Guide to Prince Albert Road
There are few locations in North West London better positioned than Prince Albert Road. Running from St John’s Wood High Street to Parkway in Camden Town, along the North side of The Regent’s Park, this is truly one of the most desirable spots in London.
With Primrose Hill to the North and The Regent’s Park to the South, the residents of Prince Albert Road have access to hundreds of acres of beautiful outdoor space, the Open Air Theatre, London Zoo, Primrose Hill, the country’s largest free to access waterfowl collection, and the largest outdoor sports area in central London.
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The wide, tree lined Prince Albert Road is primarily made up of exclusive period mansion blocks and luxury contemporary buildings, and a few stucco fronted houses designed by John Nash, the architect, who designed The Regent’s Park itself. These residences afford truly stunning views over The Regent’s Park and the London skyline beyond.
The residents of Prince Albert Road are a cosmopolitan mix, with both local and international residents drawn to this beautiful area. The close proximity to the centre of London via the Jubilee Line draws plenty of bankers to the area, and the American School only a mile away makes it a popular road for American families moving to London. Adding further to the cosmopolitan feel, at the end of the road is a delightful Georgian Parish Church, and one of the largest mosques in London.
As a testament to the enduring popularity of this desirable road, there is even a nail varnish named after it; a sparkly purple colour made by premium beauty brand Nails Inc. Property prices are premium here too, with a three bedroom apartment in a portered block currently on the market for £3,100,000, and an apartment recently let by our St John’s Wood team for £1500 per week.
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