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Britain’s 5 Best Luxury Boutique Locations

by Marquette Turner Luxury Homes

in commercial real estate, Real Estate Radar, Variety

The perfect location provides any luxury boutique with a certain je ne sais quoi.

Chic boutiques in stylish locales can outperform competitors in less salubrious locations — even when products and services are of a similar standard.

So if you’re thinking of investing in a classy commercial property here are five of Britain’s best boutique locations.

Elegant Edinburgh

Edinburgh was christened ‘Athens of the North’ due to its Neoclassical architecture and prominence in Enlightenment Europe.

Its world-renowned international festival and stunning natural beauty make it a global tourist hotspot.

George Street boasts beautiful Georgian architecture and is home to a host of stylish shops and bars — making it a prime spot for commercial real estate with high-calibre footfall.

And Stockbridge’s laid-back vibe makes it a great choice for cool cafes and craft shops.

But other areas of the city are worth keeping a keen eye on — Leith is a historical port and was once a separate town. And it’s now home to some of the most fashionable shops and bars in the city.


When you’re searching for shops to let in Glasgow, the Merchant City is an excellent location.

It’s home to snazzy restaurants, exclusive bridal boutiques and beautiful babywear shops.

Glasgow is the shopping capital of Scotland and Glaswegians love glamour. So investing in a bespoke boutique with an exclusive edge might be a wise move here.


Manchester is another Great British cultural capital.

The Northern Quarter at the city centre is abuzz with classy clubs, brilliant bars and shops that are the epitome of cool.

So if your business has a creative vibe you’ll be welcomed by culture vultures and fashionistas here.


Beatlemania was born in this famous city on the banks of the Mersey. And it’s home to two famous football teams too.

Liverpudlians love glamour and South John Street is the best location for designer shops and exclusive brands.

If you’re targeting a trendy clientele you could do worse than shop around for property here.


Last but not least comes London — the capital of Britain and a global investment hub.

Iconic stores Harrods and Selfridges make Knightsbridge and Oxford Street prime locations —  but other emerging London locations are worth consideration too.

Ealing and Brixton have seen property values soar and they’re boosted by vibrant and lucrative night-time economies.

But the London property market moves fast, so if you want to capitalise on the potential of these locations prepare to strike quickly.

So there are five luxury boutique locations prime for the picking — invest wisely and you’ll get the best of British.

What are your favourite shopping districts in Britain? Share your stories in the comments section.

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