Renting and Buying Property in Regent's Park
Regent’s Park, an official Royal Park, also known as The Regent’s Park, is located in an extremely popular area in the northern central region of London. Regent’s Park resides partly within the London borough of Camden and partly within Westminster. Much like the nearby districts of Swiss Cottage and St John’s Wood, buying or renting in Regent’s Park is extremely popular amongst those looking for high end properties.
The properties in Regents’ Park are either purpose built blocks on either Prince Albert Road or Park Road and consist of high quality apartments with porters, parking and some with balconies and views over Regents Park and beyond.
The other types of property are the famous Nash Terrace buildings with the distinctive Stucco Fronts that Robert Nash the well known architect designed as early as 1809.
Buying or renting in Regent’s Park is made all the more attractive due to the strong transport links it sports, particular for commuters. The three nearest tube stations are at Regent’s Park itself, Great Portland Street and Baker Street. Those with longer commutes or who need to travel elsewhere will be glad to find the nearest railways stations at Camden Road and Marylebone.
Schools & Higher Education
For families, there are excellent educational institutions suitable for all ages, from early childcare and nursery places to further education colleges and universities within easy reach. Regent’s Park falls under the education jurisdiction of Camden LEA. Further information regarding school places and the opportunity to arrange initial visits may be done by contacting the LEA directly.
Things To Do
Being such an affluent area Regent’s Parks have a great number of eateries, shops, leisure activities and both historical and cultural attractions for residents and visitors of all ages to enjoy, the obvious being Regent’s Park itself. The Park is keen centre for sports and leisure activities of all types. There is of course the Open Air Theatre which has seen many well known stars take to the stage during the annual sixteen week summer season for the entertainment of many. There are also numerous sports played at the park including, but not limited to netball, cricket, rounders, tennis, football and rugby, running and much more. Nearby is the world renowned London Zoo which never fails to delight visitors of all ages time and time again.
Renting in Regent’s Park is very much about the lifestyle that can be enjoyed there as well as the vast number of social and cultural activities available. In addition to this the convenient travel links which make travel for work or pleasure purposes easy make Regent’s park all the more popular. The area boasts unrivalled historical architecture mixed with modern and convenient living and is suitable for couples, families and people enjoying living on their own.Property in and around Regent’s Park is much sought after for obvious reasons and as such rarely remains on the market for long. If looking to move into this area, whether you are renting or buying it is best to move fast as there are few areas around the UK that offer such a wide variety of benefits.
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