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Those looking to buy in St Johns Wood will be moving into one of the most gorgeous and desirable locations in London, famous for its stunning villas and beautiful tree-lined streets. Close to the hustle and bustle of the city centre and with Regent’s Park right on the doorstep, those looking in St Johns Wood to buy can join a list of aristocrats and celebrities.

Why Buy in St John’s Wood?

Among those who have favoured homes for sale in St Johns Wood include a range of world-famous celebrities such as Kate Moss. It’s a popular area thanks to the fact that it’s very close to Regent’s Park - one of London’s biggest and most attractive green areas. And, those who find a home in St John’s Wood for sale are never too far from some amazing London attractions, including the awesome ZSL London Zoo, the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre and Primrose Hill.

Things to Do in St John’s Wood:

Regent’s Park is, of course, the biggest attraction in the area, making it the perfect spot for those who love the outdoors. Another iconic attraction in St John’s Wood is the Abbey Road Studios - and you can even pay a visit to the world-famous zebra crossing on Abbey Road, which appeared on the cover image of the Beatles’ 11th studio album, also called Abbey Road. So it’s no surprise that the area is a special favourite among lovers of music.

What Kind of Properties is Available?

Although it is relatively close to the major city of London, living in St John’s Wood can feel somewhat more like village life. This makes it an especially great choice of area to invest in if you need to be close to the city for convenience's sake but prefer to go home to a quieter environment. Much of St John’s Wood is a conservation area and the residents care deeply about preserving its character, which shines through in the various modern and period properties on offer. You can find large detached villas, semi-detached houses, Victorian mansions converted into apartments or modern Art Deco flats.

Getting Around:

The London Underground is the best way to get into and out of St John’s Wood. You can reach the area in just minutes from both Bond Street and Baker Street stations, and the Bakerloo line runs through it. There are also several regular London buses running through the area that head into the city. You’ll also find routes going to the Overground stations at South Hampstead and Kilburn High Road.

If you want to live in a quieter area of London with the big city and all its attractions right on your doorstep, homes for sale near St John’s Wood could be ideal for you. Living here means rubbing shoulders with some big-name celebrities, and thanks to the nearby Regent’s Park, you’ll never tire of things to do whether you want an exciting night out at the Open Air Theatre or a quiet stroll through the rose gardens.

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