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The beautiful, expansive greenery of Regent’s Park is one of London’s finest assets. Residents of Regent’s Park can enjoy the benefits this vast, well maintained, on-your-doorstep park affords. Covering an area of 395 acres, this Royal Park features Queen Mary's Gardens with more than 12,000 roses of 400 varieties. With excellent sports facilities spanning nearly 100 acres it includes the largest outdoor sports area in central London.

The properties surrounding the park are among the most stunning and luxurious in the capital. Currently both the Sultan of Brunei and the US Ambassador own property here.

Bordering the vibrant and affluent areas of Marylebone, Camden and Primrose Hill, Regent’s Park has historically been one of the most sought-after corners of London. Like most of the great parks in London, the land was originally part of Henry VIII’s vast swathe of hunting grounds. After hunting fell out of favour with the aristocracy the land was used for farming until 1811, when King George IV considered using the land for a new summer palace.

The palace was planned but never built after he turned his attentions to improving Buckingham Palace instead, but plans for the creation of the park continued under designer John Nash. Regent's Park is now considered to be a perfect example of Georgian landscape design and planning, and is often referred to as the ‘jewel in the crown’.

Architecture in Regent’s Park

As one would expect from the Regency history and development of Regent’s Park under King George IV, the properties on the surrounding terraces of the Outer Circle are large, imposing Regency-style Georgian terraced houses with views over the park. Known colloquially as the Grand Nash Terraces, after John Nash, they are some of the finest examples of prime Regency architecture in London.

What makes Regent’s Park so special?

The Regent’s Park area is perhaps the most regal, refined and elegant in London, attracting international royals, such as the Sultan of Brunei, to its grand, sweeping terraces. The amenities of Marylebone, Camden, Primrose Hill and St John’s Wood are in close proximity, yet the properties here enjoy the peace and seclusion of being on the edge of parkland and protected green space.

Regent’s Park property types

The streets bordering Regent’s Park are famous for providing beautiful Grand Nash terrace properties, named after Georgian architect John Nash. The largest and most prestigious properties can be found York Terrace, Chester Terrace, Hanover Terrace, Cambridge Gate and Gloucester Gate.

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Schools near Regents Park

Dominating the space between Camden, Marylebone, Primrose Hill and St John’s Wood, Regent’s Park is perfectly positioned for accessing the best independent schools in North West and Central London, including Francis Holland School, Devon House Preparatory, St Christina’s School, while alternative curriculums are available at the American School and the Maria Montessori School.

Francis Holland School: Regent’s Park
Clarence Gate, Ivor Place, London NW1 6XR 020 7723 0176 www.fhs-nw1.org.uk
Abercorn School
28 Abercorn Place London NW8 9XP 020 7286 4785 www.abercornschool.com
Arnold House School
1 Loudoun Road St John's Wood London NW8 0LH 020 7266 4840 www.arnoldhouse.co.uk
St Christina’s School
25 Saint Edmund's Terrace, London NW8 7PY 020 7722 8784 www.saintchristinas.org.uk
The American School
38 Buckland Crescent, London NW3 5DH 020 7722 1525 www.asl.org
University College School
11 Holly Hill, London NW3 6QN 020 7435 3068 www.ucs.org.uk
University College School
11 Holly Hill, London NW3 6QN 020 7435 3068 www.ucs.org.uk
St Margaret’s School
18 Kidderpore Gardens, London NW3 7SR 020 7435 2439 www.st-margarets.co.uk
North Bridge House School
1 Gloucester Avenue, London NW1 7AB 020 7267 6266 www.northbridgehouse.com
Portland Place School
56-58 Portland Place, London W1B 1NJ 0207 3078700 www.portland-place.co.uk
Queen’s College London
43-49 Harley Street, London W1G 8BT 020 7291 7000 www.qcl.org.uk
Devonshire House Preparatory
2 Arkwright Road, London NW3 6AE 020 7435 1916
St Anthony’s Preparatory
90 Fitzjohn’s Avenue, London NW3 6NP 020 7431 1066 www.stanthonysprep.org.uk
The Academy School
3 Pilgrim's Place, Hampstead, London NW3 1NG 020 7435 6621
Heathside Prep
Heath Street, London NW3 6UZ 020 7794 5857 www.heathside.net
Lyndhurst House
24 Lyndhurst Gardens, Hampstead, London NW3 5NW 020 7435 4936 www.lyndhursthouse.co.uk
Maria Montessori School
26 Lyndhurst Gardens, London NW3 5NW 020 7435 3646 www.mariamontessori.org
St Mary’s School
47 Fitzjohn's Avenue London NW3 6PG 020 7435 1868 www.stmh.co.uk

Things to do

While residents of a Regent’s Park property can enjoy easy access to the rest of London, Regent’s Park offers a wealth of cultural attractions, museums, and excellent restaurants in its own right. The park itself is one of London’s most attractive green spaces and is home to an open air theatre, the famous London Zoo, and the country's largest, free to access waterfowl collection and 100 species of wild bird. Nearby museums and galleries include the Wallace Collection, the Royal Academy of Music, the Grant Museum of Zoology, the Jewish Museum and the unusual Sherlock Holmes Museum.

