Serving Central London since 1983
One of central London’s most sought after districts; ‘The Village’ is a tranquil haven of independent shops, restaurants and cultural institutions, a rare commodity not often found in major cities.
At the southern tip of our neighbourhood this famous London landmark, designed by John Nash as an entrance to Buckingham Palace in 1828. It’s in a slightly isolated spot, however the area to the north east of it features a vast array of Victorian mansion flats and Georgian houses and apartments.
Synonymous with the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, Baker Street runs from Regents Park, across the Marylebone Road and ends close to the shopping mecca – Selfridges on Oxford Street.
Edgware Road runs for several miles starting at Marble Arch. The route has its own origins as a Roman Road and therefore runs in an almost perfect straight line. Before the Romans it began as an ancient trackway within the Great Middlesex Forest. Today it is a thoroughfare offering International cuisine and fantastic Middle Eastern delis alongside Waitrose, Tesco's and Marks and Spencer's.
The residential area of Hyde Park is at the northern end of the park by Bayswater Road, with an amazing 350 acres of green space on the doorstep. Many of the area’s properties are built around garden squares.
This is one of London’s most impressive and popular parks featuring an array of facilities including the famous zoo, tennis courts, playgrounds and an open-air theatre. An ideal area for families looking to relocate and buy or rent property in central London.