Having been based at the top of St Johns Wood High Street for the past 34 years we have helped our clients move all around the locality. In doing so we have gained specialist knowledge in the sales and rental markets of St John’s Wood, Little Venice and Maida Vale, W1, Regents Park, Primrose Hill, Swiss Cottage and Hampstead. All these individual locations offer a quality lifestyle and easy access to the West End and City but independently enjoy unique character variations.
An elegant sophisticated architectural mix of period villas, Victorian townhouses, stylish mansion blocks and luxury modern apartments all surrounding a charming boutique and restaurant filled High Street, with the rolling green scape of Regents Park to the south and Hampstead Heath to the north. Other amenities include St Johns Wood underground station on the Jubilee line, the internationally renowned American School, Arnold House School, the Wellington and St John and Elizabeth hospitals and Lords Cricket Ground.
This is the residential area to the West of St Johns Wood, the locale known as Little Venice so named by its proximity to the charismatic Regents Canal, and comprising large white stucco residences either occupied in their entirety as a single family home or carved into character filled apartments. The rest of Maida Vale is defined by red brick Victoriana divided into flats and large mansion style apartment blocks backing onto communal gardens. Both locales are served by Maida Vale and Warwick Avenue underground stations, Bakerloo Line, and the shops and restaurants at Clifton Road.
Surrounding this stunning green scape are the magnificent stucco terraces as designed by John Nash, comprising a mix of houses and apartments many with outstanding views across the park and providing an exclusive address in central London. London Zoo can be found along the Outer Circle as can the home of the US Ambassador and the London Business School. Within the Inner Circle can be found the Open Air Theatre, restaurants, manicured gardens, Regents Park Tennis Club and the Regents University.
Primrose Hill is defined by a magnificent park offering outstanding views over central London and lies to the east of St John’s Wood. There are an eclectic mix of homes, low built multi coloured period family houses, Victorian terraces, Artist studio enclaves, ultra-modern infill properties, converted apartments and contemporary townhouses. A range of accommodation that is serviced by the fashionable shops and restaurants along Regents Park Road and transport facilities.
This location lies to the north of St John’s Wood, one stop between them on the underground train, and is a busy residential and commercial area focussed around the multiple shops along this section of the Finchley Road. Home to the famous Swiss Cottage Pub, designed as a swiss chalet, the stylishly designed Hampstead Theatre, the Central School of Speech and Drama and two Cinemas. Locally there are a range of apartments together with both Georgian style and contemporary family town houses available to buy and rent.
In many ways this is the first residential suburb as one travels north of Central London being awash with grand houses, cottages, modern residences and apartments both purpose built and converted. There is a wonderful array of boutiques, restaurants and famous public houses around the High Street together with an underground station, Northern Line. Outdoor facilities can be found aplenty with Hampstead Heath, Whitestone Pond and Kenwood surrounding the area. There are a selection of private schools within the village including University College School, Devonshire House, St Christopher’s, South Hampstead School for Girls to name but a few and medical needs easily met by the Royal Free Hospital.