Primrose Hill

A picturesque high street well-loved by locals

Once the centre of the British piano-making trade, Primrose Hill is now known for its close-knit community and village-like feel. Over the years it’s drawn in many a celebrity, from Sylvia Plath in the 1960s, Kate Moss in the 1990s to the likes of Lily James and Richard Madden more recently.

From the top of Primrose Hill itself, the London skyline provides a sprawling vista to admire alongside coffee and cake from one of the local independent cafes. Numerous family-owned pubs, restaurants and shops also make up the quaint high street.

Properties in the area are often in high demand, with many buyers on the lookout for one of the famous pastel-coloured terraces, Regency townhouses or Georgian villas overlooking the canal. Without its own station, the closest tube stop is Chalk Farm on the Northern line, located just over the iron bridge on Regent’s Park Road.



Chalk Farm Underground
Camden Town Underground

Green Space

Primrose Hill
Regent’s Park