Primrose Hill

Once a hunting forest for Henry VIII and later declared a public park in the 19th century, Primrose Hill was named after Prime Minister Archibald Primrose, whose premiership witnessed the rapid expansion of the London underground network. The hill itself is located on the northern side of Regent’s Park and offers one of the finest views across town.

 

The area has always been very affluent, historically attracting academics and intellectuals to its Victorian terraced properties. Today, families and young professionals are drawn to the highly desirable neighbourhood by the quiet village atmosphere and excellent connections to central London. 

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Schools

As well as the local state primary school that serves the area, Primrose Hill Primary, there is a selection of excellent schools in neighbouring areas, such as St John’s Hill and Regent’s Park, including the ever-popular American School (featured).

Lifestyle

For all day dining and global comfort food, The Greenberry Café is a very popular neighbourhood café, Much-loved restaurants in the area include the Michelin-starred and iconic Odette’s on Regent’s Park Road, and further down the road, traditional Greek

There are a variety of popular pubs in the area, many of which serve good food too, such as The Queens and the stylish Engineer.

Green spaces & recreation

On the hill itself (featured) are facilities such as an outdoor gym and children’s playground. The area is also within walking distance of Regent’s Park, in which the world-famous London Zoo is located.

Transport

The area is served by two nearby tube stations, Camden Town and Chalk Farm, both of which are on the Northern Line.