MBM Ringley Camden NW1 9QS Estate and Letting Agent

MBM Ringley
Ringley House, 349 Royal College Street
Greater London
Tel:  020 7428 1980
Welcome to MBM Ringley!

MBMRingley is an independent firm of estate agents, chartered surveyors and property managers in Camden, London dealing with the sale letting and management of property for sale in the Kentish Town, Camden, Tufnell Park and other areas of the Boroughs of Camden and Islington.

Our team has an in-depth knowledge of residential property markets and can provide consultancy and advice on a wide range of projects.

We can help you to buy, sell or develop residential property for yourself or for investment purposes.

We covers areas such as London Bridge, Canary Wharf, The Docklands and the E1 and E2 postcodes as well.


The Regent's Canal runs through the north end of Camden Town; its 8.5 mile towpath, which passes through London Zoo, is a pleasant and popular walk in summer. Boat trips along the canal, from Camden Lock, are also interesting.

Not far away is Regent's Park, a large and pleasant park which was formerly Henry VIII's hunting chase. There are spectacular rose gardens in bloom in the spring, a boating lake, always-hungry ducks and geese, and several children's playgrounds. Conkers are plentiful in autumn. London Zoo is at the north of the park.

The Roundhouse is a railway building constructed in 1847 for the London and Birmingham Railway. It had various uses and eventually became derelict and was converted to a music venue in the 1960s. Since its re-opening in 2006 it has once again become one of London's leading cultural venues, as a theatre and music venue.

To the east of Camden Town station and running along the canal is a modern complex designed by Terry Farrell as the original studios of TV-am. The studios are now used by MTV but retain the egg cup sculptures along the roof line of original owners.

There are a great many shops, bars, restaurants and cafes. The area south of the tube station is typical of a London High Street; towards the north we find the markets and attractions typical of the area. There are a number of English language schools in the area.

Camden Square is a short walk away from Camden Town station and has a playground and dog walking area.

Camden is well-known for its markets: these are of relatively recent date, except for Inverness Street market, a small food market serving the local community, though now with only 3 fruit and vegetable stalls among more touristy stalls Camden Lock market proper started in a former timber-yard in 1973, and is now surrounded by satellites: Buck Street market, Stables market, Camden Canal market, and an indoor market in the Electric Ballroom.

The markets are a major tourist attraction at weekends, selling inexpensive goods of all types including fashion, lifestyle, books, food, junk/antiques and bizarre goods; they and the surrounding shops are popular with young people, in particular those searching for "alternative" clothing.

Kentish Town:

Today Kentish Town is a busy shopping and business area. It offers libraries, gyms and other entertainments to visitors and its community. Its proximity to Camden Town is ideal for further entertainment and a wider range of shops.

Kentish Town is a haven for independent shops. A survey by the local Green Party found that of 87 shops on the high street, 53 were still independently owned. The high street is a venue of national chains and independents. Many 'World Food' shops have opened up on the street.

Kentish Town has always been noted for its pubs and bars, including the Bull and Gate music pub which featured early performances by Blur, Suede, PJ Harvey, Ash, Keane, The Libertines, Muse, Manic Street Preachers, and Coldplay.

Kentish Town is also home to The Forum, a popular live music venue.

One of London's most famous nudist public baths, Rio's, is in Kentish Town.

Many of the old buildings remain, albeit hidden behind the facades of modern shops or neglected, and it is still possible to get a good impression of Kentish Town's heritage in present-day NW5.

Many of the filming locations used in the 2006 film "Venus" starring Peter O'Toole and Lesley Phillips, were in Kentish Town.

Kentish Town (by postcode) consists of Queen's Crescent, Torriano, part of Highgate, Tufnell Park & Kentish Town High Street.