REGENTS PARK BUYING AGENTS
The Regents Park Buying Agents cover Primrose Hill, Regents Park, Marylebone and Mayfair
REGENTS PARK GUIDE
Regent’s Park is located within inner North-West London, straddling part of the City of Westminster and the London Borough of Camden. With 195 acres of carefully tended open parkland, Regent’s Park spans almost 400 acres in its entirety and boasts several public gardens with a wide variety of flora, including Queen Mary’s Gardens. The park also features many sports facilities, the London Zoo, and the Open Air Theatre. It is also home to Primrose Hill which offers a stunning view of Central London’s skyline.
REGENTS PARK PROPERTY SEARCH
A Regent’s Park property search will quickly show the area has enjoyed an illustrious architectural history, from the 1800s right up until the early 2000s. As a result, Regent’s Park has an array of ultra-prime properties, including the stately white stucco houses of architect John Nash found along Park’s Crescent. Featuring exquisite private residences, like the palatial St John’s Lodge and the exclusive villas of legendary architect Quinlan Terry, Regent’s Park is renowned as a refined, elegant address. The properties in the area reflect this level of sophistication and style, with the average flat valued at more than £2.5 million.
SUPER PRIME REGENTS PARK PROPERTY
The Regent’s Park Buying Agents have experience of buying all property types, ranging from flats to super prime family homes. However, The Buying Agents are probably most associated with acquiring off market super-prime property around the park.
REGENTS PARK PROPERTY INVESTMENT
Regents Park offers an impressive architectural landscape and with many facilities and features. The Regent’s University London and other highly respected institutions of higher learning and their residences in Regent’s Park are in very high demand. Rental yields and property prices have been consistently high for decades, making any Regent’s Park property a sound long-term investment.
BUYING A HOME IN REGENTS PARK
The park’s diverse offerings and many cultural activities attract home buyers of all ages. It’s central location and access to park’s open spaces make it an ideal location for families.
Regents Park (Bakerloo Line)
Great Portland Street (Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City and Circle Lines)