Regent’s Park

A palatial parkland with the properties to match

Regent’s Park is an area steeped in history. The park itself is Grade I listed on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens, including the lake, sports pitches and children’s playgrounds. Some of London’s grandest stucco terraces sweep around its edge – each house and apartment benefiting from wide, verdant views. The streets behind these properties, to the south west, are lined with Edwardian terraces, red brick Victorian mansion blocks, mews houses and modern apartment buildings.

The shops, bars and eateries of Marylebone are only a short walk away, as well as a number of underground stations and London Marylebone Station. From here, Chiltern Main Line trains head out of the capital towards towns and cities such as Oxford, Birmingham and Stratford-upon-Avon.

Regent’s Canal runs along the northern side of the park’s Outer Circle and through London Zoo, home to over 750 species of animals. Continuing north, the steep but rewarding climb to the top of Primrose Hill proves the perfect spot for a picnic with panoramic city views.



Regent’s Park Underground
Baker Street Underground
Marylebone Station & Underground

Green Space

Regent’s Park
Primrose Hill
Park Square