A true village atmosphere in the heart of London, St John’s Wood appeals to both families and young professionals alike.
The area has a beautiful family home and is well connected back to central London.
St John’s Wood gets its name from the Great Forest of Middlesex, which was owned by the crown until it changed hands to the Eyre Estate in 1732.
The area is world renowned to the iconic Lords Cricket ground and the famous Abbey Road Studios which was the recording venue for the Beatles and Pink Floyd.
Types of Property
With roads with wide leafy streets and elegant Victorian detached and semi-detached villas, St John’s Wood has large houses, some boasting in excess of 15,000 sq ft. The most expensive large ambassadorial homes can be found on Avenue Road with the price tag in excess of £50 Million.
More recently various new development has been created with luxury apartments in St John’s Wood, alongside some of the art deco buildings.
Parks & Green Spaces
Regent’s Park with 395 acres of beautiful tranquil space and has a rose garden with over 12,000 roses.
Regents Park is also home the Open Air Theatre and the London Zoo and an Open Air Theatre.
Shopping and Eatery in St John’s Wood
St John’s Wood High Street has a variety of fashion boutiques, delis, and restaurants to organic food shops:
- Excellent food with different cuisines can be found in St John’s Wood.
- L'Aventure – French Cuisine
- Duke of York – British Cuisine
- Yasmeen Restaurant – Lebanese Cuisine
- The Ivy St John's Wood – British Cuisine
- Soutine – French Cuisine