St John’s Wood Property & Area
Located to the north of Regent’s Park, St John’s Wood was one of London’s first informal garden suburbs and is characterised by its tree-lined avenues and properties with large gardens. The area is popular with families and offers good opportunities for those looking for residential property investment.
Local character and style
St John’s Wood is a residential area with a large number of mansion blocks built in the first half of the twentieth century as well as sizeable, detached houses with private carriageways and extensive gardens. There is an interesting mix of architectural styles from early Victorian white stucco to glass and steel modern apartment blocks overlooking Regent’s Park. It is particularly well-known for its 1930s-1950s blocks along Prince Albert Road which front Regent’s Park.
These include Avenue Road, Acacia Road and Carlton Hill.
Key public transport
Jubilee Line tube.
Local attractions include Regent’s Park, London Zoo and Lord’s Cricket Ground. St John’s Wood High Street offers good shopping facilities and Primrose Hill is nearby with its fashionable restaurants and cafés.
The Obbard Property Portfolio features many properties in this area. For buy to let advice or more details about property investment in this area of London please get in touch.