There is no doubt that Regent’s Park, St John’s Wood and Marylebone are amongst London’s most affluent and influential areas.
The Regent’s Park dominates the local area, occupying some 410 acres and borders Marylebone and St John’s Wood. Regent’s Park, home to the oldest scientific zoo “London Zoo”, also provides residents with the opportunity to access sports pitches, tennis courts, athletics, children’s playgrounds, the open-air theatre, to walk, run, cycle or even to boat on the substantial lake.
St John’s Wood is home to the world-famous Lord’s Cricket Ground as well as the famed Abbey Road Studios where the Beatles recorded. The local area further boasts the world-famous Madame Tussauds.
Regent’s Park itself is also the location to some of the most impressive architecture within Prime Central London with a number of imposing period houses being owned by several international royal families as well as the being home to the US Ambassador. Surrounding the park are multiple tree lined streets of white, stuccoed terraced houses designed by the architect John Nash, who is also responsible to the famed Park Crescent which has gifted the local area with a distinct feel of grandeur and elegance. Highlighted by the presence of London Business School, the area is popular with international families due to the high-quality local schooling.
Regent’s Park, St John’s Wood and Marylebone offer a plethora of upmarket coffee shops, boutique shopping and varied Michelin-starred restaurants including: the Ivy St John’s Wood, Portland and fashionable Chiltern Firehouse, as well as many more.
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