Regents Park

Regent’s Park has been property of the Crown ever since Henry VIII appropriated the land in the 16th century. Architect John Nash was commissioned by the Prince Regent in the early 19th century to design the spectacular and sweeping white-stucco terraces that line the area’s streets. The scheme is considered to be one of the finest examples of a garden suburb, and continues to be of influence today. 

In and around Regents Park, there are around 367 apartments and 200 houses. It is a neighbourhood with a vibrant multicultural community, which attracts highly affluent academics and celebrities, many of whom are drawn to the grand and desirable properties.  

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Schools

King Solomon Academy, a local state school rated “outstanding” by Ofsted, takes pupils from 3 to 18 years. Christ Bentick is an excellent small primary school. Arnold House and Abercorn Schools are excellent private options, and the ever-popular American School attracts a large community of American families to the area. 

Lifestyle

The New Inn (featured) is a popular gastropub, located near the park, and there is a huge variety of restaurants and cafes in nearby Primrose Hill and St John’s Wood.

Green spaces & recreation

Regent's Park (featured) is one of eight Royal Parks owned by the Crown Estate, it lies between the City of Westminster and the London Borough of Camden. It is a magnificent public green space, featuring facilities such as a running track and an outdoor sports area. World-famous London Zoo is situated within the park. 

Transport

The area around Regent’s Park is served by nearby St John’s Wood, which is on the Jubilee Line. Baker Street (Bakerloo, Jubilee and Central Lines) and mainline Marylebone are situated to the south of the park.