 2 minutes away. On Victoria Street, there are a large number of retail stores such as Zara, Boots, and House of Fraser.

There are a few really nice pubs and bars in Pimlico, the Cask Pub & Kitchen on Charlwood Street serves real ales, craft beers and gourmet burgers, while The Queens Arms is a quaint British gastropub with two floors and a terrace.

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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.