Among the award-winning restaurants in the Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill area, Galvin Bistrot de Luxe, Lemonia and Michael Nadra are particularly renowned by local diners.

London Zoo
Regent's Park, London NW1 4RY 020 7449 6200 www.zsl.org
Regents Park Open Air Theatre
Inner Circle, Westminster NW1 4NU 0844 826 4242 www.openairtheatre.com
Royal Academy of Music
Marylebone Road, London NW1 5HT 020 7873 7373 www.ram.ac.uk
Wallace Collection
Hertford House, Manchester Square, London W1U 3BN 020 7563 9500 www.wallacecollection.org
Sherlock Holmes Museum
221b Baker Street, London NW1 6XE 020 7224 3688 www.sherlock-holmes.co.uk
Grant Museum of Zoology
Rockefeller Building, University College London, 21 University Street, London WC1E 6DE 020 3108 2052 www.ucl.ac.uk
Landmark Spa & Health Club
222 Marylebone Road, London NW1 6JQ 020 7631 8000 www.landmarklondon.com
Jewish Museum
Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert St, London NW1 7NB 020 7284 7384 www.jewishmuseum.org.uk
Wellcome Collection
183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE 020 7611 2222 www.wellcomecollection.org
Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD 020 7307 3888 www.architecture.com
Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archeology
Malet Place, Camden, London WC1E 6BT 020 7679 2884 www.ucl.ac.uk
Pollock’s Toy Museum
1 Scala Street, Greater London W1T 2HL 020 7636 3452 www.pollocksmuseum.co.uk
Galvin Bistrot De Luxe
66 Baker Street, London W1U 7DJ 020 7935 4007 www.galvinrestaurants.com
89 Regent's Park Road, London NW1 8UY 020 7586 7454 www.lemonia.co.uk
Feng Shang Princess
Southern Star Cumberland Basin, Prince Albert Road, London NW1 7SS 020 7485 8137 www.fengshang.co.uk
Michael Nadra
42 Gloucester Avenue, London NW1 8JD 020 7722 2800 www.restaurant-michaelnadra.co.uk

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Shopping in Regent’s Park

Some of the best designer boutiques surrounding Regent’s Park can be found in Primrose Hill to the north, and Marylebone to the south. Regent’s Park Road in Primrose Hill is filled with independent shops, delicatessens and ‘one of a kind’ fashion boutiques - Studio 8 and Anna, children’s clothing store Elias and Grace, delicatessen Graham & Green and fantastic local bookshop, Primrose Hill Books.

Marylebone’s Moxon Street has become a foodie paradise; a gourmet food destination due to the number of specialist food stores such as The Ginger Pig and La Fromagerie, while other notable shops in the area include the Conran Shop, Diptyque, Sandro and largest branch of Daunt Books in London.

Conran Shop
55 Marylebone Road, Marylebone, London W1U 5HS 020 7723 2223 www.conranshop.com
126 Regent's Park Road, London NW1 8XL 020 7483 0411
Studio 8
83 Regent's Park Road, London NW1 8UY 020 7449 0616 www.studio8shop.com
Graham & Green
164 Regent's Park Road, London NW1 8XN 020 7586 2960 www.grahamandgreen.co.uk
Melrose and Morgan
42 Gloucester Avenue, London NW1 8JD 020 7722 0011 www.melroseandmorgan.com
Primrose Hill Books
134 Regent's Park Road, Greater London NW1 8XL 020 7586 2022 www.primrosehillbooks.com
Elias & Grace
158 Regents Park Rd, London NW1 8XN 020 7449 0574
Daunt Books
83-84 Marylebone Rd, London W1U 4QW 020 7224 2295 www.dauntbooks.co.uk
Primrose Hill Bakery
134 Regent's Park Road, Greater London NW1 8XL 020 7586 2022 www.primrosehillbooks.com
La Fromagerie
2-6 Moxon Street, London W1U 4EW 020 7935 0341 www.lafromagerie.co.uk
The Ginger Pig Butcher
8-10 Moxon Street, Marylebone, London W1U 4EW 020 7935 7788 www.thegingerpig.co.uk
68 Marylebone Rd, London W1U 5JH 020 7224 4948 www.diptyqueparis.co.uk
6 Marylebone Rd, London W1U 4NJ 020 7486 9176 www.sandro-paris.com

Local Services

London Borough of Camden
Camden Town Hall Judd Street London WC1H 9JE 020 7278 4444 www.camden.gov.uk
The Princess Grace Hospital
42-52 Nottingham Place London W1U 5NY 020 7486 1234 www.theprincessgracehospital.com
Studio 8
University College Hospital 235 Euston Road, Fitzrovia, London NW1 2BU 020 3456 7890 www.uclh.nhs.uk
Regent’s Park Practice
Cumberland Market, London NW1 3RH 020 7388 4474 www.ampthillpractice.co.uk
Westminster City Council
P.O Box 240 Westminster City Hall 64 Victoria Street London SW1E 6QP 020 7641 2000 www.westminster.gov.uk

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