Hyde Park Area Guide
Hyde Park boasts the largest recreational space in central London spanning over 625 acres. Apart from attracting tourists, it is also an extremely convenient and surprisingly quiet place to live. From Connaught Village to Bayswater and Lancaster Gate, the variety of shopping and restaurants available to locals is remarkable and thus living in this vibrant area appeals to a huge variety of individuals.
It is fascinating how much the properties in this area differ in terms of size, type and style. From exclusive town houses, warehouse conversions and blocks with shared gardens, price can vary dramatically. We are fortunate to work with Hyde Park Estates on their portfolio, offering a beautiful selection of living options, for more information please visit their website www.hydeparkestate.com.
With five London underground stations located closely around Hyde Park including Hyde Park Corner, Knightsbridge, Queensway, Lancaster Gate and Marble Arch, this is a commuter’s paradise. Whilst the West End is just a short walk, the Financial District is only 15 minutes on the tube and Heathrow Airport is just a 20 minute ride on the Heathrow Express from nearby Paddington Railway Station.
This spot really offers something for everyone.
Council Tax Information
Council Tax is worked out by your local council who sets the Council Tax rates for each year. Your property postcode will determine which council you will need to pay. There are currently 2 councils covering the Hyde Park/Paddington area, Westminster and Camden Council.
For more information about council tax bands please visit: https://www.gov.uk/pay-council-tax or see below for current rates according to tax band.
|Kensington & Chelsea||£695.20||£811.07||£926.93||£1,042.80||£1,274.53||£1,506.27||£1,738.00||£2,085.60|