A Service Tailored To YOUR Needs!

Dean Street Properties is a letting agency primarily focused on the residential rental industry. We aim to offer a personalised and tailored services because we believe that all our customers, landlords and tenants alike, have different needs and requirements. At every step of the way we aim to keep our customers involved, informed and updated.

For landlords this will entail:

  • discussing the market available for their property
  • discussing what type of tenant the landlord would like to attract
  • providing a fast and efficient use of the latest technologies to market the property
  • if required guiding the landlord with regard to the preparation of his property
  • For tenants this will entail

  • feedback on the properties available on the market
  • prompt appointments to view the properties selected
  • providing properties that are Gas safe and Electrical certified
  • ensuring that tenancy Deposits are held in accordance with the Deposit Protection Regulations
  • Dean Street Properties aims for 100% customer satisfaction.

    How to find us

    Underground: The nearest station to Dean Street is Tottenham Court Road Tube Station which is about 4 minutes to the North East.

    Car: There is limited parking facilities but car parks are available in the area

    Talk to Us

    Email: office@deanstreetproperties.com

    Phone: 07768 872835

    Lines are open 7 days a week

    Office hours:

    We are open Monday to Friday 9am to 3.00pm, Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays closed


History of Dean street

The street has a rich history. In 1764 a young Mozart gave a recital at 21 Dean Street. The French House in Dean Street is a public house that was the unofficial headquarters of Charles de Gaulle and the French resistance during World War II. Karl Marx lived on this street between 1851 and 1856, above what is now the Marco Pierre White restaurant Quo Vadis. The Marxes shared their house in Dean Street with Italian teachers and a cook and were very poor while living in the street.

Charles Dickens was also a regular on Dean Street, though before his writing time, when he was a young actor enthusiastically participating in amateur productions at Fanny Kelly's Royalty Theatre at number 73-74. Also, notably, Admiral Nelson stayed in Dean Street the day before setting sail for the Battle of Trafalgar. He spent the night drawing up his final battle plans. He is said to have spent the early part of the evening at a nearby undertakers selecting the coffin he would like to be buried in, had the battle not gone according to plan, which proved useful planning, as he died in the battle, despite leading the British fleet to victory

Source: wikipedia.org/wiki/Dean_Street