St. Johns Wood is one of London's most popular neighbourhoods - there are a number of schools in St. Johns Wood making it the ideal place for you to settle if you've got a young family to look after or if you're planning on having a family in the near future. St. Johns Wood isn't London's most famous or expensive neighbourhood so you won't get the crowds of a more 'inner city' location, but it is a fantastic place to live - it's a relaxed and welcoming pocket of London.
St Johns Wood was developed from the early 19th century onwards and has become one of the most affluent areas in London. It is the location of Lord’s Cricket Ground the “home of cricket”, the home of the MCC Museum the oldest sports museum in the world, also Abbey Road Studios on Abbey Road, most closely associated with The Beatles.
We’re located at 99 St Johns Wood Terrace, close to the junction of St Johns Wood High Street with its many boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, banks, post office and other local amenities.
Public transport: St Johns Wood station (Jubilee Line) is less than 5 minutes walk from the office and connects with the Underground network providing access across the Capital.
There are a number of bus routes running past St Johns Wood heading into the West End and also out of town along Finchley Road.
Parking is predominantly for residents only during the week, though there are some ‘Pay by Phone’ bays to be found in convenient locations.
St Johns Wood: A selection of beautiful, detached, semi-detached and terraced, Stucco fronted houses which compliment an array of period and modern, purpose-built apartment buildings.
Maida Vale: A plethora of tree-lined avenues play host to traditional Mansion Buildings which prove popular amongst young professionals, families, international buyers and investors alike.
Little Venice: Located to the South of Maida Vale is a beautiful pocket of Stucco fronted houses overlooking the Regents Canal and the Paddington Arm of the Grand Union Canal. A waterbus operates from Little Venice eastwards around Regent’s Park, calling at Lon