St John’s Wood

A park-side retreat with a village-like feel

Nestled between Maida Vale and the north western corner of Regent’s Park, St John’s Wood offers tranquil, upmarket living. With a plethora of charming bars, cosy eateries and shops, there’s a never-ending supply of weekend activities. Not forgetting the nearby greenery of Primrose Hill and Regent’s Park, including the much-loved London Zoo.

In the 1960s, St John’s Wood was designated a Conservation Area. With detached Italianate villas, Victorian mansion flats, art deco blocks and modern developments, there’s an array of styles and sizes when it comes to choosing a property. Homes overlooking Lord’s Cricket Ground are especially desirable for sports fanatics.

Located on the doorstep of Central London, St John’s Wood tube station benefits from the Jubilee line, where passengers can reach London Bridge in just 13 minutes, passing Bond Street and Waterloo on the way.



Caffe Bianco


St John’s Wood Underground

Green Space

Regent’s Park
St John’s Wood Church Gardens
Primrose Hill